Emily "Milli" Hofmann, 84, of Alden, a native of Germany who came to this country in 1937, died Tuesday (Oct. 16, 2001) in Sisters Hospital after a brief illness.
Born Emily Koehl, she lived in South Buffalo for many years and worked as a seamstress, secretary, sales clerk, machine operator at her brother's factory, and for 15 years as a supervisor in the housekeeping department at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
Mrs. Hofmann lived in Cape Coral, Fla., for 20 years before moving to Alden a few years ago.
She enjoyed traveling and in the last year had been to Germany twice, as well as Mexico and Florida. She was a member of the Dingolfinger Club in Buffalo and the German-American Club in Cape Coral.
Her husband, Heinz, died in 1989.
Surviving are a daughter, Jutta Soeder of Alden; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Prayers will be said at 10 a.m. Saturday in Urban-Amigone Funeral Home, 7540 Clinton St., Elma, followed by services at 11 in Elma United Methodist Church, 2991 Bowen Road. Burial will be in Coral Ridge Cemetery, Cape Coral.