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Griffin Leggett Healey & Roth Funeral Home

5800 W 12Th St, Little Rock, AR

OBITUARY

Linda "Diane" Holt

July 29, 1945November 22, 2019
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Linda “Diane” Holt was born in Dumas, Arkansas on July 29th, 1945 to the late Glen Holt and Jean Linder Holt. She passed away on Friday, November 22, 2019 in North Little Rock. She was a resident of the Conway Human Development Center for 60 years. Diane was loved by all and brought joy to all who met her, she was always happy and shared her love of life with her family. She enjoyed shopping at Walmart and eating at McDonalds. She also enjoyed playing with her magazines and listening to music, she especially loved Elvis and Mickey Mouse. Diane exemplified pure innocent joy. She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister Glenda Milks and her brother Terry Holt. She is survived by her siblings Jeff Holt (Krystal) of Humphrey, Arkansas, Becky Rogers (Randy) of North Little Rock, Mike Holt (Jodie) of Mason, Ohio and Mitch Holt (Rebecca) of North Little Rock as well as many nieces and nephews and extended friends and family. The family wishes to give their eternal thankfulness and gratitude to the staff of Conway Human Development Center for their 6 decades of devoted loving care shown to Diane during her time with them. Also thanks to Arkansas Hospice and Robinson Health and Rehab for their care towards the end of her life. A visitation will be held on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 from 5-7 pm at Griffin Leggett Healey & Roth Funeral Home, 5800 West 12th St in Little Rock. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at 10:00 am Pinecrest Memorial Park in Alexander.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, November 26, 2019
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Memories

Linda "Diane" Holt

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Gail Braley

November 30, 2019

RIP Sweet Diane.

Beth Verser

November 26, 2019

I worked at CHDC for years and always loved my Diane from the days of cutting coupons to playing tapes she would always come set in the Med room with me and want to look at my pictures and of course get an extra cup of kool aid or tea she was loved and a true joy
Prayers for the family

Jennie Baldridge

November 26, 2019

Diane was a joy to be around, she always had a smile and she made others smile, I will never forget her!

Vaughnnice Evans

November 26, 2019

Diane was such a joy to be around. I will always remember this precious lady that brought radiance into any room she entered. Thank you for allowing me to be part of the team who loved and cared for Diane. Fly High sweet lady! ♥️♥️

Eden Gunther

November 26, 2019

Diane was the first person I met when I first started working at chdc and she made me smile constantly. She always called us mama and kept us laughing. She was the life and soul of our house and we will all truly miss her.
Fly high in peace and love Diane ❤️

Katie Winston

November 26, 2019

She's truly going to be Missed she Used to say to me Did you wear that for me, This was my girl 😢 love u you are in better place now

Melissa Cambron

November 26, 2019

I worked with Miss Diane for many years .. and o the many head phone wires did I unravel for her. When I came in the house I was "Momma when will Tammy be back?" Then next was " Come here a minute, you got any batteries?" Or "can you fix these?" I loved that lady she will be missed.

Melissa Cambron

Lashana Shelton

November 26, 2019

My prayers to family.. I am the dental assistant at chdc.. I enjoyed diane.. Will miss her.

Judy Ortiz

November 26, 2019

I have known Diane for many years and as a shift coordinator she would always ask me where "Tammy" was we had a little banter we did and then one day I went in and she said "Come here mama" I grinned at her and said not until you learn my name.She said I know your name....Judy come here...I went to her.I will miss her dearly I know she's dancing on heaven now.
Judy Ortiz
Residential Services Manager(HTT)

Lucretia Flowers

November 25, 2019

I was diane's nurse in 32 for 28 years, every day she would come into the med room and say' I hope you're off tomorrow and that other one will be here " this was our routine , she would come back at noon and say ' I hope you're here tomorrow and not that other one' , she enjoyed going to special Olympics , listening to her tapes and always talking about going home for a visit and especially Christmas and loved her Mother. I am grateful for the years I worked in 32 and knew Diane and her mother Jean, you're in my thoughts and prayers....RIP Diane..

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