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Ida Hoffman
Oct 5, 1889 - Jun 17, 1980
Submitted by: Glenn

Enid Morning News
17 June 1980

Okarche – Miss Ida Hoffman, 90, died Tuesday in an Oklahoma City hospital. She was born October 5, 1889, in Caroll, Iowa, the daughter of John S. And Elizabeth Hoffman.

Miss Hoffman had lived in Okarche since 1957, making her home with a niece, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hale. She was a member of the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Okarche, a member of the Altar Society and the Legion of Mary.

In addition to Mrs. Hale she is survived by several other nieces and nephews.

Funeral Mass for Miss Hoffman will be at 10 AM Friday in the Holy Trinity Catholic Church with the Rev. Charles Beckman officiating.

Burial will be in the Holy Trinity Cemetery, under the direction of the Sanders Funeral Service of Kingfisher.

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