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Mike Holman

July 11, 1953 — December 27, 2020

Mike Holman 67 started his new journey in Heaven on Sunday, December 27, 2020 . He fought a good fight and he finished his race here on this earth. He was born to the late Richard B. Holman and Doris Holman. He leaves behind his wife Vickie Oliver Holman, high school sweetheart and love of life of 47 years of marriage. One son Spencer (Ann) and his two Grand Boys his pride and joy Hayes and Reed Holman, his Mother, Doris M. Holman, one sister, Carolyn, (Joel) and one brother, William (Debbie) and one sister in law Patsy Willis, a host of nieces and nephew, Tanya Coleman Cullum, (Dennis), Josh Coleman (Nina), Holley Holman Moffett, Heather Holman Jones, Kristin Willis Truelove (Steven) Kevin Willis (Beth) along with numerous grand nieces and nephews that he loved.

He is preceded in death by his father Richard B. Holman, his Paternal Grandparents Benton & Linnie Holman, and Maternal Grandparents Clevie and Celia Malone.

He loved the Lord and read his bible daily. He was a shining servant to his faith and showed it and we watched it play out every single day. He loved his church, CHBC and his church family. He was a deacon for 30 years at CHBC and demonstrated what a true disciple of Lord is to look like.

Mike was somewhat of a jokester and he loved making people laugh. He loved going out to eat with friends, it was special to him His favorite saying, “now stay in your lane,” “not a wink of sleep”, and those that knew him knows about his sayings. Mike loved life, he was an avid hunter and fisherman. He always strived to be better and be the best he could be at any undertaking. He loved going to his tree farm every single day. We cherished our time together riding in his Ranger checking his cameras. He wanted a place for the boys to come and hunt deer because he knew how much they loved it

He worked for Weyerhaeuser Timber Company for 35 years and loved working in the woods next to nature. He enjoyed the timber business and land management. He was able to retire and enjoyed 12 years of retirement. He loved gardening and the fresh vegetables and sharing with others. He loved getting on his tractor. and tilling up the soil. He was so funny in his farming and had a way of doing it, his way.

He truly loved his grand boys and watching them play sports. It didn’t matter where they were playing or how far. He would light up just talking about them. He picked at them and played ball with them as long as they wanted to play from young tots till they superseded him in size and strength. But he hung with them and enjoyed every single minute with them.

One thing he mastered was his guitar playing. He was mostly self-taught, and he practiced for hours every single day. He became a perfectionist in that, he was happiest in his music element of what he could accomplish. We loved to go to Mountain View, Ark., he loved Blue Grass Festival and he really enjoyed the music. He is playing a guitar and singing to the angels and dancing on the streets of gold.

Funeral Services will be held at Center Hill Baptist Church on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 at 2 PM with Bro. Terry Edwards and Dr. James Towery officiating. Burial will follow in Center Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be the Deacons of Center Hill Baptist Church. Honorary Pallbearers will be the Hamilton High School Class of 1971, Rylan Fast, Mollie Cockerham, Kate Hall, Jacob Clay and the 3rd floor and CCU staff of Baptist Memorial Hospital in Columbus.

Visitation will be at the church prior to the service on Wednesday from noon until 1:45 PM.
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