Sheila Kay Hoefler

October 7, 1953July 7, 2018

Sheila Kay Hoefler was born on October 7, 1953 and passed away on July 7, 2018.


Sheila Kay Hoefler

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Alex Valenzuela

July 20, 2018

The thing I will always miss about my auntie was her corkyness she would always put a smile on my face no matter the circumstances I will always miss that and her very much.. I love you auntie I can't wait till we meet again

Patricia Patrick

July 13, 2018

My memories with my aunt will always remain in my heart . In my hardest time in life she stood side by side with me I had nothing I was lost in this world . Aunt Sheila assured me I would get through this and made sure I did ! Took me to a place that changed my life forever made sure I got to and from work or doctors appointments also arrived to the hospital the day I gave birth to my daughter Kali! She fell in love with her immediately. I love my aunt sheila with all my heart and I will always remember all the good things She did for myself and kids and her always there to hold me while I cried on her shoulder <3 I love you auntie so much and we will meet again <3

Lisa Patrick

July 13, 2018

First I’d like to tell Jason, Jeremy and their families that we are sorry for your loss and we love you.
We all have a lot of great memories of our time spent with Sheila. Each one of us have had a personal time or moment as a sibling, child or friend spending time with her growing up and doing things together. I remember the first time I met her and thought to myself “she might kick my butt so watch what you say!” But it was never like that with her or us. Sheila was tough and don’t dare cross her but she had one of the biggest caring hearts of anyone.
When my mother was in the hospital and had surgery, Steve and Sheila drove Mike and I to the hospital to go see her. Sheila hadn’t met my mom yet but walked with me to her room to visit and it was like they had known each other already. I didn’t exist in that room as they had a great conversation and visit between themselves. That’s just how Sheila was.
When we all went to Reno for the passing of Jerrod and stayed at the hotel where Sheila worked, she was so proud and excited to show us that she landed her picture on the billboard and brochure for the hotel. She was beautiful and we were definitely proud of her.
She is at peace now and at home in the arms of her husband Steve, embracing the bear hugs from her baby boy Jerrod, and making a pot of coffee for her mom and dad Aunt Ruby and Uncle Tom.
Sheila was a mom, grandma, aunt, daughter, a big sister and friend and will truly be missed. We Love you and you will forever remain in our hearts,
Mike & Lisa