August 7, 1947 ~ May 14, 2020

Born in: Springfield, Missouri
Resided in: Woodmoor, Colorado

Kenneth Leroy Hofmockel passed away on May 14, 2020 at the age of 72 from cancer.  Ken was born on August 7, 1947 in Springfield, Missouri to Earl and Beva Hofmockel.

He served in the United States Air Force for 21 years as a personnel officer.  Ken was lovingly referred to by his family as “Bubba”.  He enjoyed golf, flying, spending time with his family, doing volunteer work, and teaching others about the Lord.

Ken is survived by his wife, Karen Lee (Kyes) Hofmockel, and their children, Christopher (Tracy) Hofmockel, Kristie (Jason) Moss, and Jessica Robison.  He is also survived by his brother, Gary (Karen) Hofmockel.  Ken’s grandchildren are Cody Hofmockel, Cameron Hofmockel, Cory Hofmockel, Colton Hofmockel, Jacob Robison, Zoe Moss, and Austin Moss.

In honor of Ken, contributions may be made to Crossfire Ministries in Colorado Springs or Rockport-Fulton Good Samaritans in Rockport, TX.

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  1. Our condolences. Another star has been added to the Colorado sky and the sunset has embraced another son.
    Rose and Andie Acosta… sending our love from Texas.

  2. Thinking of you all at this time. Remembering meeting Ken and his family in Denver when he looked up Hofmockel in the phone book and found my son Dave.

  3. We are so saddened to hear of Ken’s passing.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
    Chuck and Bonnie Gallagher

  4. Our sincere condolences to you and your family. We feel blessed to have known you both and know that Ken is in such a wonderful place now.

  5. I remember fondly our Thanksgiving dinner with Ken and Karen in Denver when Ken was stationed there.
    My condolences to Karen and the family.
    Dave Hofmockel

  6. I can only thank God that our paths crossed at Crossfire Ministries–I was blessed.
    My heartfelt condolences for you, Karen, and your family.


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