Obituary of Kristina Fara Hoffee
August 11, 1969 - September 17, 2022
Kristina Fara Hoffee (Bommarito), age 53 of Woodhaven, Michigan passed on Saturday, September 17, 2022 at Arbor Residence Hospice in Saline, Michigan.
Kristina was born August 11, 1969 in Wyandotte, Michigan she is the daughter of John and Phyllis (Tocco) Bommarito. Kristina grew up in Southgate, Michigan where she attended Aquinas High School graduating in 1987. Kristina continued her education achieving two bachelor degrees from the University of Michigan Dearborn. Proceeding college Kristina was hired to work for Paysystems where she spent fifteen years working in the tax filing department. On October 10, 1998 Kristina married Ronald Hoffee of Trenton, Michigan at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Trenton Michigan. Kristina and Ronald settled into their Woodhaven residence in August 2001 where they currently reside. Kristina and Ronald have one daughter Gabriella Marie Hoffee born September 2005. Kristina retired from her professional career in August 2007 to spend quality time raising Gabriella and caring for her family. Kristina enjoyed traveling, home decorating, leisure strolls, relaxing in her swimming pool, and she especially loved spending time with her family. Kristina was a very kind hearted person who looked after and touched people in more ways than she ever knew.
Her grandparents preceded her in death. Surviving are her husband, Ronald of Woodhaven; daughter, Gabriella (Gabby); parents, John and Phyllis Bommarito of Riverview; sibling, Michelle (Richard) Lupico of Cedar Springs; sibling, John Bommarito of Woodhaven.
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