Dorothy E. Clark Holloman
February 14, 1927  -  January 31, 2018

Dorothy E. Clark Holloman

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Sunset Memorial Funeral Home
6801 E. Business 20
Odessa, TX  79762
Sunday, February 04, 2018
2:00-4:00 pm
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Westminster Presbyterian Church
4901 Maple
Odessa, TX  79761
Monday, February 05, 2018
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Sunset Memorial Gardens
6801 E. Business 20
Odessa, TX  79762
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Westminster Presbyterian Church
4901 Maple Dr
Odessa, TX  

Medical Center Hospital Auxillary
500 W. 4th St.
Odessa, TX  

Dorothy E. (Clark) Holloman, 90, made the journey to her heavenly home on January 31, 2018. She was a beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother.

Visitation will be from 2:00-4:00 pm, Sunday, February 4, 2018 at Sunset Memorial Funeral Home.

Memorial service will be at 2:00 pm, Monday, February 5, 2018 at Westminster Presbyterian Church with Rev. Buddy Monahan officiating.

Dorothy was born February 14, 1927 in Walnut Ridge, Texas to Levi and Zylphia Clark. She grew up in Blossom, Texas, graduating from Blossom High School. She married Leroy Holloman on September 29, 1945. They moved to Odessa in 1953, where she worked alongside him, and kept the books for their business “Leroy’s Radio and TV Service”. After raising their family and retirement, Dorothy joined the Medical Center Hospital Auxiliary in August 1988, serving as President twice, parliamentarian, recording secretary, Business office manager, multiple committee chairs and treasurer for many years. She loved being a “Pink Lady” and earned Volunteer of the Year and Legacy Volunteer awards in addition to her 10, 20 and 30-year pins.

Dorothy enjoyed spending time with her family, crocheting and loved watching the Texas Rangers play baseball on tv. She attended her one and only Rangers game with her grandson in 2016, which she absolutely loved. She loved spending time with her family and friends. She was a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church and served as a deacon.

Dorothy is preceded in death by her husband of 38 years Leroy Holloman, her son, Leewayne Holloman, her parents, and her brother Wayne Clark.

Dorothy’s life is cherished by her daughter and son in law, Annette & David McDermett of Odessa; sons and daughters in law, Gary & Sherry Holloman of Combine, Ronnie & Wanda Holloman of Kaufman; and daughter in law, Walterine Holloman of Odessa;
granddaughters and spouses, Lisa & Craig Coppedge of Odessa, Caressa & Jonathan Murray of College Station, Halee & Terry Smith of Converse and Brandi & Lorrie Caldwell of Denton;
grandsons and spouses, Jason & Jennifer Holloman of Odessa, Chris & Kelly Holloman of Yantis, Ryan & Katy Holloman of Cameron Park, CA, Brian & Andrea McDermett of Odessa, Jordan Holloman of Ft. Worth;
great-grandchildren, Bryant & Emily Coppedge, Taylor Coppedge, Zant Holloman, Brandon Coppedge, McCarly Holloman, Caleb Murray, Olivia Holloman, Madelyn Murray, LilyMae Holloman, Maggie McDermett, Molly Holloman, Cameron Smith and John David McDermett.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Medical Center Hospital Auxiliary or Westminster Presbyterian Church in Odessa.

Arrangements are entrusted to Sunset Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home. To send family condolences please sign her guestbook at www.sunsetodessa.com.

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  1. Charles and Starling Edwards
    Odessa, TX

    Thinking of you with love and sympathy.

  2. Alice Dawson
    Odessa, TX

    Annette and Family, I send my love to you all during the loss of our precious lady. My prayers are with you!

  3. Molly Allen McCollum
    Odessa, TX

    Annette, I am sorry to have heard about your mom’s passing. It sounds like she lived a very full and happy life. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers as you navigate this new phase in your lives. God bless you and your family.

  4. Pat Channell
    Odessa, TX

    Dorothy was truly a “Lady” in every sense of the word. She made everyone around her feel special. The time she worked as a volunteer at MCH was invaluable. I loved working with her. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

  5. Barbara. Lindquist Miller
    Austin, TX

    Ron and Gary, may you treasure your memories of life with your mother and know the presence of the Holy Spirit in your grief

  6. Mary Kay (Holloman) Cowan
    Morrilton, AR

    Annette, Gary, Ronnie and all of your family - I'm send my sympathy and love through this difficult time.

  7. Amgad Beblawi
    Irving, TX

    Dear Ron and Gary,
    May you and the family have inner peace in the confidence of the promise of eternal life in Jesus and the knowledge that we will all meet again at his feet, and may this time be a significant one both for mourning the loss and for celebrating her life.
    Amgad

  8. Kenneth & Debbie Rybolt
    Odessa, TX

    Gary, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  9. Gracie Sanchez
    Odessa, TX

    My Sweet Dorothy l love you n will miss you. You were one of the first Pink Lady I met n had lunch with. You welcomed me as a volunteer told me to treat everyone as I wanted to be treated. God saw the pain you had and sent an angel for you. RIP my Friend ♥️

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