Margaret Wolf Hoffman

Margaret Wolf Hoffman

March 31, 1925 - January 04, 2009

Margaret Wolf Hoffman

March 31, 1925 - January 04, 2009


Hoffman, Margaret Wolf, 83, of San Clemente. Active in American Association of University Women, Church Women United, League of Women Voters, Friends of the Library at Saddleback College, and many educational and community services.

Survived by sister Helen Hauser; sisters-in-law Helen Wolf and Sandra Gillogly; sons Gary Kim Gillogly, Michael Ginger Gillogly, Waldo Kelly; daughter Sharon Robert Clairemont; nieces Kris Bob Blower, Kathy Hansen Tim Crawford; nephew Ray Gillogly and grandsons Daniel and Isaac Ostmann, Loren Gillogly. Foster mom to over 40 infants.

Memorial mass, Our Lady of Fatima, San Clemente, Jan. 12, 10 a.m. Interment at Ft. Rosecrans, Point Loma at date to be determined. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to AAUW, American Association of University Women Memorial Scholarship Fund, 949-496-9428.

O’Connor Mortuary, 949 581-4300

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21 responses to Margaret Wolf Hoffman

  1. Margaret was always such a personable and outgoing person. She’d always ask me about finding homes for the Home Tour. Margaret, along with Jane Robinett and Ellen Endersby, were such gracious hosts in treating those of us who helped on the tour to a lovely brunch. I understand from Jane that it was Margaret’s idea. She said we always had such fun together…and we did! She and Ellen will be sorely missed.

    My sincere sympathy to the family.

  2. We met and worked with Margaret in the Friends of the Library Saddleback College. She will be dearly missed.

  3. Lois Seed says:

    AAUW will truly miss Margaret. She always stepped up to he plate when there was work to be done or a problem to be solved. She and her dear friend Ellen Endersby were two of a kind—smart, strong and giving of themselves to others and to the community.

  4. Bertie Lloyd says:

    Margaret was a special friend that I met through membership in AAUW. We enjoyed the discussions of the morning book group, driving together to meetings and working together on various branch projects. She was a very caring, intelligent yet witty lady. Margaret will certainly be missed.

  5. We knew her as Sharon’s mom. What a delightful lady. Knowledgeable in a wide variety of subjects, humorous, witty and such a giving person – she will be missed.

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