Holman, Hermon Kennith

March 7, 1936 - February 14, 2022

Hermon Kennith Holman, 85, passed away on Monday, February 14, 2022, at his home in Huffman, Texas. Hermon was born in Hermleigh, Texas on March 7, 1936, to John and Lorene Holman. His greatest joy was his family, especially his grands and great-grands, aka “the little people” and of course, his Lord and Savior.

He is survived by his loving wife, Dolly; 4 children, Renee Holman, Randy and Teresa Holman, Raylene Elmore, and Rachell and Hector Hinojosa; 9 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; siblings, Clyde (Hope) Holman, Norman Holman, Sue Peck, and Darline (Rickey) Carnes; in-laws, Mattie Holman, Larry and Sharon Oeschger; numerous nieces and nephews, and a host of loving friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Lorene; 2 brothers, Weldon and Roland; son-in-law, Rick Elmore; brother-in-law, Carl Peck; sister-in-law, Lorene Holman.

A celebration of life service will be held 11:00 a.m., Monday, February 21, 2022, at Darst Funeral Home, Kingwood, Texas.

In lieu of usual remembrances donations may be made to Britton K. Holman, Supplemental Needs Trust, Woodforest Bank, 14235 FM 2920, Tomball, TX 77375 or Belovedandbeyond.org

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Service Information

A memorial service will be held on February the 21st, Monday, from 11 AM-1 PM at Darst Funeral Home. A reception will follow from 1 PM-3 PM at the same location.

13 replies on “Holman, Hermon Kennith”

Naoma Prichard says:

God bless you all. Love you.

Renée Holman says:

Thank you, Naoma. Just think…your dad got to show him around heaven! We are missing him, but are so happy that he can see, hear, and walk without a walker.

Tiffany (Prichard) Wyer says:

I’m sorry to hear of Uncle Hermon’s passing. Though I only saw him on holidays and at family reunions throughout my life, I know he was a truly wonderful man and will be dearly missed by all.

Renée Holman says:

Thank you, Tiffany. He really enjoyed getting to know you at the reunions. He always talked about his conversations with you as we drove home. He’s enjoying heaven now with a renewed body…wouldn’t take that from him even though we miss him terribly.

Johnny Holman says:

Awesome, Awesome man. Loved him a lot.

Renée Holman says:

Thank you, Johnny. He loved you too. We feel a huge hole where he used to be. But what a time he’s having in heaven with your dad…his Big Brother. They’ll be waiting on us.

Diane Moore says:

Uncle Hermon was loved by all who knew him and will be missed. Good bless you all.

Renée Holman says:

Thank you, Diane…for this comment…for the flowers…for writing your story…for helping at the service…for coming to be with us…and for loving my dad. Love you!

Tim Waldrop says:

It was a real pleasure to know this guy, he was a really really fine man. Old school

Renée Holman says:

Thank you, Tim. He really liked you. I’m so glad you got to know each other.

Karen Hanks says:

I know of Herman through his daughter, Renee. I admired the ways she always spoke so highly of her parents and his great leadership in the family and his great love for his family. That speaks volumes of him as a person and the honorable character he emulated.

Renée Holman says:

Thank you, Karen. What a sweet thing to say…so thoughtful. Thank you also for the chimes.

Sholanda Hatfield says:

It was a pleasure working with you.I will miss seeing your face you always had a smile.You will truly be miss.

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