Date of Death: February 1, 2024

Service Details

Visitation will be held Thursday, February 8, 2024 from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at Hohner Funeral Home, 1004 Arnold St., Three Rivers. His funeral service will be held Friday, February 9, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. at Riverside Church, 207 E. Michigan Ave., Three Rivers with Pastor Paul Booko officiating.

Obituary Notice

Casy Byron Hoffman, 39, of Three Rivers, passed away Thursday, February 1, 2024 at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, IN surrounded by his loving family.

He was born April 21, 1984 in Elkhart, IN, to Randy and Connie (Brooks) Hoffman, and graduated from Three Rivers High School with the Class of 2002.

Casy was always a very mischievous, adventurous, rebellious little boy and loved any sport or activity. As he grew up, football, basketball, and track were his favorites. He and the family spent a lot of time traveling the country for AAU pole vaulting where he excelled.

He worked as an electrical technician at Automation Engineering LLC; he loved understanding how things worked and what made them do what they do.

Casy enjoyed golf, bowling, hunting, and anything to do with Notre Dame. He had a big heart and was a people collector in the many friends and loved ones he came across.

Remaining to cherish his memory are his parents, Connie and Randy Hoffman of Three Rivers; daughters, Madison and Emma Hoffman of Otsego; fiancée, Amy Grindel of Three Rivers and her son, Carter; brother, Cory (Rachel) Hoffman of Vicksburg and their sons, Brenden and Blake.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Leo and Verlaine Hoffman, and his maternal grandparents, Fred and Charlene Bunkleman.

Additional Information

Donations in Casy’s memory may be directed to his family c/o Cory Hoffman. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home and the church.

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  1. Randy and Connie I am beyond sorry … and I feel so bad my mom and I had no idea. We are praying for you and everyone close to him. Love you so much 🙏🏻

    Kim and Aunt Dorothy

  2. Randy, Connie, Cory and families: I am so sorry for your loss. I cannot imagine what you are going through. What a beautiful family with so many cherished memories. Even through these troubled times I know you will take time to rejoice Casey’s life and celebrate all of the wonderful times you had. I am in SC for the winter or I would have been there to hug you.” Death ends a life; but not a relationship.” Much love, Waneta

  3. Randy, Connie and Cory –

    I have so many wonderful memories of all of you. To this day I remember the first time I babysat for Cory and Casy. Who knew that would turn into years of camping / canoeing, Florida Trips and Cedar Point visits? I remember Casy to be a little mischievous, yet loving and so much fun to hang with. I’m so blessed to have had all of you a part of my journey in life.

    My prayers go out to all of you!
    Jaymi (Best) LeLacheur

  4. Amy,
    I love you and I’m so sorry for the loss of Casy. I pray you and Carter find solace that he’s not in pain and will always be with you.
    I’m thinking about you, Carter, and all of Casy’s family during this extremely difficult time.
    Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me with anything you need. You have my number and I will always be here for you.
    RIP Casy.

  5. My deepest condolences to Connie, Randy, Amy, Carter, Corey and Rochelle. The lake is going to to be missing a very special energy that Casey bought. Casey was always willing to help when we needed help and the first to invite us for a barbecue or a party that the family was having. His kindness was always appreciated. I hope that this summer we will be able to to have a celebration of Casey’s life and honor his memory.
    Much love to Connie and Randy, know he showed us that he loved you both very much.

  6. My sympathies to the family and Casey’s fiancé. I had the pleasure of getting to know Casey when he worked at Armstrong and also attending Riverside Church several years ago. He had spunk and outside the box thinking. He was always enjoyable to talk and joke with. I am saddened he had such a short life. Rest in Peace!

  7. Words can’t say how much Carter and I love and miss you. You meant the world to us especially him, and you always will. You are always on our minds and forever in our hearts. You will always be his dad to him. I hate that our life this time around got cut short, but we will find each other again in the next, and all our other lives to come after. We love you! 🤍🖤

    • Amy wanted to send words of comfort during your time of sorrow. Casy was a best friend and wonderful person with a beautiful heart. When we were together at Notre Dame sporting events, I always saw how much you cared for each other and how much he cared for your son Carter. Casy always treated me so special. The world is less bright without him and I know I’ll always cherish my memories of our times spent together. Amy sending prayers for God to bring you peace and comfort during this incredibly difficult time.

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