Timothy Lee Hoffman, 60, of Green Bay, died peacefully at home on Saturday, August 28th, 2021. Tim was born in Cudahy, Wisconsin on February 2nd, 1961. He was the son of the late Donald James Hoffman, Sr. and Elizabeth Mary (Oskey) Hoffman.
He is survived by his brother, Donald James Hoffman, Jr. of Green Bay; two nieces, Anna Detienne, and Elizabeth Hoffman; two nephews, Eric (Samantha) Hoffman, and Dustan Hoffman; a great niece, Darian Renier; two great nephews, Charles and Henry Hoffman; sister-in-law, Debra Hoffman. Tim is also survived by the fiancé of Anna Detienne, Alexander Dreis, who he was a father figure to for many years. Other survivors include several friends and extended family, including James “Moose” Smith and Julie Terrien; his birds, Pretty Bird and Henry.
Tim is preceeded in death by his parents; his sisters, Sandra Elizabeth Hoffman, and Elizabeth Mary Hoffman; his brother, Dustan Blaze Hoffman; close friend and his sister Sandra’s significant other, John James Detienne; and his beloved companion, his dog, Bear.
Tim was a devout Christian who dedicated his life to the Lord. He was a man who read the bible every day and loved sharing the word of God with anyone who was willing to learn. Tim’s passion was his bible study nights that he hosted for his friends and family, in which he had worked on writing bible study guides for many years.
He was a man who lived life to the fullest. An adventurous soul, Tim will be known for his many stories of traveling the country during his younger days. During his travels, Tim attended hundreds of concerts as music was another great passion of his. He also enjoyed playing the harmonica.
A gifted artist in many ways, Tim will always be known for his creativity. He was talented in writing poetry, drawing portraits, painting, and most importantly, his carvings. Over the years, Tim hand crafted hundreds of plaques, walking sticks, and canes for people, often donating some of his works to charity. Tim also participated in many events showcasing his artwork.
Tim will be fondly remembered for his love for family. He was a man who prioritized family as the most important aspect of his life. Continually going above and beyond, Tim served as a caretaker for his parents and siblings over the years. He will forever be loved by his nieces and nephews as more than just an uncle. Though he had no children of his own, he was a father to many. His love and generosity will never be forgotten.
We take solace in the fact that God’s purpose for Tim has been fulfilled here on Earth. He is no longer limited by his ailing health and has returned home to the Lord forever. May he continue to watch over us with love until we meet again. God bless you all.