March 25, 2020

Jennifer H. Hoffman

Jennifer H. Hoffman age 69, of Falls City, Nebraska formerly of Lincoln, passed away March 25, 2020.  She was born August 25, 1950 in Hampton, Nebraska to Leonard and Esther (Heider) Troester.

Jennifer is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Troy James and Joni Hoffman of Falls City, Nebraska, Grandchildren Frances, Anthony, Tucker and Emmett.  Brothers Myron Troester of Lincoln and Rich Troester of Omaha.  Nephews Justin of Lincoln, Chad of Omaha, niece Shauna of Omaha.  She was preceded in death by her husband James Hoffman, her parents and grandparents.

Graveside services will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Monday, March 30, 2020 at Wyuka Cemetery.

Visitation at Wyuka Funeral Home from 10:00 A.M. until service time on March 30th.  (Due to Covid-19, we will be following the CDC rules on gatherings in public).

Memorials to the family.


  1. So many memories of my dear cousin, Jennifer. Her beautiful smile, walks around the farm, singing at her and Jim’s wedding, summer family reunions in Hampton and all the Sunday get togethers at grandma’s farm. Miss you so much! Give grandma a great big hug for me!

    My sincerest condolences to her family. She had a beautiful spirit and I’m sure she will be greatly missed by all who held her dear.

  2. My sincere condolences to Jennifer’s family whom she loved dearly. I have good memories of attending HHS with her as she was a good, happy, pleasant and loyal friend who was kind to every one. May she rest in the arms of our Heavenly Father and may God grant her family peace, strength and hope in God’s steadfast love.

  3. Jennifer was a great lady she will be missed

  4. Jennifer will be missed dearly. She was a lovely lady.

  5. I remember Jennifer as sweet, thoughtful, and always upbeat. She was married to my cousin, Jim. They seemed to be a loving and caring couple. Sadly, I lost contact with Jennifer after Jim’s death. My sympathies to Troy and his family and to Jennifer’s. Rest in peace, dear gentle soul.

  6. My sister in law Jennifer was a kind woman and we had a lot of great memories. She referred to me as the sister she never had.


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