Richard Raymond Holtz

Boise, Idaho

Sep 3, 1942 – Feb 26, 2018 (Age 75)


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Richard Raymond HoltzSeptember 3, 1942 - February 26, 2018Richard R Holtz, beloved widower of Patricia Hall Holtz, passed away unexpectedly on the evening of Monday, February 26, 2018 at the age of 75 of natural causes. He was born Richard Raymond Holtz to Raymond A & Helen A Lien Holtz in...

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My father was my best friend as well as my father. I will forever hold dear his gentle and open heart, his laugh and great love for life and all it had to offer. He was curious, wise, and helped me navigate through life at every stage. I will carry with me his words, and all the things he has taught me about life and how to live it. He was so extraordinary, and I just can't even put into words how grateful I am to have had him for a father. I want to thank all of those who have reached out...

My father was the best dad a son could ever have. He taught me so many things about love, life, family and adventure. He also taught me about the importance of character and integrity. He never gave up on me in my darkest years, and was always there in my brightest. I love & miss you dad. Enjoy your new found peace. Rest assured, I am good to go and will carry the torch of the Holtz name. Thank you for all the years, I'm glad we were there for each other. Love, your son David.

Dick, lots of years of work and fun together. Forty three, but who is counting. I know you know I appreciated your sheer intellect, but equally, I admired your entrepreneurial spirit. I have met many in my life, but you certainly excelled in life with a grace under duress, and lived successes like few can ever appreciate. Thanks for being a friend for lo these 43 years. We had many grins and many shared personal stories. Some friendships are timeless, thank you for ours.

Dick remained my good friend throughout the years and we continued to share and celebrate the special moments with our children, grandchildren and mutual friends...he will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

My condolences to your family during this difficult time. May the promise in 1 Thessalonians 4:14 comfort your family.