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In Tribute to John A. Hofer
45 years old.   Residence: Los Angeles, Calif.
Passenger of Flight 11

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I knew John for a few years... he was the sweetest, nicest man you could ever know. He always had a smile and kind thing to say. I was so deeply saddened by his tragic death and all the thousands of other losses on that black day. I hope one day I could travel to NY to visit the beautiful Memorial to "see" him one more time, if not though, John, in my business you are very missed and your professionalism has never been duplicated. Never forgotten!

*** Posted by Susie Hardy on 2011-09-11 ***

My husband, Jim Rico and John played golf at Skylinks as often as possible. They were good pals. John will never be forgotten and Jim passed in 2008. I am sure they are playing golf in heaven!

*** Posted by Charlotte Rico on 2011-09-11 ***

I knew John Hofer as Mr. Hofer. He was a client at the bank I worked at. I remember the last time I saw him, he came to do his usual banking and told me he would be going to Boston. The last thing I said to Mr. Hofer was "Have a safe trip, we'll see you when you get back." I took for granted how fragile life is, even for a nice guy. My thoughts and prayers still go out to his family.

*** Posted by Susan on 2010-09-30 ***

I was just thinking of Johnny on this sad anniversary. He was the only person I knew personally that died that day. I remember he was a handsome guy with a nice smile and he has a very nice family. I was in Boston on 9-11 and I was scheduled to fly home to LA at 4:30 on American Airlines. Johnny was on Flight 11 - the morning flight. Needless to say, my flight never happened. I came close. I hope John never sensed the end.

*** Posted by Ted Cote on 2010-09-12 ***

I knew John for several years before 9/11 and always thought he was a very nice man who could be very funny. He usually wore a smile when coming into our shop, and I always looked forward to seeing him. He always loved to talk, especially about his beloved golf. He is still missed to this day and will continue to be.

*** Posted by cindy bailey on 2008-08-30 ***


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