Michael Dennis Hoffman

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Michael Dennis Hoffman, age 62 of Fairfax, VA Michael Died on September 29, 2021 after suffering a stroke and a long battle with Leukemia.

Michael was born in Richmond, Virginia, on December 2, 1958 to Jack and Doris Hoffman. He spent his childhood in Bethesda, MD Michael graduated from Madison High School in Vienna and Attended NOVA Community College.

Michael worked at Reagan National Airport for a combined 35 for US Airways and with the merger with American Airlines. During that time, he received many awards and other recognitions. An avid lover of music, Michael played the lead guitar for “Nightwork Band”, he also was a DJ providing music at many local events. Michael loved his family, friends and loved to travel.

Michael an avid Roman Catholic, was an advocate for Pro-Life, he visited the Marian Shrines: Our Lady of La Salette, Our Lady of Lourdes both in France and Medjugorje in Bosnia Herzegovina.

Michael is preceded in death by his parents, Jack and Doris Hoffman, his sister Leslee King and his brother-in-law Michael Maskeny. He is survived by his brother and sisters, Brian Hoffman of Clearwater, FL. Cheryl Russell of Annapolis, MD. Luellen Maskeny of Fairfax, VA Patrick Hoffman of Bethesda, Maryland and Bill Hoffman of Fairfax, VA. His nieces and nephews Matthew Hoffman, Keith, Karen and Kevin King, Chris and Colleen Russell, John and Mark Maskeny, Spencer and Landon Hoffman; his cousins Siobhan Odom, Mary Ellen Weber and Dee Maier, Jeanine Schmidt, Terry, Barbara and Kathy O’Brien.

A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 11am at St. Mark Catholic Church, 9970 Vale Road, Vienna, VA 22181

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  1. My brotha, never will forget your kindness and prayers when I told you about my dad having cancer, the holy water you brought for him. Never once ask for prayer for yourself, so selfless always thinking of others! Now your finally at rest. Thank you and GOD bless…. RIP my friend. Mike M. DCA

  2. Mike was an awesome coworker and friend, he was proud of who he was and loved to share the music he played with anyone who wanted to listen, it was an honer to know and call Mike(jo jo black) my friend

  3. Mike was great person with an amazing faith. He was also an excellent musician but contrary to the obituary he was an amazing lead guitarist not a bassist!! Being a close friend I know he would want that corrected. He spent a good part of his life mastering the guitar.

  4. Dear Bill and family,, Michael was a saint on earth. It pains me greatly to learn of his loss. Always a smile on his face and love in his heart.

  5. My Deepest condolences to the Hoffman Family and I am so sorry for your loss. Mike was a very good friend of mine a coworker and band mate. A true musician! We had some great times together and I will truly miss him. May you rest in peace Mike and let the four winds blow you safely home. Steve Hill

  6. My sincere and deepest condolences to the Hoffman family regarding the loss of Mike.
    My ex-husband, Kurt von Sternberg, and Mike were the best of friends. Kurt’s mom Millicent and Mike’s mom Doris were best friends.
    I spent a lot of time with the Hoffmans. Mike and Kurt loved to jam together, and with other friends. I was so sad to read of his passing and the only way I knew was because his brother wrote a lovely tribute on Kurt’s legacy wall. Rest in peace Mike. You were truly a kind soul and one that I am glad I got to know.
    Madelyn Roche (frmly von Sternberg)

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