Paul D Holladay

Date of Death: March 23, 2011
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Paul D. “Doc” Holladay, 83, of Lafayette, died at 4:11 p.m. Wednesday, March 23, 2011, at Regency Place. He was born Dec. 23, 1927, in Warsaw, and was the son of the late Virgil and Myrtle Miller Holladay. He graduated from Lafayette Jefferson High School and served in the Navy as a petty officer duringContinue Reading

Mrs. Ronald (Kate) Ford left a message on March 29, 2011:
Alice and family,
Just wanted to let you know how sorry our family is in the passing of Paul.
My husband worked with Paul at the fire dept. for years, as you know Ron passed
away March 19th , all the guys on their shift are gone now.May god give you
comfort at this time of loss and in the days ahead.

Kate Ford and Family
Monica Burke Mainard left a message on March 28, 2011:
Dear Alice,

Just wanted to drop you a note and say I&m sorry for the loss of your husband. I have such fond memories with your family and just wanted to express to you our sympathy, from the Burkes. I&ll keep you in my prayers.

Monica Burke Mainard
David Brittingham left a message on March 26, 2011:
Alice, Jeff and John,

Condolences and peace from the David Brittingham Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

May the peace of our LORD comfort and protect your hearts during this time of grief.

May you find rest in 23rd Psalm, as Paul dwells in the house of the Lord for ever. His love for singing will serve him well in his new dwelling place.

I have very fond thoughts of Paul when I spent time with him and Margaret living across Maple Street from them and first attending Purdue. They helped me find that room to stay in and always welcomed me into their home. I can remember many lunches and dinners that we shared, I always felt at home with them. It helped me get aclimated at Purdue and off to a good start there.

I thought of Paul this past year and the influence he had been on me, when I sang the Star Spangled Banner at the Cleveland Indians game with the Akron Men&s Barbershop Singers. I share his love for singing.

All my best,
from his loving Nephew,
fellow Brother in Masonry,
and brother in Christ,

David Louis Brittingham

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