Samuel Lee Holloway

13 avril 196820 mars 2021

Samuel Lee Holloway, 52, of Waynesboro passed away on Saturday, March 20, 2021 at his residence.

Mr. Holloway was born April 13, 1968, a son of the late Samuel Holloway and Linda Sue (Seabolt) Allen who survives. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by a step-sister, Tamatha Fitzgerald.

He was employed by Hershey Chocolate of Stuarts Draft.

In addition to his mother, survivors include his step-father, Wayne Allen, Sr.; brother, Wayne Allen, Jr.; two sisters, Monica Brunty and Daneen Allen. He also leaves an uncle, Jimmy Holloway.

There will be no viewing or visitation.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at Augusta Memorial Park with Rob Mansfield officiating.

Relatives and friends may share condolences and memories with the family online by visiting www.reynoldshamrickfuneralhomes.com


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Samuel Lee Holloway


Monica Brunty

15 avril , 2021

A holiday came and went and no text from you. Your birthday as well with no lunch or phone call. Driving home from work late at night I can’t call you. You were always there for me, for every one that asked. Your quiet dignity, no judgment help, your honesty, reserved smile and oh yes, your silly jokes. Your love of football..always laughing at the cowboys, cheering for the “redskins” no matter what they called themselves. The way you NEVER forget a child’s birthday or text to them for the holidays. All the things big and small.. I will miss them. You were the kindest, sweetest human being I have ever known and it is an honor to be your sister. I will miss you always and love you forever.

Dorothy Langenstein-Cabrera

2 avril , 2021

My deepest condolences to Lee's entire family and to all his friends. It has been a pleasure to have known Lee.

Janice Mawyer

27 mars , 2021

My dear Linda and Wayne -
It was a privilege to have met Lee at our reunions, and I just want to say what a fine young man he was. I know there are no words to really comfort, except to let you know you are both in my prayers and thoughts.
My love to you and your family.

Randy Holmes

26 mars , 2021


Will always remember,
Will never forget.
The smile on your face,
No matter how tired you'd get.
Seven days a week at Hershey,
You helped me get through.
I'll always miss you buddy,
A good friend tried and true.

Shelly Burke

25 mars , 2021

(Our inside joke as to why I can’t call you Bo Bo). You were so much more than a cousin, you were the kindest person I have ever known. I am going to miss our adventures together. You never said no, and was always ready no matter where I planned on dragging you. We have traveled all over together. Some amazing places and some very strange places. I am going to miss our sporadic lunch dates and crazy conversations.
I miss you buddy!
Rest easy...

Pam Breeden

25 mars , 2021

Dear Lee Bo,

I know our paths went in different directions as we grew but you were always in my thoughts. My fondest memory is of all of us grandkids at Granny Tuckers house. You, Ricky, Keith on the swing set singing the song "We will rock you" Rest easy now with Ricky. May your wings fly high and be graceful 💔

Chance Brunty

24 mars , 2021

Far more than just an uncle to me, Lee was like an older brother in many ways. Ever the positive influence and joyful soul, he greeted you at his door with fistfuls of candy he brought home from work for just the moment you dropped by. Many long nights were spent losing in trivia of every category to him, even more so if it were bowling. There’s a hundred memories I have of him, and a hundred more I’m too young to remember, but above all I will always remember him as the coolest uncle, and most helpful man I knew. To call him family is an honor.

Bobby Terry

24 mars , 2021

Me and Lee always had a good time when the Redskins played the Cowboys
He loved them Redskins Go rest high my friend