Barbara S. HoffmanMarch 29,2014
Barbara S. HoffmanBarbara S. Hoffman
POULTNEY — Barbara S. Hoffman, 83, died Tuesday, March 25, 2014, at Rutland Rehabilitation Center, where she had resided since October 2013.
She was born March 28, 1930, in East Orange, N.J., the daughter of Joseph and Florence (Guerin) Scott.
She married Herbert Hoffman; he died in 2005.
She enjoyed gardening.
Survivors include a daughter, Ronnalee Scott; a brother, Joseph Scott Jr. of New Jersey; and two sisters, Gloria Duschel of Delaware, and Patricia Powell of New Jersey.
Spring burial will be in Vermont Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Randolph.
Arrangements are under the direction of Roberts-Aubin Funeral Home in Poultney.
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