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Jackie D. Holeman

Citrus Hills, Florida

1938 - 2018 (Age 80)

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Jackie "Jack" D. Holeman, 80, of Citrus Hills died Aug 1, 2018, surrounded by his loving family, after a long battle with cancer. Jack was the son of Elizabeth "Bette" Thompson and Kenneth "Bat" Holeman. He was born in Nowata, Oklahoma in 1938 and lived throughout...

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Jack was such a nice man and always so pleasant. He will be definitely be missed. Our thoughts are with the Holeman family during this difficult time. Today and always, may loving memories bring you peace, comfort, and strength.

The first time I met Jack, over 35 years ago, I knew he was a "forever friend". He had a disposition that just told you he cared about what you were saying. You could count on objective input from him. In all my years with TRW I listened to his suggestions and advice because I knew he was sincere. Even though I did not see him a whole lot because of the distance in miles, when I did see him it was like I was never away from him. He was one prince of a guy and will be forever...

I met Jack when we were roomies at a CSD management meeting in Florida many years ago. We might have had a good time...but I don't remember! :) RIP Jack. My condolences to the Holeman family.

I spent 55 years enjoying many years of working together,fun times at Kentucky Lake
and sometimes not so much fun golfing hearing him say that was not 180 yds only 140. He was like a brother to me, miss him daily.

Jack and I shared management duties for TRW in Florida. We solved many problems together as well as creating a few. We became close friends along the way and enjoyed many a laugh together. Was so sorry to hear of his passing. He will be truly missed.

We are very sorry to hear about Jack's passing. I worked with Jack quite a bit during his time in Tampa. Jack provided me with a lot of advice and was always willing to help in any way that he could. My wife and I attended a number of his office picnics/parties and were always happy to be included in his office family. Jack was unique, he always had a smile, a positive view and was always a perfect gentlemen.

I very sorry to hear of Jack's passing. I worked with Jack for many years and will always remember him as not only an effective manager, but someone with a keen sense of humor and who was liked by all that knew him. . I don't think he had an enemy in the world and was good at anything he did (except golf).

So sorry to hear about Jack. We enjoyed traveling and fishing with him and Kathy for many years. Jack was a wonderful man and will be missed. Jack may you have tight lines and calm seas.