Ross Hoffman

A photo of Ross Hoffman


Graveside Service at Evergreen Cemetery
Saturday October 21, 2017
2:00 p.m.

Ross Hoffman of Blenheim passed away on Tuesday October 10, 2017. Born in Howard Township on the family farm 78 years ago, Ross was one of six children born to George & Berniece (Osborne) Hoffman. He is survived by his sister Hazel Tysick (Wayne) and his brothers Murray Hoffman (Bonnie) and Max Hoffman (Theresa) as well as his sisters in law Violet and Pat Hoffman. He was predeceased by his brothers Fred and Gary Hoffman and his sister in law Susan Hoffman.

Ross will be missed by his wife of 45 years Eleanor Malm and their children including Rosemarie Hamilton (Greg), Lorrie-Lynn Osmond (Martin), Carla-Jean Malm (Roy) and Cheryl-Leann Pardo, their grandchildren Amanda, Tara, Michelle, Amanda, Starla, Ginette (Henry) and Dayna as well as 7 great-grandchildren. He will also be missed by several nieces and nephews.

Ross worked for many years and retired from Thompsons in Blenheim. In his retirement years he drove cars between dealerships for Terry Linton.

Cremation has taken place. Family and friends are invited to a graveside service at Evergreen Cemetery on Saturday October 21, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. Friends wishing to remember Ross with a memorial donation are asked to consider the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

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You are in our thoughts. Our condolences to all family and friends of Ross.

Ross - you successfully held down a full time job your entire working life. You maintained relationships that make you missed. You were a neighbor that is spoken of with respect. Your family loved you and held you in high esteem. You were a kind man, a gentle man, and you enriched our lives.

Our sincerest condolences Eleanor and families on the passing of Ross. His laughter, smile and kindness will be missed by so many. May your precious memories bring you comfort in the days ahead.

Eleanor, please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of Ross, may he Rest in Peace.

Dear Eleanor: So sorry for your loss, we always enjoyed our time with you both. Take care, Terry & Mary Ann.

Our world needs more people like Ross. A true gentleman, he shall be missed

We are so sorry to hear of your loss of Ross. We have known him for many years, and we have so many great memories that we will always cherish forever. Being a visit , going out for dinners, going on trips with Ross and Eleanor. It was always filled with good times and laughter. He was such a kind-hearted , fun , loving man . He will be greatly missed . R.I.P. Roscal ( that was his nickname we called him ), you will not be forgotten. Condolences to the family ( both families ). Take care during this sad ,painful time. Tom & Grace Tong & family

Dear Eleanor, Thinking of you and your family. Lots of fun memories from you and Ross at the restaurant. May you know God's peace, Kathy

De b and I as well as the staff from the 4 Corner s Cafe are sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

Sorry to hear about Ross' passing. I am sure his smile and laugh will be missed by many. John

Sorry to hear the loss of your brother. Take care during this difficult time. Chris , Christine & Jessica

My thoughts and Prayers and with the Family and Friends

Our deepest sympathy to Rose and Greg and families...Cherish your memories. Cheryl and Alex Clark

Elenor; I’m heartbroken to learn of Ross’ passing. One of the kindest persons I had the privilege to know. Frei

Our prayers and sympathy to Eleanor and to Murray and families. Always enjoyed talking with Ross and Don drove cars with Lintons at the same time with Ross. He will be missed...Don and Anne Gammage

On behalf of the Rumble family, let me pass our deepest condolences on the recent passing of Ross. He was a larger than life character and will always be remembered.