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Alexander-White-Mullen Funeral Home and Mt Lebanon Cemetery

11101 Saint Charles Rock Road, St. Ann, MO

OBITUARY

Nathan Thomas Holloman

July 3, 1954February 6, 2020
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Nathan Thomas Holloman passed away on Thursday, February 6, 2020 at the age of 65. Dear son of Alma and the late Rodney Holloman; Beloved husband of the late Karen L. Holloman (nee; Essman); Loving father of Jason, Rachel (Eddie) Gee, Kimberly and the late Eric Holloman; Cherished grandfather of Kylie, Caleb, Issac and Adalynn; dear brother of Allan Holloman and the late Norman “Nick” Holloman; brother-in-law of Debbie Essman, Bill (Sue) Turner, Russell (Kathy) Turner, Sandra (Gary) Pippins, Susie (Jim) Brown and Beverly (Fred) Mathews and the late Connie Essman Copeland, Rhonda Essman and Wrick Essman; cherished uncle, brother-in-law, cousin and friend to many.

Friends may visit from 4-8 PM on Thursday, February 13, 2020 at the funeral home. A funeral service will be held at 12 PM on Friday February 14, 2020 at Alexander-White-Mullen Funeral Home, 11101 St. Charles Rock Road St. Ann, MO. Donations may be made to the American Heart Association. Interment to follow at Mt. Lebanon Cemetery.

Condolences may be offered at www.alexanderstlouis.com

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, February 13, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 14, 2020

Memories

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TONY MERKLIN

February 14, 2020

Met Nathan in the 80's. (He) Was kind enough to work with us on Home Family Projects. What a Tremendous Man, None Better. Got to meet Karen and the Kids. He was always a Best Friend to Everyone in Our Family. We are Lucky to have known this Great Person. God Rest his Soul....

Debbie Burton

February 11, 2020

I’ve know Nate along time, he always played the best music on the jukebox. He will be deeply missed. My condolences to the family! 🙏

Allen Whitworth

February 11, 2020

Uncle Nate was truly a great person. I had some of my greatest times in my life with him. I consider myself very fortunate to have got to have him as an Uncle. He was more than an Uncle at times he was a Big Brother. He took me on a many fishing trips an even on jobs he had hanging cabinets, building book shelves, walls, racks. Even showed me how to makes some really great Bar-B-Que Ribs. He helped everyone in the family he could when he could projects around their homes, even if they was projects that would take a couple weekends to complete. He is going to be greatly missed.

Dawn Essman

February 9, 2020

Dawn Essman

February 9, 2020

Dawn Essman

February 9, 2020

Dawn Essman

February 9, 2020

Dawn Essman

February 9, 2020

Dawn Essman

February 9, 2020

Dawn Essman

February 9, 2020

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