Kent Hofer

Kent J. Hofer

Monday, November 2nd, 1942 - Monday, August 17th, 2020
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Kent Joseph Hofer, 77, passed away August 17, 2020 at Crouse Community Center in Morrisville, NY. Born in Syracuse, NY on November 2, 1942, he was the son of Hazel and Charles Hofer.

Kent graduated from FM Schools and worked in the grocery business until he was drafted in the Army in 1966. He served his country as an MP in Vietnam. Upon his honorable discharge, he started working in the insurance business, eventually owning his own agency, Hurst-Hofer, until he retired in 2005.

Kent leaves behind his brother, Jim (Mary) Hofer of Cazenovia, NY; nieces, Mary Ellen Witchley and Bonnie (Gordon) Miller; nephews, Charles (Kelly) Hofer and Brian (Becky) Hofer.

He is predeceased by his parents; brother, Charles; and niece, Patty Pitcher.

Kent was a loving and caring man with many friends. He enjoyed golfing, playing cards, and socializing.

Kent’s family wants to thank the caring team of hard workers at Crouse Community Center for taking the best care of him possible.

Due to COVID 19, there will be no calling hours.

Kent was a long time member of Liverpool Elks #2348 and VFW Post 951 if you care to make a donation in his memory.
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Andrea Klipp

Posted at 09:40pm
I’m thankful to have known Kent, though I wish I could have met him under different circumstances. Even though he found himself in a less than ideal situation he was always so sharp, kind and incredibly funny.
I know Kent will be greatly missed but I’m happy that he has found peace.

Dean and Donna Peck

Posted at 09:37am
Dean and Donna Peck
We would like to send our deepest condolences to the family

Greg Goettel

Posted at 07:39am
Kent my friend, you will truly be missed by many. You were a true friend to so many and loved by all. I will miss your laugh while we played cards . We enjoyed so many golf rounds. You were a man who would give his shirt to anyone who needed it. I will miss you looking out your front window and sitting down and having a beer with you and enjoying your humor. You are now in a better place my close friend. My condolences go to his family. Love you my friend and hope to see you once again later.

Cindy & Robert Shoultes

Posted at 05:41pm
Kent we will all miss you at the ship & shore restaurant. Rest In Peace .

Robert C Plumb

Posted at 03:54pm
Condolences to the family of Kent Hofer. He was a fellow 1960 graduate of Fayetteville- Manlius High School and a fellow Vietnam Veteran. May he test in peace. Bob Plumb, Potomac, Maryland

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