Monty Lane Hoffner


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Monty Lane Hoffner

Monty Lane Hoffner, husband, father, and brother, passed away peacefully at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue, Washington on September 22, 2022. He was 73 years old.

He is survived by his wife Kay Hoffner, his son Josh Hoffner, his grandchildren Lauren and Cole Hoffner, his siblings Larry Hoffner, Greg Hoffner, and Tanya Gegenheimer. He was preceded in death by his mother Barbara and his sister Linda.

Monty was born in Greeley, Colorado on August 13, 1949. He enjoyed baseball and fishing. Monty and Kay enjoyed traveling and laughing together. He moved to the Seattle area in 2015.

Future memorial to be determined.

12 Responses to “Monty Lane Hoffner”

  • Bonnie Bialecki says:

    May you rest in peace and God Bless your family 🙏🏽

  • Kathie Brandenburg says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you. May all your wonderful memories bring some comfort and peace.

  • Michael & Mary Ellen Skeya says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts & prayers go out to your family. May you be comforted with wonderful memories. .

  • Theresa Bickerstaff says:

    My prayers and condolences for you and your family.

  • Mary Byrne says:

    I’m so sad for your loss. Hugs.

  • Tanya Gegenheimer says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you as you grieve for my brother. Hold on to the wonderful memories you both shared. God Bless.

  • Larry Hoffner says:

    Although I’m sad at my brothers passing, my memories of him will continue along with my love for him in my heart.
    Kay is a Saint and Monty loved her very much.

    Love and memories are a great thing that help us through these tough times. God bless you Monty and Kay as well.

  • Carole Blossom says:

    Kay, may you find comfort in the wonderful memories and love you and Monty shared together for 35 years of marriage & friendship. In the meantime, know you are loved by friends and family and you will never be alone. Be kind to yourself & may your journey here on earth be a good one until you join your beloved husband in the hereafter. Full joy to Monty and may he rest in peace. With love, Carole Bode Blossom

  • Brad Hoffner says:

    I will miss you uncle monty. I just wish I could have known you better. It seems that is part for parcel. God bless you and God bless Kay.

  • Connie Gaynor (Hoffner) Phelps says:

    I have always had fond memories of Kay and Monty and was so sad to hear of Monty’s passing. I am sorry to have missed his zoom service today. Unfortunately I was at another family member’s service in Glenwood Springs. Many love and hugs to you Kay, and I hope the years of great experiences and memories are a comfort to you. My prayers are with you. Love, Connie

  • Kay Hoffner says:

    Monty I miss you so much! You were the love of my life. You were so kind and caring and so much fun. Rest in peace my love. God Bless you

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