Cal Holman

Mesa, Arizona


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Cal Holman Cal Holman, 76, of Scottsdale, died December 28, 2007. Born and raised in Topeka Kansas, he attended Topeka public schools; Harvard College, AB; and Stanford Graduate School of Business, MBA. Cal married Elizabeth Jordan in Tucson, Arizona in 1956 and then moved to Chicago,...

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In memory of Cal Holman and all of the good times and wonderful memories with Cal and the Holman Family and friends...????

Dear Liz, Mary and Mark:
I was shocked and deeply saddened to hear of Cal's death. What a tragic loss for all of you. Please know my love and prayers are with you during this sad and difficult time.

Liz and Mary,
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband/father Cal. I can't imagine the pain you've had to deal with. You have been in my prayers since. Much love, Susan Ebert

Elizabeth and family:

Cal was both professionally and personally, a true gentleman, under all trials and circumstances!

There is no higher accolade. It was a privelege to have known and worked with him, if only for a brief time!

Janet & Tom Buggeln

Mary and Family,
I am very sorry about the loss of your father. I remember how nice he was when I would come to dinner and spend the night. We all had to read a current event before dinner and discuss it at the table, guests included. May God be with you.

Dear Liz,
We were so sorry to read of Cal's death. It has been some years since we worked with you in migrant health, but we remember both you and Cal with affection and appreciation for your service to others - and to Valley Presbyterian Church. Hector and Genie Zavaleta


We are sad to hear the news about Cal. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Dear Mary and Family:
I was deeply saddened to hear about your Father. May God bless you during this difficult time.

I am so saddened and sorry about the death of your husband. Everything I have read about him shows him to be an amazing man. I was on the scene and prayed over your husband moments after. It will be a moment I will never forget, but your family has been and will be in my prayers. You were truly blessed to have such a great man in your life, and I wish you and your family the best going forward.