Pixley Funeral Home

3530 Auburn Road, Auburn Hills, MI


Hilda Holman

January 28, 1936November 26, 2019

At her home, Hilda, with family at her side, passed on Tuesday November 26th, 2019 in her 83rd year.

Hilda Holman was the beloved wife of the late Eugene Holman. Much loved mother of Gene Holman, Joni Fitzgerald (deceased), Jenny Noll, David Holman, Lorraine Holman, Alan Holman and Anthony Holman. Cherished grandmother of Christian Pyne, Mathew Pyne, Keri Carlson, Donald Holman, Mickki Smith, Amy Edington, Ryan Noll, Brooke Todoroff, Ashley Holman, Mckenna Dollete, Jeffry Steele, Jeremy Steele, Zac Holman, Justin Holman, Darien Holman and Benjamin Holman.

Great grandmother of John, Rachel, Luke, Brittney, Emmaly, Samantha, Joshua, Bryce, Jadyn, Evalynn, Raieyn, Loushyn, Gwendelyn, Gaebrielle, Jake, Lilly, Phobe, Skylor, Ella, Parker, Alexandria, Oscar, Emmi. Great great grandmother of Isabella, Violet, Elizabeth, and Coraline.

Dear sister of Vera Perry (deceased), Dorothy Saiter (deceased), Bill Hayes (deceased), Paul Hayes, Helen Hayes (deceased) and Edward Hayes (deceased). Fondly remembered by her many nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held at the Pixley Funeral Home, 3530 Auburn Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326, on Tuesday December 3rd from 2 PM to 8 PM.

Hilda’s funeral will be held at Pixley Funeral Home on Wednesday December 4th at 11 AM with a brief visitation before beginning at 10 AM, burial will be afterwards at the Wixom Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the American Lung Association.


  • Eugene Holman, Husband (deceased)
  • Gene Holman, Son
  • Joni Fitzgerald, Daughter (deceased)
  • Jenny Noll, Daughter
  • David Holman, Son
  • Lorraine Holman, Daughter
  • Alan Holman, Son
  • Anthony Holman, Son
  • Christian Pyne, Grandchild
  • Mathew Pyne, Grandchild
  • Keri Carlson, Grandchild
  • Donald Holman, Grandchild
  • Mickki Smith, Grandchild
  • Amy Edington, Grandchild
  • Ryan Noll, Grandchild
  • Brooke Todoroff, Grandchild
  • Ashley Holman, Grandchild
  • Mckenna Dollete, Grandchild
  • Jeffry Steele, Grandchild
  • Jeremy Steele, Grandchild
  • Zac Holman, Grandchild
  • Justin Holman, Grandchild
  • Darien Holman, Grandchild
  • Benjamin Holman, Grandchild
  • John, Rachel, Luke, Brittney, Emmaly, Samantha, Joshua, Bryce, Jadyn, Evalynn, Raieyn, Loushyn, Gwendelyn, Gaebrielle, Jake, Lilly, Phobe, Skylor, Ella, Parker, Alexandria, Oscar, Emmi, Great Grandchildren
  • Isabella, Violet, Elizabeth, and Coraline, Great Great Grandchildren
  • Vera Perry, Sister (deceased)
  • Dorothy Saiter, Sister (deceased)
  • Bill Hayes, Brother (deceased)
  • Paul Hayes, Brother
  • Helen Hayes, Sister (deceased)
  • Edward Hayes, Brother (deceased)

  • Jeff Steele
  • Zac Holman
  • Sean Todoroff
  • Ben Holman
  • Matthew Pyne
  • Ryan Noll


  • Visitation Tuesday, December 3, 2019
  • Visitation Wednesday, December 4, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, December 4, 2019


Hilda Holman

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timothy holman

December 3, 2019

i remember when we were kids , Aunt Hilda would yell us, Now you's kids get outside and play. tobogganing at kennsington park we would be cold and wet and Aunt Hilda would have hot chocolate ready for us. Great memories !

Justin Holman

November 29, 2019

I always love hearing stories that Grandma would share about raising all my aunts and uncles, it was awesome to hear about how everyone was when they were younger and showed me so much more to everyones personality.

Keri Carlson

November 29, 2019

Grandma we love you! Grandma made the smoothest fudge ever and always told us the weather has to be just right for it to turn out that way. I love listening to the stories of how her and Grandpa met and Mom told us of watching them dance in the kitchen together!!

Nancy Perry-Archer

November 29, 2019

One of my great memories is when your mom was pergnanet with Joni from Sept. Until she was born. I went to 6th grade in Milford & for lunch I would walk to your parents house to check on your mom & she would have lunch ready for me. Usually a sandwich & soup. She will be missed.

Alan Holman

November 29, 2019

My fondest memory of my Mom was her calming me down when I couldn’t get my bike’s chain put back on, I got into such a fit when I was 5 that I remember kicking my bike because I could not figure out how to get that darn chain back on, Mom looked out the back door of the house and saw the temper I was in and I remember her hugging me and then slowly showing me how to fix it. She made me feel special and not stupid.