Calling Hours:
Saturday, June 4, 2022, 11:00am-12:45pm
Parlor of First Presbyterian Church
323 Main St., Greenville, PA

Funeral Service:
Saturday, June 4, 2022, 1:00pm
First Presbyterian Church
323 Main St., Greenville, PA
Rev. David Dobi, Pastor, officiating

Military honors will be rendered by Greenville
VFW Honor Guard #3374 at the conclusion of
the service.  Burial will be in Hadley Cemetery.

Thomas F. Hoffacker, age 83, of The Colony at St. Paul's Senior Living Community, and formerly of Hermitage, passed away Thursday morning, June 2, 2022 in UPMC Greenville.

He was born in Hanover, PA on March 7, 1939 to Roscoe E. and Beulah (Barbehenn) Hoffacker. Tom was a 1957 graduate of Penn Hills High School served in the U.S. Air Force from 1959-1963, stationed in Montana, then Morocco and France, and received his B.A. In Business Administration from Thiel College in 1966.

On August 27, 1966 he married the former Nancy J. Brown. He was employed as the director of Business Services at Penn State University Shenango Campus for twenty-six years, retiring in 1993. Tom was an active member of First Presbyterian Church, Greenville, where he had served as a Deacon, Elder, Sunday School Teacher, Mission Committee Member and was the Benevolent Treasurer for many years. Tom also served as the Treasurer of the Mercer County Sunday School Assoc. He had been a volunteer driver for the American Cancer Society, served as Treasurer for a Boy Scout Troop, volunteered for Sharon Regional Hospice and along with his wife Nancy, they volunteered at Fresh Grounds. Since moving to The Colony at St. Paul's he has served as a volunteer, was active with the Lay Visitation Ministry and served as a medical appointment companion.

In addition to his wife, Tom is survived by a daughter, Carrie M. Brady and her husband Scott of Pittsburgh, two sons, Mark T. Hoffacker and his wife Terri of Greenville and Whitney A. Hoffacker and his wife Kimberly of Charlottesville, VA, twelve grandchildren, Denny Sulick, Derek Sulick and his wife Ashleigh, Devin Sulick, Erin Weaver and her husband Cole, Landon Hoffacker, Drew Hoffacker, Olivia Hoffacker, Aidan Brady, Colin Brady, Liam Brady, Drew Brady and Ryan Brady and two great-grandchildren, Jaxson Sulick and Cora Rose Weaver. He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister, M. Virginia Allen and three brothers, Lewis Hoffacker, Burnell Hoffacker and Dale Hoffacker.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to First Presbyterian Church Missions, 323 Main St., Greenville, PA 16125 or to St. Paul's Good Samaritan Fund, 339 E. Jamestown Rd., Greenville, PA 16125.  Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.



  1. Jerry, Marsha Ansell and family. Jerry, Marsha Ansell and family.
    June 3, 2022    

    Nancy, Mark, Carrie, and Whitney,. Hugs and prayers for all of you. We know he is physically well now. So sorry for your loss. He was such a wonderful person.

  2. Mary Ella Young Mary Ella Young
    June 3, 2022    

    Mark, we are so sorry to hear about your dad. Prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
    Ray & Mary Ella

  3. Carolyn Messer Carolyn Messer
    June 3, 2022    

    My condolence to you , Nancy and family. I will miss Tom . He like Arch was a fighter but now they are both with the Lord. He was a great man.

  4. Bryan and Kathy Oros Bryan and Kathy Oros
    June 3, 2022    

    We were deeply saddened to hear about your loss. There was always a smile on his face. You have our deepest sympathy.

  5. Jeanne Griffith Jeanne Griffith
    June 3, 2022    

    We enjoyed Tom’s servant heart for many years in our partnership through PRISM, Pittsburgh Region International Student Ministries. Always remember the big red van. Always appreciated Tom’s willingness to serve however we needed on those spring hosting weekends.
    with sympathy and prayers,
    Jeanne and Bill Griffith

  6. Peg Lehto Peg Lehto
    June 3, 2022    

    Dear Nancy and family, What a true loss to our wonderful COLONY family ! Tom always added such fun to any gathering – a jolly, personal joke to make one’s day. I’ll never forget his thoughtfulness to Dave. The two of you were the first to encourage us to move to THE COLONY and we’re forever grateful for your sincere friendship ever since. May the good memories and the love of those who were so blessed by knowing the Hoffackers, bring you some peace as you travel this journey. With love, Peg Lehto

  7. Fordyce's Fordyce's
    June 3, 2022    

    So sorry for your loss, you were one of the nicest neighbors we had on lamor rd.
    Bob and lynda

  8. Jane Faries Garcia Jane Faries Garcia
    June 3, 2022    

    I am so sorry to hear of your loss, Nancy. I will have you and your family in my prayers.
    From what l see in other comments, l know God will continue to bless you with wonderful memories of a very good soul, and hopes for an eternal future of love and joy.

  9. Anonymous Anonymous
    June 3, 2022    

    I am so sorry to hear of Tom’s death. May your memories of him soon soften your pain in losing him.
    In Sympathy,
    Carol Breckenridge McMenamin

  10. Linda & Bill Rinella Linda & Bill Rinella
    June 3, 2022    

    Nancy & Family~ We were saddened to see that Tom has died. What a treasure he was! Let the tears flow and may his memories warm your soul and comfort your hearts.

  11. Tom & Nancy Bender, Lititz, PA Tom & Nancy Bender, Lititz, PA
    June 3, 2022    

    Nancy: so sorry to hear of Tom’s death. Our prayers are with you and your family.

  12. Aleta Keck Aleta Keck
    June 3, 2022    

    Nancy and Family, we are sad to hear that Tom has passed away, With deep sorrow for you loss.
    Aleta and Bob Keck

  13. David and Peggy McKay David and Peggy McKay
    June 3, 2022    

    Close to 50 years ago, Tom and Nancy befriended young newlyweds and became precious friends. I had not begun seminary and had a lot to learn, and I learned many valuable lessons from Tom, who was a wonderful example. A great man of God. Over my 40-plus years of preaching, I would often ask myself how my sermon would feed and encourage someone like Tom. He would never have believed it while alive, but now knows how much he helped me. Time with Tom and Nancy always warmed our souls. See you in Heaven, dear brother.

  14. Craig & Lynne Stewart Craig & Lynne Stewart
    June 4, 2022    

    Mark, Lynne and I send prayers of comfort and peace through this time of grieving. We didn’t have a chance to meet your father, but I can tell you he was great at raising his son into a class A role model. Again our prayers and condolences.

  15. Bob and Kathy Anderson Bob and Kathy Anderson
    June 4, 2022    

    We are heartbroken for your family. Please know we care and have you in our prayers.
    Our memory of Tom is of a special friend. We were happy to do porch setting and listening
    to Toms humorous words of wisdom. We know where Tom is now and we will see his smile
    again one day. Memories of Tom will be a blessing to your family.

  16. Donald Murphy Donald Murphy
    June 4, 2022    

    Tom had such a pleasant personality, and a quiet spirit. I will continue to remember him for those qualities.

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