He couldn’t pass up a piece of pie – especially his mom’s homemade black raspberry.Survivors include Bob’s mother; his sons Nick Hoffman, John Hoffman and Luke Hoffman (Molly Moser) of Guttenberg; one granddaughter, Rylee Hoffman; siblings Diane (Tom) Friedmann of Guttenberg, Dave (Barb) Hoffman of Dyersville, Bruce (Connie) Hoffman of Luxemberg, Cheryl Hoffman of Mc Comb, Ill., and Brad Hoffman of Dyersville; and numerous nieces and nephews.This physician directory is provided as a convenience to you.It is not intended as a recommendation, referral or endorsement of any particular provider.
A private celebration of life is planned for a later date. Bob was committed to providing his children with equal opportunities and worked hard to give them a head start in life, and for that his sons are eternally grateful.He received his medical degree from The Ohio State University in 1981, followed by pediatric internship and residency at Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Akron, Ohio, and a pediatric endocrine fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania.He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) and ABP Sub-board of Pediatric Endocrinology. Hoffman’s research interests include hypoglycemia in Type 1 diabetes, insulin resistance, endothelial function and puberty.Bob was born on July 11, 1953 in Dubuque to Virginette (Wulfekuhle) and Albin Hoffman, the third of six children. In his youth, Bob was known as a deceptively fast softball player and later in life as a ruthless card player.He graduated from Leo High School in Holy Cross, worked at John Deere and continued his education to become a certified radiologic technologist. He often worked multiple jobs but still found time to enjoy wheeling, dealing, and driving cars.
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