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Agnes Louise <I>Fielden</I> Hoffman

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Agnes Louise Fielden Hoffman

Birth
Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, USA
Death
29 Jan 2015 (aged 91)
Riverside, Riverside County, California, USA
Burial
Bakersfield, Kern County, California, USA Add to Map
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Agnes Louise Hoffman
(December 7, 1923 - January 29, 2015)

On January 29,2015 Agnes Louise Fielden Hoffman went home to be with our Lord and to join her family in heaven.

Agnes was born December 7,1923 in Albuquerque New Mexico, to William Calvin Fielden and Jessie Crook Jackson Fielden. She was the youngest of eight children. All of whom proceeded her in death.

As a child she lived in Colorado and New Mexico. It was in Farley New Mexico where she met and married Albert Clifton Hoffman on May 24, 1941.

They had almost sixty-eight years of sharing life together. Albert preceded her in death five years ago on January 13, 2010. Together they raised five Children, Arlene Weaver of Riverside California, Betty Albiston of Ventura California, Ruth (Gary) Silva of Moore Montana, Douglas (Helen) Hoffman of Quartz Hill California and Sidney (Jeanine)Hoffman of Thousand Oaks California.

Agnes leaves behind ten grandchildren, fourteen great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. She also leaves behind a sister in-law, Delena Messick of Ridgecrest California and a brother in-law, Rollie (Trish) Hoffman of Bakersfield California and many nieces and nephews.

In 1952 they left Farley and moved to Pueblo Colorado for a year and on to Bakersfield, California in 1953, where they resided until 1956 when Albert began work at Edwards Air Force Base and the family moved to Lancaster California.

Agnes worked for Sears in Lancaster and later transferred to Bakersfield Sears where she retired after 25 years of service. After retirement Agnes and Albert moved several times, living in Oakhurst California, Winslow Arizona, Palmdale California, Ridgecrest California.

After the passing of her husband Albert, Agnes moved to Riverside California to live with her daughter Arlene. It was in Riverside Extended Care that she graduated into heaven with four of her children at her bedside.

Agnes was a woman of great faith, reading her Bible daily. She once shared that she never got out of bed without first putting on the full Armor of God. Agnes loved to crochet and made many afghans for her family. She also loved her kitchen and if she had a problem to work out, she would head for her kitchen to bake something. She made countless loaves of bread and cinnamon rolls over the years and canned many jars of jams and jellies to go with it. She loved making and sharing casseroles with family and church potlucks. She loved to listen to gospel music and watch the Gaither videos on TV.

Agnes loved each and every family member and prayed for each of us. We will miss her dearly and look forward to that day we will all be together again.

Graveside Service will be held at Hillcrest Memorial Park, Bakersfield California. Saturday February7,2015 at 1:00pm

In lieu of flowers please send donation to Samaritan’s Purse, Feed the Children, or your favorite charity.

Agnes Louise Hoffman
(December 7, 1923 - January 29, 2015)

On January 29,2015 Agnes Louise Fielden Hoffman went home to be with our Lord and to join her family in heaven.

Agnes was born December 7,1923 in Albuquerque New Mexico, to William Calvin Fielden and Jessie Crook Jackson Fielden. She was the youngest of eight children. All of whom proceeded her in death.

As a child she lived in Colorado and New Mexico. It was in Farley New Mexico where she met and married Albert Clifton Hoffman on May 24, 1941.

They had almost sixty-eight years of sharing life together. Albert preceded her in death five years ago on January 13, 2010. Together they raised five Children, Arlene Weaver of Riverside California, Betty Albiston of Ventura California, Ruth (Gary) Silva of Moore Montana, Douglas (Helen) Hoffman of Quartz Hill California and Sidney (Jeanine)Hoffman of Thousand Oaks California.

Agnes leaves behind ten grandchildren, fourteen great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. She also leaves behind a sister in-law, Delena Messick of Ridgecrest California and a brother in-law, Rollie (Trish) Hoffman of Bakersfield California and many nieces and nephews.

In 1952 they left Farley and moved to Pueblo Colorado for a year and on to Bakersfield, California in 1953, where they resided until 1956 when Albert began work at Edwards Air Force Base and the family moved to Lancaster California.

Agnes worked for Sears in Lancaster and later transferred to Bakersfield Sears where she retired after 25 years of service. After retirement Agnes and Albert moved several times, living in Oakhurst California, Winslow Arizona, Palmdale California, Ridgecrest California.

After the passing of her husband Albert, Agnes moved to Riverside California to live with her daughter Arlene. It was in Riverside Extended Care that she graduated into heaven with four of her children at her bedside.

Agnes was a woman of great faith, reading her Bible daily. She once shared that she never got out of bed without first putting on the full Armor of God. Agnes loved to crochet and made many afghans for her family. She also loved her kitchen and if she had a problem to work out, she would head for her kitchen to bake something. She made countless loaves of bread and cinnamon rolls over the years and canned many jars of jams and jellies to go with it. She loved making and sharing casseroles with family and church potlucks. She loved to listen to gospel music and watch the Gaither videos on TV.

Agnes loved each and every family member and prayed for each of us. We will miss her dearly and look forward to that day we will all be together again.

Graveside Service will be held at Hillcrest Memorial Park, Bakersfield California. Saturday February7,2015 at 1:00pm

In lieu of flowers please send donation to Samaritan’s Purse, Feed the Children, or your favorite charity.



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