OBITUARY

Cheryl Hoffman

September 24, 1958November 24, 2018
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NORWICH – Cheryl Hoffman, 60, died peacefully at Orchard Grove in Uncasville on Nov. 24, 2018. She was born in Key West, Florida on Sept. 24, 1958 to the late Malvin and Mary (Sulis) Hoffman. In 1976 she graduated from N.F.A. and entered the workforce. Cheryl was both a bartender at the former Workman’s Club in the Greenville section of Norwich and a Molding Supervisor at Plas Pak in the Norwich Business Park.

When Cheryl wasn’t working she was busy caring for her devoted son Andrew as he grew. She loved the beach and animals and being around friends and family.

Cheryl is survived by her son; Andrew Hoffman (Natasja)of Norwich, sisters; Lisa (Brad) Smith of Ballston Spa, NY, Pam (Phil) Lau of Easley, SC, Dona (John) Young of Barton, VT, brothers; Kenny (Sue) Arsenault of Norwich, Stevie Arsenault of Norwich, Deny Arsenault of Kittery, ME, her new baby grandson; Bentley Drew Hoffman, and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her brother Rene and his wife Liz.

Visitation will be held on Friday, Nov 30th from noon to 2pm at Church & Allen Funeral Home, 136 Sachem St., Norwich, CT. Cheryl’s son will offer words at 2pm. Burial will be held at a later date and time.

Donation in Cheryl’s memory may be made to the animal shelter of the donor’s choice.

To leave a condolence or view the memorial movie, please visit www.churchandallen.com

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Calling Hours / Visitation Friday, November 30, 2018
  • Caring Words Provided By Cheryl's Son Andrew Friday, November 30, 2018

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Burial is Private at The Convenience of The Family
REMEMBERING

Cheryl Hoffman

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Sue Atwood

November 29, 2018

Cheri, I will cherish my memories with you forever. Whether it was a day at the track, a trip to NYC, family celebrations, or simply chatting around the kitchen table - we always had a great time!

I will miss you deeply and you will always hold a very special place in my heart.

Love, Sue

P.S. I will also never forget your delicious chocolate chip cookies (yum yum)!!

Brad Smith

November 29, 2018

Sue Uterstaedt

November 29, 2018

We had a lot of good laughs over the years. Miss working with you having our early morning coffee. Our rides to work in the winter when I was too scared to drive myself. You will truly be missed. Rest in Peace my friend..

Lisa Smith

November 27, 2018

Where do I start ? We had a Life time of fun started when we were little and we’d tote all our toys up the hill to play house ,or we would was clothes in our room in my little washer Oops water went everywhere!! Or teenager fighting cause you didn’t want me to wear your clothes. How bout High school when I had to wake you up 😉yikes is all I got. Fast forward to when we went to Maine all the star fish we collected Getting to the beach at 5am Good memories my sister ❤️Will NEVER FORGET

Elizabeth Pompa

November 27, 2018

Aunt Cheri-- I will miss you so much. Thinking of all of the summers I spent with you eating cheeseburgers and popsicles. We had so much fun that summer! You always made sure to make me feel extra special when I would come to visit. We had a lot of fun as kids running around the house raising hell. When Andrew and Sarah would always be wrestling around. I will miss you forever; and you will live on in our memories forever <3

Brad Smith

November 27, 2018

I remember the back yard cookouts, playing pitch and hanging out at the Workman’s Club. You and I were pool partners and we held our own. Those were the days, we sure had great times. Also, the times at Short Sands and getting ice cream at Browns by Nubble Light and me and you in the car laughing at Lisa getting caught taking pictures at the bathhouse. ChEri, I’ll miss you always, but around this time most when you made world famous stuffed clams, Rhode Island broth chowder and chocolate chip cookies. You were a kind and devoted mother, a loving sister and friend to all that knew you. Thank you for your caring and love over the years. Love You Brad.

Natasja Jurgensen

November 26, 2018

Remember all the good times we shared! Even times of going out and having fun miss you my second mom you were always there for me! Your grandson loves you very much and me and Andrew will make sure we will raise him to the best we can we love you!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

She’s my sister I ❤️My sister

FROM THE FAMILY

Sister FUN👯‍♀️