George D. Stoffel

Stoffel2George D Stoffel passed away at his home in Walker, Ca on May 11, 2016. He was 80 years of age years of age. Born in Denver, Co., raised in Lomita, CA and lived many years in Torrance, CA before retiring to Walker Ca.

He is survived by his wife Marilyn, daughers Cynthia Ochsner (Rick Nelson) of Las Vegas, NV and Tammi Barton (Mark) of Abilene, KS. Five grandchildren, Brian (Tina) Kennison, Jonathan Stoffel, Tanya Stoffel (Rick Simpson), Jennifer Clarich and Jessica (Jeremiah) Reed. Six great grand children, several Nieces and Nephews

He was proceeded in death by his only son John in 2008 and they are now reunited in heaven.

George worked for may years in the construction industry in Southern California. He was in the Marine Reserves,

An avid outdoors men, he enjoyed fishing with his family, friends and grandchildren, hunting, and camping with his family. Desert motorcycle racing, watching nascar.

Services to be held at Calvary Chapel in Gardena, Ca. on May 27th at 11:00 am. Burial will follow at Green Hills in Rancho Palos Verdes, Ca.

8 responses

  1. I did not know George but what I do know he provided his daughter Tammi with life skills that will always reflect her fathers love. My Thoughts and prayers are with the family .

  2. My love for this family is beyond words. Even though we are so far apart your all very close in my heart. It makes me happy to know John and uncle are together again, as we all will be one day. I pray for your piece of hearts and faith in God because he wanted him home where he belongs. Loosing our fathers is not easy, i can only umagine you suffering. I’m there in spirit and thinking of you all.

  3. Dear Marilyn and Family

    We are so sorry to hear of the passing of George our dear friend for many years. We had great times camping and doing fun things together. We will miss you George, but we know you are no longer in pain and in a better place with the Lord and John.

    Our Love,
    Jim and Pat McCarthy

  4. A long time friend , working associate , fisherman , and motorcycle racer has left us for places we have not yet explored ! Though we morn his loss , let us be glad he was here to share our lives .

    Noel Sandy Barber

  5. What a wonderful picture of your Dad, obviously a very skilled fisherman. Tammi-your Family is and has been in my thoughts and prayers for a number of months now thru all the challenging times. So glad you were able to get to see Dad for 5 weeks not all that long ago. Cherish that time! I pray for everyone’s safe travel to and from far away to pay their respects to your Dad and, of course, look forward to your return to Russell Stover in June. God Bless all of those affected.
    Dennis & Jamie Hofmeier
    Salina, KS

  6. Jeanne and myself extend our sincerest condolences to Marilyn, Tammi, Cyndi and the entire Stoffel family and to all of George’s friends. We will remember the times we spent with George and Marilyn during their visits with Mark and Tammi here in Kansas and before when we still lived in California.

    Mike and Jeanne Herrera

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