2021ObituariesQuentin Hoffman

July 23, 2021by SealeUser14

October 29, 1977 ~ July 22, 2021


Quentin Hoffman, a native of Holden, Louisiana passed away on Thursday, July 22, 2021, at the age of 43. He was a beloved family member and friend to many. A true patriot at heart, Quentin was a veteran of the United States Airforce and US Army. He is survived by two sons, Cade and Caleb Aime; his parents, Dan and Carolyn Aime; biological mother, Charlotte Stewart Smith and her husband, Ronnie; biological father, Randy Hoffman and his wife Michele; brothers, Wilson Kain and Nathan Aime.

He will be remembered for his quick wit, his passion for music and songwriting, his love of the outdoors and traveling, his free spirit and big heart.  He was full of great ideas and dreamed of creating a place for the broken and lonely to call home.  He inspired us often, always leaving behind a smile on our faces. One of a kind, a wanderer; our gentle giant will live forever in our hearts.

Quentin will be honored with a “Celebration of Life” memorial gathering at his family’s home in Livingston, LA at a later date.Please feel free to sign the online guest book at www.sealefuneral.com to offer condolences.




  • Michelle Dockter

    September 22, 2021 at 8:37 pm

    Quentin Hoffman was an amazing person. I met him when we were both in the new hire class at T.Rowe Price and then we worked on the same team. He was always making us smile and the life of the party. We ended up being roommates and he became like a big brother trying his best to protect me. When we left T.Rowe Price we kept in touch. He always had positive things to say or would share a song he was working on. One time he told me he had a dream and that he couldn’t remember most of the dream but this was left in his mind ” We didn’t come here to be perfect. We came here to be ourselves. To experience the fullness of who we are. To be fully present in all of our imperfections and to love ourselves for all of it.” ~ Quentin Hoffmann. I think he did a pretty good job of being himself. Q, I will miss your random check in’s but I’ll still check in with you once in a while. To your family and especially your boys – I am so sorry for your loss. Your father loved you with all his heart and all his soul.


  • Robert Snead

    September 16, 2021 at 1:26 am

    Q was my close friend. I’ll leave you with a quote straight from the legend. I asked what it’ll take to made you happy Q? I’ll never forget, he told me “all I need in the sun on my face and breeze in my hair” love you brother.

    Robert Snead


  • Robert Snead

    September 15, 2021 at 2:12 am


    To my former colleague at T. Rowe Price, roommate in Colorado Springs, & brother forever. I wish everyone could have known you like I did. Q was a great person! He made the world a better place. Deep introspective conversations one minute and have you rolling on the floor laughing the next. I remember like yesterday I was talking with him on the phone in Sports Authority on N Academy Blvd in Colorado Springs, CO. Talking about being happy and how much money it would take me to be truly happy. I asked Q what it would take to make him happy. I’ll never forget, he told me…

    “All I need is the sun on my face and the breeze through my hair.”


  • Larry Mangan

    September 8, 2021 at 7:52 pm

    Quentin was in my younger daughter’s wedding a few years ago as he was a good friend of the groom. He was a charmer and, by all accounts, a darned good man. My indelible memory of him was at the bachelor party where he and another good-sized young man, Tim, executed a flawless ballet move that wound up with Quentin in Tim’s arms and all of us laughing. It could not have been funnier.

    Sorry for your loss.


  • Mike Williams

    August 19, 2021 at 2:37 pm

    Rest in peace, my friend.


  • Jaime Marquez

    August 13, 2021 at 11:34 pm

    I’ll miss you, my Friend.


  • Sharon Collins

    August 2, 2021 at 5:01 am

    From Sharon Collins, first cousin of Charlotte,
    Im so sorry to hear about Quinton passing away. I saw the announcement about the Celebration of Life Service, and that was the first I had heard about it. From the description of him, it sounds like he was a fine young man. Im so sorry for your loss, Charlotte and Carolyn, and his family’s loss.
    Love and deepest sympathy,


  • Darlene Martin

    July 28, 2021 at 3:04 am

    My deepest condolences to his family!
    He was always with a smile.


  • Dale

    July 26, 2021 at 11:52 pm

    Cousin Dale. So sorry for your loss Charlotte and the rest of his family. Praying for his family during this time of grief. From the pictures of Quentin, he seemed to be a fine young man, My deepest sympathy for his family, boys and wife.


  • Miriam Gates

    July 26, 2021 at 9:16 pm

    So utterly sorry. I didn’t know Quentin personally but from his comments and post on Facebook you kinda feel like you do. Such a great loss.


  • Victoria Tobin

    July 26, 2021 at 7:32 pm

    I miss you, my friend. Until we meet again.


  • Rocky rigsby

    July 26, 2021 at 4:16 pm

    Quentin was like an older brother to me. Missing his quick comebacks and that mischievous smile that he always had.


  • Terry Avants

    July 26, 2021 at 2:03 am

    Quentin, you will be forever missed. Carolyn, you and Danny will be in our thoughts and prayers. Our love always,
    Terry & Loree Avants


  • Randall

    July 26, 2021 at 1:42 am

    Rest in peace buddy.
    Prayers to your boys and family.
    You left this world too soon.


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