Timothy Edward Holley was called home on Saturday, April 21, 2018. He was surrounded by family and friends. He was a resident of Bluff Creek and was retired from Shintech.
Visiting will be at Bluff Creek Baptist Church on Friday, April 27, 2018 from 5pm until 8pm. Saturday visitation will be at Maranatha, 488 McKnight Road, Clinton, from10:30am until 11am service. Burial will be in Maranatha.He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Dorothea Holley, daughters, Shannon Holley Lawton and Emma Holley Fontenot and husband, Chad, and a son, Tony Kaiser. Parents, Rowland and Patricia Holley, Sister, Beth Beaver and husband, Jesse and brothers, Dan Holley and wife, Michelle and Patrick Holley and wife, Stacey. Sisters in law, Cathie Savage, Christie Savage, JoAnn Savage and Jennifer Ziegler and husband, Craig Babineaux. Grandchildren, Marshall Cole Lawton, Claire Lawton, Brock Kaiser, Colt Fontenot, Benjamin Fontenot and Jenson Fontenot. and Mama Betty and Daddy Donnie. He is preceded in death by his son in law, Chris Lawton, grandparents, Walker and Emma Booker and Rowland and Lucille Holley, father in law and mother in law, Marshall and Fena Savage, sister in law, Kim Savage, brothers in law, Marshall Savage and Bill Ziegler and grandmother in law, Adeline Savage. Pallbearers will be Tony Kaiser, Chad Fontenot, Marshall Lawton, Dan Holley, Patrick Holley, Randy Duncan, Tony Quinn and Jimmy Davis. Honorary pallbearers will be Jerry Cooper, Spike Hollier, Robert Bonds, Clint Tolle, Brett Hollier, Dusty Schafer and Chance Kirkland.
Through his life, he wore many hats and went by many names. First Son, then brother, friend, Cowboy, TG, husband, brother in law, Daddy, Uncle, Paw in law, hey you and a few other names. His favorite name and the name was most proud to be called was Popa. He was a true friend willing to help regardless of what he was doing or what time it was. He was an even better father, raising three kids. He was the best Popa with six grandchildren who thought he walked on water. His job of husband was second only to his job of being a Christian. He was not perfect, but he displayed a beautiful picture of what a dedicated and loving marriage should be. He will be missed by many people but we will be reunited with him one day to spend eternity together.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations maybe be made to St. Johns Prayer Blanket Ministry, 105 Hwy. 1431, Marble Falls, TX 78654. email@example.com. or St. Jude Children’s Hospital.