Date: Sunday, May 31, 2020
Cemetery: Beth Moses Cemetery
Notes: Harriet Blossom Hoffman August 27, 1937-May 24, 2020 Harriet Blossom Hoffman passed away peacefully on May 24, 2020 at Families Choice Assisted Living in Dallas, Texas. She is preceded in Death by her brother Allan Koslofsky, her parents Elsie and Arthur Koslofsky and Sydney Rosenberg, the love of her life. She is survived by her devoted sister Gail and brother in-law Bob Sanders, Children- Robert Hoffman and daughter in-law Patricia Hoffman, daughter Sharyn and son-in-law Eric Fein. Grandchildren, Jennnifer and Patrick O’Neil, Jordan Fein, Carly Fein and Sam Hoffman. Great Grand children, Norah, Declan and Everett O’Neil and Nieces and nephews Jessica and Jake Guth and Rachel Sanders and Brandon and Great Nephew Charlie Allan Guth and her dog Sydney. Harriet was born in the lower East side of Manhattan, attended Eastern District High School in Brooklyn, NY and graduated from Jamaica High School in Queens in 1955. Harriet was a member of the girls group the Coronets when she was in High School,. She was an adventurous teenager and enjoyed socializing and hanging out on the front stoop of her building! Harriet married had two children, which she raised in Commack, New York. After her children grew up and moved away she relocated to Coconut Creek Florida where she worked at Florida Atlantic University for the Dorm system then moved to Boca Raton, Florida and continued her employment at the University. Harriet finally relocated to Dallas, Texas where she resided with her daughter then to Brookdale Senior Living and finally to the Family’s Choice in Dallas a residential Care Assisted Living home. Harriet was loved dearly by her caregivers there Alice, Petty, Regina, Nurse Mary Lockehart and Home Owner Joy Bifwa. We are eternally grateful to them for the loving care she was given for almost 6 years. She was especially loved by her second daughter Bea Brown who we are indebted to for her special love and devotion. Harriet loved nothing more than to spend time with her children and extended family. She never missed an opportunity to celebrate an occasion and was adored by all her new relationships in Dallas. She was adored and cherished by everyone she touched and even though she had advanced staged of Alzheimer’s Disease she never missed a beat. She will be sorely missed.