I have never met a smarter, more loving, and caring person in my life. You have taught me SO much and I was lucky to spend almost everyday with you when I was little. You are my role model, idol, and inspiration. I can go on forever but most importantly I love you.
Joy, my beloved brother, even though our births were 12 years apart, I always felt a special connection with you. I admire your devotion to family, your strong work ethic and love of country, your intelligence, and your "heart of gold"! I am so proud and humble to be your sister. I love you and miss you!
I miss you so much
Dad, I love you so much thanks for everything you gave me. I'll miss arguing with you about politics, eating your chocolate cream pie and playing telephone pictionary with you and the family. "Drink daddy drink." Your eldest child,
All my love to you Dad, you gave me so much. I'll miss arguing with you about politics, buying you books for Christmas and playing telephone pictionary with you and our family. "Dink daddy dink", your eldest daughter.
The best uncle in the world! The trips to Vegas, races at Ventura and letting me stay with him, my beautiful aunt Glo & my cousins during the summer for several years when I was a teen. I will miss his great laugh, jokes & opinions. Godspeed Joy.
What a wonderful neighbor for 20 years. I very much enjoyed our sidewalk conversations during gardening time. Curly will be greatly missed by all.
Loving memory, Brother Joy. Gail
Rest in peace Mr. Holdeman. I will always remember your wonderful smile and great sense of humor!