Adam K. Hoffer

Adam K. Hoffer

March 16, 1974 - November 27, 2018
Mission Viejo CA

Adam K. Hoffer

March 16, 1974 - November 27, 2018
Mission Viejo CA


Adam Kenneth Hoffer was born in Mission Viejo March 16, 1974 and passed November 27, 2018 in Mission Viejo. He graduated from Trabuco Hills High School and computer school in San Diego.  Adam had 2 career paths:  loan processing and IT supervisor.  He lived in Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, San Clemente, San Diego, and 7 years in Bangkok, Thailand.  He was well-travelled, enjoyed sports, his team, the Chargers, surfing, dirt biking, and playing drums and guitar.

Adam was an integral part of his family and many friendships and will be greatly missed.  He is survived by his mother and stepfather, Shari and John Beckett;  father and step-mother, John and Cyndy Hoffer; brother, Eric Hoffer; sister, Amy Larsen; grandfather, Kenneth Knerr; and 3 nieces, Taylor Hoffer, Camille Larsen, and Colette Larsen.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Adam’s name to American Red Cross, particularly to the CA Wildfire Relief Fund.


Funeral Service

  • Date & Time: December 15, 2018 (2:00 PM)
  • Venue: O'Connor Mortuary
  • Location: 25301 Alicia Parkway Laguna Hills, CA 92653 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (949) 581-4300

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8 responses to Adam K. Hoffer

  1. Chad says:

    shocked. another buddy just spoke to him a couple of weeks ago.
    does anyone know how he passed?

    he will be missed. he was a great guy.
    Rest in Peace, friend.

  2. Jason Brown says:

    Dude, we didn’t know each other well in high school but when I was in Bangkok 5 years ago on my first trip to Asia you helped make my time there amazing and I really appreciate it. Vaya von dios!

  3. Jim Kearns says:

    Adam was a great friend and I will miss him dearly. He had a warm heart, a great sense of humor and someone who appreciated the little things in life. It was great to have known him. See you again some day my good friend.

  4. Mike Cook says:

    I was lucky enough to play music with Adam, back in the good old days of Gruvenon! I’ll never forget sharing the stage with him and the boys at Baja Bash. I also got to work with him for a short time in the mortgage world. It seemed no matter what he was doing, his heart was in it 100%. Adam was a true Renaissance man. He will be greatly missed. Love from Portland to all his family and friends. See you sometime in the future buddy.

  5. Love you cousin. We all will miss you terribly. The laughter, the bear hugs, I’ll even miss how skillfully you teased me like a big brother. I wish that I could be there today with the family to share our memories of you. The world will seem a bit less bright without you.

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