He had a larger than life personality, you always knew he was there. His smile and smirk would light up a room. Steve was so charming and funny he could sell salt to a slug and it would be thanking him! He was so kind and generous even when he had nothing. He loved so hard, If he loved you you knew and felt it.
He was always learning. If his T.V. was on he’d mostly be watching the History Channel shows about the world wars. Steve found solace in the Bible, especially Revelations. He liked working with his hands, being outdoors and listening to all kinds of music. He was never more at home than in the kitchen; of course Steve was always partial to seafood and steak. He played a little Madden, Call of Duty and NHL Hockey and rooted for the Phils. Though he was a hit with the ladies, his favorite girl was Lola the dog.
Steve is survived by his mother, Linda; father, Richard; sister, Stephanie, brother, Max; grandparents Mom Mom, Barbara Weight, Mom Mom, Lynn Hoffman, and his loving girlfriend, Jill Laubauskas. He will be missed by many loving Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and friends. He was predeceased by his grandfather, Richard Hoffman.
Come celebrate 25 years on Saturday March 19th from 9-11:30 am with a noon service at the Dobbins Church located at 330 Union Ave. Delanco NJ 08075. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Treatment Incentive Program helping those in need of Addiction Assistance. ATTN: Lou Fisher NJTIP P.O Box 144, Riverside NJ 08075 or America’s Keswick Colony of Mercy, 601 Route 530, Whiting, NJ 08759.