Obituary photo of Edith Hoffman, Casper-Wyoming
In Loving Memory of

Edith R. Hoffman

1916 - 2017
Obituary photo of Edith Hoffman, Casper-Wyoming
In Loving Memory of

Edith R. Hoffman

1916 - 2017

Services & Gatherings

Services & Gatherings

Service:
Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 11:00am
First Presbyterian Church, 804 S. Wolcott Street, Casper, Wyoming
Edith Rosellen Parker Hoffman was born on August 4, 1916, in Rockford, Illinois to Verne S. and Florence M. Parker. She grew up on a ranch outside of Lusk, Wyoming with her two sisters, Margaret and Della. She graduated from Lusk High School in 1933.

Edith attended the University of Wyoming and Chadron State College. She received a degree in Sociology. She also got a teaching certificate and taught school in Cheyenne River area, Manville, Saratoga and in Joplin Missouri.

On July 21, 1945, she married Donald M. Hoffman, also of Lusk, Wyoming. They were married in Joplin, Missouri while Donald served in the United States Army during World War II. After the war the couple returned to Wyoming and lived in Lance Creek while Don worked for Conoco and Edith taught school in Manville.

In December, 1955, the couple moved to Casper, Wyoming as Donald took a job at True Drilling. In November of 1957, Edith and Don had their only child, daughter, Kim. In 1975 Edith and Don divorced and Edith continued living in Casper and worked as a bookkeeper for Griswold Casing Service and Wyatt Service station until her retirement at the age of 80.

Edith was a very social person. She bowled, was active in PTA, helped on the Steering Committee to build the original YMCA building, participated in League of Women Voters and was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Casper, both as Elder and Deacon. She also enjoyed Water Exercise at the YMCA. Her biggest passion besides her church, was cards. She never turned down a card game whether it was Bridge or Pinochle! She was a member of many card clubs and loved by all who played with her.

Edith became a grandmother for the first time in August, 1979. Grandson, David was born to, daughter Kim and her husband, Mike. They had two more sons, James and Mark. Edith loved her grandsons dearly and attended all their sporting events, band concerts, piano recitals and she also taught all three of them how to drive.

Edith had a Big 100TH Birthday a little over a year ago and over 275 people attended. Edith truly loved life, people, her family and friends. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Edith was preceded in death by her parents, Verne S. and Florence M. Parker, her eldest sister Margaret Smith, and her younger sister Della Siekert. She is survived by her daughter Kim (Mike) Brattis, 3 grandsons, David Brattis, James (Brittanie) Brattis, and Mark Brattis, four great-grandchildren, Sidney, Makai, Michael and Emmy Brattis and many nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers the family is asking that donations be made in her name to First Presbyterian EPC, or to the Casper Family YMCA new pool fund.

To share your memories of Edith or leave a special condolence message for her family, please click the Share Memories button above.
Edith Rosellen Parker Hoffman was born on August 4, 1916, in Rockford, Illinois to Verne S. and Florence M. Parker. She grew up on a ranch outside of Lusk, Wyoming with her two sisters, Margaret and Della. She graduated from Lusk High School in 1933.

Edith attended the University of Wyoming and Chadron State College. She received a degree in Sociology. She also got a teaching certificate and taught school in Cheyenne River area, Manville, Saratoga and in Joplin Missouri.

On July 21, 1945, she married Donald M. Hoffman, also of Lusk, Wyoming. They were married in Joplin, Missouri while Donald served in the United States Army during World War II. After the war the couple returned to Wyoming and lived in Lance Creek while Don worked for Conoco and Edith taught school in Manville.

In December, 1955, the couple moved to Casper, Wyoming as Donald took a job at True Drilling. In November of 1957, Edith and Don had their only child, daughter, Kim. In 1975 Edith and Don divorced and Edith continued living in Casper and worked as a bookkeeper for Griswold Casing Service and Wyatt Service station until her retirement at the age of 80.

Edith was a very social person. She bowled, was active in PTA, helped on the Steering Committee to build the original YMCA building, participated in League of Women Voters and was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Casper, both as Elder and Deacon. She also enjoyed Water Exercise at the YMCA. Her biggest passion besides her church, was cards. She never turned down a card game whether it was Bridge or Pinochle! She was a member of many card clubs and loved by all who played with her.

Edith became a grandmother for the first time in August, 1979. Grandson, David was born to, daughter Kim and her husband, Mike. They had two more sons, James and Mark. Edith loved her grandsons dearly and attended all their sporting events, band concerts, piano recitals and she also taught all three of them how to drive.

Edith had a Big 100TH Birthday a little over a year ago and over 275 people attended. Edith truly loved life, people, her family and friends. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Edith was preceded in death by her parents, Verne S. and Florence M. Parker, her eldest sister Margaret Smith, and her younger sister Della Siekert. She is survived by her daughter Kim (Mike) Brattis, 3 grandsons, David Brattis, James (Brittanie) Brattis, and Mark Brattis, four great-grandchildren, Sidney, Makai, Michael and Emmy Brattis and many nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers the family is asking that donations be made in her name to First Presbyterian EPC, or to the Casper Family YMCA new pool fund.

To share your memories of Edith or leave a special condolence message for her family, please click the Share Memories button above.
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Service:
Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 11:00am
First Presbyterian Church, 804 S. Wolcott Street, Casper, Wyoming

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