Samantha Lee Hoffman was one of the most vibrant, beautiful people I - and many of us - were privileged enough to meet.
Her laugh was the type of laugh that could fill an entire house and if you were having a bad day, she would act like a complete buffoon just to make you laugh. Sam spent the majority of her life bringing happiness to the people she met, even though she continuously was dealing with her own life struggles.
She had a sweet way of always handling the small things, but that meant that it was so simple to forget to say thank you. Sam's heart was so large, she loved so many people and so many people loved her. Sam would have done anything to help those people, even if that meant forsaking her own wellbeing. On Sunday, December 16th, 2018 her loved ones awoke to the shattering news that Sam was no longer with us.
She was only twenty-eight and her family was not prepared for the expenses associated with her passing. Consequently, we are asking for funds that will help fund a funeral and memorial, allowing all of those that loved her - friends and family included - the time together to reminisce about our shared loved one.
Samantha Lee Hoffman was much too young to die. She had dreams of traveling the world, working towards her education and earning a college degree, having children, and owning a home one day. Now, it's much too late for that. Instead, the only thing left to be done now is to remember and ensure her memory lives on."My only hope is that even for a moment I helped you see the world a little bit different" - WilderVisit Memorial Facebook Page Here