Jacque Joe Hollman
Jacque Joe Hollman, 80, of Texas City, Texas, passed away March 22, 2013, at his home with the presence of his family around him. Jacque was born October 21,1932 in Liberal, Kansas to Gerald (Jerry) and Jnette Hayden Hollman of Hooker, Oklahoma. He is joining his parents and parents-in-law David and Memphis Hickson of Norman, Oklahoma. He is preceded in death by nephews, Scott Hickson, Christopher Burleson and great niece, Avery Grace Copeland.
He is survived by his Wife of 54 years, Evelyn (aka Jeve) Hickson Hollman. Sons Jerry David Hollman, wife, Denise Snipes Hollman, Pasadena, Texas, Jon Marc Hollman, wife Cyndi Ray Hollman, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Granddaughters, CC Rene Hollman, Kayla Marie Hollman, Pasadena, Texas and Grandson, William Hayden Hollman, Colorado Springs. Sisters, Jeralyn Jill Hughlock, Norman, Oklahoma, Jolly Burleson and husband Chris Burleson, Norman, Oklahoma. Brothers-in-Law, Doug Hickson, wife Sherril and Ken Hickson, wife Kaye, Norman, Oklahoma. Sister-in-law, Helen Plant, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Nieces Chantel Hickson Crumbly, Tracy Hickson Matheson, Michelle Plant, Robbie Hickson, and Tiffany Burleson Copeland, all of Oklahoma.
Jac was previously employed with American National Insurance Company and Galveston County Navigation District. He was an active member and Deacon of First Baptist Church, Galveston, Highlands Baptist Church, LaMarque, and First Baptist Church, Texas City. He served in the U.S Army from 1954-1956. He attended University of Oklahoma and Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas.
Jac was involved in Music throughout his life, he loved to sing and touched many lives with his voice. He enjoyed active participation and listening to music of all kinds. He enjoyed OU Sooner Sports and his family owned a cabin in Cuchara, Colorado where he spent time with his family and friends.
There will be a Fellowship time, Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 1:00pm, followed by a Memorial Service at 2:00pm at Carnes Funeral Home in Texas City, Texas. The Services will be conducted by son, Rev. Jerry Hollman and long time friend and Pastor, Rev. Grayson Glass. There will be a meal and continued fellowship following the service at First Baptist Church in Texas City. The family would like to offer special appreciation and love to caregiver, Diane Cook during the last years of his life.