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In Tribute to Stephen G. Hoffman
36 years old.   Residence: Long Beach, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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Thinking of you and your family today

*** Posted by JT on 2012-09-11 ***

Thinking of you and your family 11years have past. You left a wonderful mark on this community.  So sad.  God bless

*** Posted by Julia Floyd on 2012-09-11 ***

Another year has passed and we still miss seeing you and Greg come bopping into PS 144 school yard for some b ball. Things change, but some stay the same. Mr. Hoffman is with you now, and coaching you once again. We all still miss you and our heart breaks thinking about your mom, daughter and brothers and sisters living without you.

Thanks for helping make us men, and thanks for the memories!

*** Posted by Forest Hills Boys on 2012-09-10 ***

beautiful....xoxoxo to your daughter and twin brother..may your sweet memories of your beloved one continue giving you and yours comfort everyday. GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN..

Rev. 21:3-4

The Anthony Family
Southern, CA.

*** Posted by Reyna Anthony on 2011-10-06 ***

09/11/2011, I saw a piece of the twin towers today in Federal Way, Washington, I put my hands on it...I have no words and can only wonder what the beam would say if it could speak...I took pictures of it and zoomed in on the names in my picture and found your name...a name we share. My heart goes out to all the families touched by this, my heart goes to those left behind to go on...May God hold you all...we will never forget...and we give our hearts to all the untold stories in this tragedy...

*** Posted by Mrs Chris Hoffman-Fagundes on 2011-09-11 ***

Thinking of you and Stephen today Greg, as always every 9/11. Wondering how you are and hoping you and Aileen and family are doing well.
Lynn tt Lisa
Class of 2001

*** Posted by Lynn twin to Lisa on 2011-09-11 ***

Thinking of you, Greg, and the rest of our friends from our days in Buffalo, NY. Gof Bless

*** Posted by Buffalo State Friends for Life on 2011-09-10 ***

Just wanted to say that I was very touched watching a documentary here in the UK about the 9/11 twins and your story told so lovingly by your twin brother Greg and the rest of your family. The special bond you had was so evident even through his words alone. I hope you are at peace and may God bless you and all your family. Here in the UK we will never forget you and others like and you and your loved ones are in my prayers, especially at this time of year.

*** Posted by Naomi on 2011-09-07 ***

Words cannot express the sorrow I felt when I heard the news nearly 10 years ago. The laughter and fun that you and Greg always shared with those of us at Buff State, both in school and during alumnni events, is firmly etched in my mind. How lucky was I to have been called your friend? Not coincidentally, I am in GTMO now, where I am reminded daily of the the sacrifices you and so many others have made. May God continue to bless you, Greg and your families. You will never be forgotten.

*** Posted by CAd on 2011-09-02 ***

Stephen - thinking of you today...RIP my friend.

*** Posted by Buffalo, NY on 2011-05-02 ***

It's been so many years since we played ball together for Forest Hill Little League. Very few memories last a lifetime, and it's only those that remain dear to your heart. I will always remember Steven and Greg for the big smile they always had on their face and for their great sense of humor. They always kept you laughing. Although Steve is no longer with us physically, he remains in the hearts of all that he has touched. R.I.P., Steve.

To the Hoffman family, you are forever in my prayers.

*** Posted by John Marino on 2011-05-02 ***

Dear Stephen,

I was heartbroken to read your story told by your twin brother, Gregory, and I just wanted to drop by and leave you a note to let you know I was thinking of you. I, too, am an identical twin, and I would have been devastated to lose my twin. God bless you and your family, and we will never forget.

And to Greg:

God bless you. Stephen is with the Lord, and I know your brother is thinking of you and his family. God bless.

*** Posted by anunderstandingtwin on 2011-02-04 ***

To the Hoffman family,

I just wanted to let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers today. Steve, along with his twin Greg, left quite an imprint on Buff State! I always laugh when I think of the crazy and great things they used to do.... "Ghost Busters," "Save the Pub," and their sense of humor! Please know that I have not forgotten and that I say a prayer for all the families every year.

*** Posted by Sue Smith on 2010-09-11 ***

Stephen -

Though we had only corresponded over the phone, I worked with your sister Helen and brother Gregory. Your life had touched many and you must have been the best brother ever. I pray for your family and think of you often as the world is missing a great person, brother, son, uncle and of course father and husband. God bless you and your family.

*** Posted by Annette Brigida on 2010-09-10 ***

Tomorrow is the ninth anniversary of the day I lost my very close friend, and it is no easier today than it was on that day. Stephen, I miss you but am comforted by the fact that you are looking down on me every day. I often pray that you guide me from above. Every morning as I get ready for work, I see your picture on my mirror ... and your infectious smile that reminds me how much you loved life and all the people around you ... an example for all of us to live by.

I am so lucky to see your daughter Madi often.... You would be so proud of the wonderful young lady she has become. Your wife Gabe has done an amazing job bringing her up.... You obviously have watched over them both from above. I pray that you and God continue to watch over them, your brother Greg, and the rest of your family!

Love you, my friend.


*** Posted by Stu Herlan on 2010-09-10 ***

Many of us have moved away from Forest Hills, but that was the greatest place in the world to grow up. You, Greg, and all the Hoffman boys made pick up games in PS144 school yard a learning experience. You always took care of the little guys, lent a hand, and made sure we were ok after one of your brothers boxed us out and put us on the ground- but it all taught us how to play hard, work hard, and help a buddy.

Hard to believe that it's nine years- you are always in our discussions about growing up, and God took a great man when he took you, my wife and I pray for your wife, daughter, mom, dad, brothers and sisters-

Rest in Peace, and know you made a difference in everyone you and your brother met!

*** Posted by Forest Hills Boys on 2010-09-10 ***


You were one of the guys I looked up to at Holy Cross—now I continue to look up to you but in another way. May God watch over your family as we remember you on this day ... and every day.

*** Posted by Mike Tock on 2009-09-11 ***

Just wanted to say I'm thinking about you and Greg. To this day Jackie and I toast you and wish you both a Happy Birthday at midnight between our birthdays. Twins are a forever bond. Peace is what I wish for you both as well as your family.

*** Posted by Gina (Renz) Sullivan on 2009-01-11 ***

If you are really lucky in life, you may get to know one or two really good people in life. I was lucky enough to know you. God bless. We miss you.

*** Posted by Fred P on 2008-12-31 ***

Remembering Stephen, and the entire Hoffman family was part of my life in the Forest Hills Little League. We miss you very much. Rest in peace.

*** Posted by Sid, David, and Edward Tesher on 2007-10-12 ***

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