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Snow's Memorial Chapel

3077 Pio Nono Ave, Macon, GA

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Gary Dean Holloway

15 juin , 195820 décembre , 2019
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Gary Dean Holloway, 61, of Macon, passed away Friday, December 20, 2019 at his residence. The family will receive friends for a “Time of Remembrance” Monday from 5 PM until 7 PM at Snow’s Memorial Chapel on Pio Nono Ave. A native of Louisville, KY, Mr. Holloway was born to Theresa Louise Holloway and the late Jimmy T. Holloway. His favorite pastime was spent fishing and rebuilding old cars. He loved taking care of stray cats. Mr. Holloway is survived by his daughter, Brandi Renee Starley; granddaughter, Abigail Lynn Starley; mother, Theresa Louise Holloway; sister, Cathy Holloway Claycomb (Marty); and a brother, Daron Holloway (Beth). Those desiring may make memorial contributions to the American Diabetes Association, by visiting www.diabetes.org. You may share your own special thoughts with the family by visiting www.snowspn.com.

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  • Mr. Holloway is survived by his daughter, Brandi Renee Starley; granddaughter, Abigail Lynn Starley; mother, Theresa Louise Holloway; sister, Cathy Holloway Claycomb (Marty); and a brother, Daron Holloway (Beth).

Services

  • Time of Remembrance lundi, 23 décembre , 2019

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John Hogue

27 décembre , 2019

He was a big help and friend to my Dad when he lived in Gordon. They did a lot of horse trading and my Dad had three Dodge trucks that Gary helped Dad keep up. He was certainly a go-getter and hard working man and great car mechanic. He could make things happen, no matter how much work, especially if it involved Mopar.

Marty claycomb

22 décembre , 2019

I will miss Gary and all his laughter, also his stories and jokes. I will remember the way he loved his family and how he looked out for his parents. I'll remember how much he enjoyed fishing with his dad and Cathy. The times he would take his grandfather fishing and making his day. I know Cathy will miss him so much for his love and the time that he gave her. Nothing will ever be as fond to her as the memories of going fishing with him and of coarse letting him be in charge. Hearing the word Mopar will always make me think of Gary. He enjoyed his cars and talking about them. I know he would be so proud of all the things Cathy is doing for him during his death. There was a very special bond between them. He will be dearly missed but his memories and stories will last a lifetime. Wish I could hear one last "Little Johnnie" joke. Those were the best. Rest in Peace Gary.

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Gary Dean Holloway, 61, of Macon, passed away Friday, December 20, 2019 at his residence.
The family will receive friends for a “Time of Remembrance” Monday from 5 PM until 7 PM at Snow’s Memorial Chapel on Pio Nono Ave.
A native of Louisville, KY, Mr. Holloway was born to Theresa Louise Holloway and the late Jimmy T. Holloway. His favorite pastime was spent fishing and rebuilding old cars. He loved taking care of stray cats.
Mr. Holloway is survived by his daughter, Brandi Renee Starley; granddaughter, Abigail Lynn Starley; mother, Theresa Louise Holloway; sister, Cathy Holloway Claycomb (Marty); and a brother, Daron Holloway (Beth).

Those desiring may make memorial contributions to the American Diabetes Association, by visiting www.diabetes.org.
You may share your own special thoughts with the family by visiting www.snowspn.com.