Our Dear Loving Gary went home to our Lord & Savior on December 24 at 7:12 am suddenly and unexpentently with his wife Nancy loving, Praying, & holding him. His love for the Lord was steadfast and never faltered or strayed after being dramatically saved through the devotion and ministry of Pastor Bruce Longstreth. He was a changed man, a man of God. He deeply loved Pastor Bruce and his wife Janet of Winston~Salem, NC.
His wife Nancy was his life, bestfriend, and soulmate for over 22 years. His deep Love for her was from the Lord and absolute. Through good times and bad they were a team holding up one another in a marriage born of their love for the Lord and one another. Anyone Blessed to have known them together will understand.
While he never got to watch his sons grow up or know them as adults after a divorce he loved and missed them deeply, Prayed daily for them, and always took special time to remember them on their birthdays.
Though Gary had many afflictions and pain he never complained or wanted for anything. He told anyone that would listen about the Lord and was a beacon for many. While we are heartbroken and grieve he is free from all pain in the loving comfort of our Lord & Savior!
They who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall soar with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint. ISAIAH 40:31
Survived By: His loving wife Nancy Ann Hoffman of Aurora, CO, their dear daughter Sharon Davis of Casper, WY. his 3 sons Jace, Barry, & Shane, & beloved family members including his sister Reva Straine of Castle Rock, CO. sister Ruby Ann Hawks of Spokane, WA, and his brother Bill Hoffman of Montrose, CO.
He was preceded in death by his Beloved & missed parents Frank & Ruby Hoffman, his beloved sisters Doris and Dorothy and brothers Barry and Allen
There are no events scheduled.
I was looking online for some old memories and I came across this. I used to be married to Bill's sister Dorothy. She was my High school sweet heart. I do feel sad and my condolences go out to all of you.
I love you Uncle Gary.