Hoffman, Margot

August 6, 1946 - May 2, 2019

Margo Alva Hoffman was called home on May 2, 2019 after a long battle with dementia and its complications.

She will always be loved by her daughters, Andrea and Lorie, son-in-law- Ty —along with her grandchildren Eric, Gabriel, Lorena and Isabella.

She leaves behind her 3 sisters, Beatrice, Anna, Faye, her brother-in-law Ruben, her sister-in-laws Jackie and Martha, many cousins, her nieces and nephews and many other family members — and to all the friends she made along the way- know that she was grateful for all of them.

Some of her favorite things were- the color green, old movies, hamburgers, tacos, oatmeal cookies, Babe Ruth candy, traveling, music and dancing, shopping, the gospel song- “One Day at a Time”, her daughters and her grandchildren!

She will be missed more words can express, but the family takes solace in the fact that she is now in Heaven without pain – and restored to health.

Service Information

A Celebration Of Life will be held in the gardens at Darst Funeral Home on Tuesday, May, 7, 2019 from 2pm-3pm. Located at 796 Russell Palmer Road, Kingwood, Texas, 77339.

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5 replies on “Hoffman, Margot”

Kelly Burris says:

I will miss you, my friend. Thank you for the friendship and all the things you did to support me when I needed it. God has truly gained another angel. I hope you’re up there dancing with Denis!

Dora and Eddie Benavidez says:

Lorie and Andrea our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family. May god bless you and comfort you. I have so many wonderful memories of your mother. Will always remember her taking us to Dairy King for after school snacks. Wish I could be there with you. In my thoughts always Eddie Benavidez

Debbie & Pridge says:

So sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a very sweet lady. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. May she rest in peace! 🙏🙏🙏

Chaplain Blair Rowell says:

It was a privilege and pleasure to visit with Margot at Villa Tuscana. She was always appreciative of the live music I sang for her. She always had kind things to say. You, her family and friends, are in my prayers.

Cynthia Bennett says:

I am so glad I got to meet Margot. Although it was only one time I witnessed her kindness and see it passed on to her daughters. I pray that the memories of the time you had with her will give you peace and comfort . I am sending you hugs, love and sincere condolences. Love Grammy

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