Steven JayDean Hoff, 68, surrounded with the love and care of his family, entered peacefully on Jan. 11, 202,1 into Eternal Rest at his home in Wickenburg. Steve fought a valiant battle with cancer for 15 months. Survivors include his wife Linda (Peterson) the love of his life for 48 years; three daughters, June Lynn Hoff, Texas; Stephanie Carol Hoff, Arizona; Taran Tonette Lincoln, Elroy, Wisconsin; his sister, Diane Bahnub, (Terry), Janesville, Wisconsin; brothers, Jerry, (Kathy), Rockford, Illinois; Mike,(Margaret), Onalaska, Wisconsin; Dale, (Tammy), Black River Falls, Wisconsin; step-brother, Chris Skar (Linda), Merrillan,Wisconsin; grandchildren Jacob Heath, Evangeline (Charneski) Mina, Lindsey Organ, Michael Lincoln, Desi Lincoln Dominguez, (Anthony); Jasmine Gray; Serena, Mariah, and Dakota Shawley; Brittani Hoff, Treyton Laufenberg ; 10 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many good friends; godson Daniel Mullen, (Marita) ; sisters-in law: Carol Mullen, (Frank); Zona Bennett, (Terry); Debra Zeller,(Jerome); brother-in-law Forest J. Peterson. Steve was born in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, April 29, 1952, and graduated high school before joining the Army to serve in the Viet Nam War. After marriage, he and Linda lived in Seattle, Washington, moving back to Wisconsin in a couple years, and most recently, residing in Arizona. He drove long haul truck for years, which he enjoyed. He retired from the Tomah Veterans Hospital as a 32 year employee. He did, however, remain active in various jobs finding it difficult to totally give in to retirement. Being a hard worker, he often worked two jobs and was great help to […]