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Sharon Hoffmann

Sharon Ann Hoffmann, nee Bradley, 55, of Belleville, IL, born August 7, 1961, in East St. Louis, IL, died Monday, May 22, 2017, at her residence.

Mrs. Hoffmann was a manager at the former Grandpa’s in Swansea, IL, and was the owner of Sharon’s Cleaning Service. She was an active member of the Belleville Chapter 53 Women of the Moose.

Sharon was preceded in death by her parents, Irving and Carol J., nee Whaley, Bradley.

Surviving are her husband of 32 years, Jay A. Hoffmann, whom she married on March 16, 1985;
two sons, Austin E. Hoffmann
    and Bradley S. Hoffmann;
two brothers, Michael “Lenny” Bradley of Portland, OR,
    and Kevin G. (Brenda) Bradley of Delaware, OH;
a sister, Robyn L. Bradley;
brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Judy and Richard Drazen,
    Jerry and Susan Hoffmann,
    and Jim and Judy Hoffmann;
and loving nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Belleville Area Humane Society or to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and will be accepted at the Moose Lodge. Condolences may be expressed to the family online at www.rennerfh.com.

Funeral: A celebration of Sharon’s life will be held from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 3, 2017, at the Belleville-Swansea Moose Lodge #1221, 2425 North Illinois Street, Swansea, IL.

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Condolences Left For Sharon Hoffmann

    I'm deeply sorry for your loss and heartache. I just spoke with her and we were suppose to get together for lunch. I've known Sharon since high school. She will be deeply missed and always in my heart. I will pray for the family.

    Sharon Sandheinrich, Fairview Heights, IL, 62208


    We would like to express our deepest sympathy. May all your good memories out weigh your sadness during this difficult time.
    Isaiah 25:8

    Jackson Family , , Maryland , 21215


    To the Hoffman family, I am so sorry to hear about Sharon. We were close friends in high school. I have many memories of Sharon including our Senior trip to Florida, with Pam Denton, Kelly Shankle and Donna Knapp. She always made me laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

    Connie Quayle Rigas, Charlotte, NC, 28105


    Sharon,

    Rest in peace my friend! God bless!

    Maureen Burke Lehman, Leawood, KS, 66224


    To Jay and the Hoffmann family
    Jay we are so sorry to hear the passing of Sharon. She made everyone feel good by her humor and her laughs. We will deeply miss her and keep her in our thoughts and prayer. Jim and Glenda Herbert and family.

    Jim and Glenda Herbert, Marthasville, Missouri, 63357


    Jay, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss! My sister just called me and told me. I have the best memories of you two dating and as a couple. My sincerest condolences!

    Raymond Christ, Sherman Oaks, California, 91423


    I am deeply saddened by Sharon's passing. She had so many great attributes and she will be missed by more people then she probably ever realized.

    Whenever I would run into Sharon, she always had the warmest, biggest smile, a firm hug and it was like she couldn't be happier to see you.

    She was a very loving mother and wife. She was truly devoted to her family and was willing to make any sacrifice for them.

    Sharon was one of the hardest working people I have ever known. She had a strong sense of commitment and duty. I always admired her work ethic.

    There is a huge void in the world now. One that will never be filled for Sharon was an original.

    My prayers and love go to her family. May God give them strength, healing and peace.

    I know that heaven has a special place for Sharon.

    And when I think of her I will always smile as I will think of her warmth, smile and laugh.

    Rob Malone, Red Bud, IL, 62278


    Jay, my heart hurts for you and your family..I enjoyed working with her at the Moose, she was truly a wonderful friend to everyone who knew her.

    DEBBIE VOELLINGER, BELLEVILLE, Illinois, 62226


    Jay, I am so very sorry to hear about Sharon. I first met her stocking shelves in the Health and Beauty Aids at Grandpas. We laughed so hard and so often during the day. When she became a manager she was always fair and one of my favorite bosses. You and the boys have my deepest sympathy.

    Diane Britton, Collinsville, Ill, 62234


    My dearest sympathies to your family. Sharon was always a very sweet lady with a warm heart. My heart is with you all.

    Terri Sympson, Saint Peters, MO, 63376


    Jay and family, Chris and I are so sorry to hear about your lost. Sharon was by far the kindest person we met. Sharon was right there for my husband and me when I couldn't be there to get Chris to the hospital for his knee surgery. She was his support person as she too went threw the same type of surgery, coaching him in his recovery. Sharon drew us in as her and Jay's friend as if we knew the two of them forever, the many laughs we had while setting at the nail salon getting our Pedi's while all the while having that glass of wine to relax us even more. I will forever remember all the good times we had together and the fun we always had at the Moose as Lodge sisters. Sharon you were one in a million. Chris and I will see you again someday and all I want to hear is that infection laugh with the words, What took you so long". lol. Love and miss you Sharon until we meet again.

    Dee and Chris Andrews, Belleville , Illinois, 62220


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