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Pat Alan Holtman

October 16, 1954June 6, 2016
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Patrick “Pat” Alan Holtman, 61, passed away Monday, June 6, 2016 in McGregor. Visitation will be Friday, June 10 from 6-8 p.m. at the funeral home. Funeral service will be Saturday, June 11, 10:00 a.m., Cole Funeral Home, McGregor, Texas.

Pat was born October 16, 1954 to Virgil and Marceline (Zovodny) Holtman in Temple, Texas. He graduated in 1973 from Rosebud-Lott High School in Rosebud, Texas, and was a longtime resident of McGregor. Pat worked as a machinist and mechanic all his life, and finally got to live his dream of owning his own business, building and working on motorcycles. When he wasn’t working on motorcycles he was riding or out fishing.

Pat was preceded in death by his brother, Jimmy Holtman.

Survivors include daughters, Billie Jo “BJ” Manning and husband, Terry, of Troy, Brianne “Bri” Wachsmann and husband, Johnny, of Lorena; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; parents, Virgil and Marceline Holtman of Temple; brothers, Tommy Holtman and wife, Donna, of Troy, Bobby Holtman of Iola; sister, Carolyn Holtman of Zabcikville; numerous nieces, nephews, and a host of friends.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, June 10, 2016

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, June 11, 2016

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Ronny Bredemeyer

June 13, 2016

I never met Pat in my 20 years that I lived in McGregor, but since he was a good friend of my late friend Howard Brandt(as seen in the pictures)then Pat was bound to be a good man. Condolences, thoughts, prayers go o his Family and many friends. May GOD bless each of you. Ronny Bredemeyer(formerly of McGregor 1969-1989).

Rick and Martha Curry

June 10, 2016

This world has lost a treasure and he will be missed by many. Always had a smile and helping hand. Our prayers to his family.

Blanhue Williams

June 10, 2016

The most friend man I have ever met since I return to Texas. This man worked on my motorcycles and lawn mowers and each time it was perfection and if not he always corrected it right away which was very rare. My heart goes out to his family because I have lost a true friend thru our various conversations
. He will be missed by me and my family and may God Bless him.

Julie Custer

June 10, 2016

I will always hold Pat dear to my heart...I am grateful for the all the times I was blessed to spend around him..weather back in the day hanging out riding four wheelers with Bri, or just stopping by after work to just say hi..those memories are forever etched in my heart..Pat was always there for me when I needed him and was a one of a kind friend to many..when my own dad Billy had passed, I remember sitting, visiting with him a few weeks after and he truly had a way to explain things in a different perspective..and I walked out of that conversation with more positive thoughts than I had allowed myself coming into it...He was one of my dearest friends..he and his girls I love tremendously..I can see a lot of his influence in both you girls..no doubt he is super proud of you both..Im truly sorry for the hole left in your lives..and Im truly honored you are both in my life..growing up, I felt just like family with you two and your dad and mom..my heart breaks for yall..all my love to you ladies and prayers for the entire family and all who knew and loved Pat..I will certainly miss him..

Augie

June 10, 2016

Pat was a good friend a damn good guy always had a smile when i went over to see him will miss him my sympathies to all the family

Lorene Jacobs

June 10, 2016

Pat was a very good neighbor and friend to my sister-in-law, Elsie. I had the pleasure of visiting with him and Elsie on her front porch on many occasions. He was a great man. He will be missed. Lorene Jacobs, Gatesville

Grace (Smith) FULTON

June 9, 2016

Tommy and Carolyn,
My sister, Sue, called to tell me about Patrick. I wish our Rosebud- Lott Class of 1973 could have gotten around to a reunion. I would have loved to have seen him. Pat was always friendly to everyone. I can't exactly remember the details of how he managed to invite his classmates to hear his brother's band play at a dance at the D. Brown Library in Rosebud. Those were fun times. My sympathies to all the family.

Krist Eck

June 9, 2016

Can't believe we won't see that smiling face on this earth anymore. But I will be looking forward to it when I get to heaven. I loved my Uncle Pat dearly and now wish I would have spent more time with him. He will surely be missed by so many. He was such a blessing to all.

Cheryl Kleypas-Moran

June 9, 2016

So sorry that I will not be there to share in yor final farewells to Patrick. Just know that I love you all and I have very many happy memories of our times together as kids. Rest in peace, Pat.

Mike & Terri Magee

June 9, 2016

Tommy -
So sorry for your loss. You and your families will be in our thoughts and prayers

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