Raymond Hoffstetter


Raymond Hoffstetter is our featured Ageless- Remarkable St. Louisan of the day! 



Raymond Hoffstetter, 91, has been staying active during his 25 years of retirement volunteering at various organizations. An Emmy award winner who has met countless world leaders and covered wars and disasters, he is a regular at Sappington House and White Haven, where he shares his love of history and his engaging personality with audiences young and old, reflecting on his incredible experiences gained over a 50 years career as a cameraman, editor and archivist at Channel 5. He serves on the Foundation Board of the Historical Sappington House Museum in Crestwood and drew on his TV background to produce a video tour of the second floor of the museum for those with any handicap that would prevent them from being able to physically experience the second-floor. Ray also regularly serves as an OASIS tutor at area schools and churches, helping students improve their reading skills. He is the President and Secretary of St. Charles Emmaus Auxiliary.