Obituary for Mrs. Ruthie Mae Holloway

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Mrs. Ruthie Mae Holloway

August 6, 1932 - April 16, 2020

Sis. Ruthie Mae Holloway was born in Hearne, Texas to the parentage of Bro. Otto Johnson, Sr. and Sis. Clara Mae Toliver-Johnson (both preceded her in death). She was the oldest of six (6) siblings; Rev. Sgt. Jimmie S. Johnson (deceased), Jessie M. Johnson-Riley, Oliver L. Johnson (deceased), Otto Johnson, Jr. and Clara M. Johnson-Wiley. She was married to Alfred Charles Holloway (deceased) for over 45 years. To this union were born eight (8) children. Sheila Anne Holloway, Michael C. Holloway, Donald R. Holloway, Mark S. Holloway, Dwain E. Holloway (deceased), Cedric L. Holloway, Lisa Collete Holloway (deceased), Stacy DeShawn Holloway. At the age of three (3) she and her parents united with the Griggs Chapel Missionary Baptist Church (GCMBC). Sis. Ruthie attended Julia C. Frazier Elementary School and graduated from Lincoln High School in Dallas, Texas. She continued her higher educational learning graduating from El Centro College and furthered her education graduating from the North Texas University (now UNT). She earned her Bachelor’s degree as a Registered Nurse. She served as a dutiful and faithful Christian servant as a child into adulthood. Sis. Ruthie loved diligently serving the Lord. She received many special recognition awards which included: former GCMBC Youth Director, Former GCMBC Sunday School Teacher, Former President of the GCMBC Senior Choir, Former GCMBC Usher. Her Community Organization/Affiliations were the American Heart Association, Awarded the 1991 Vera Braue Award for Distinguished Recognition in Outstanding Services in RN Nursing.
The Lord Jehovah God blessed Sis. Ruthie Mae Holloway to leave an anointed “Christian Kingdom Building Legacy”. She was a devout “Child of God”, a dedicated Christian wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and great great grandmother. She was blessed to leave her Christian legacy, love and diligent teachings to Sheila Anne Holloway-Williams (Jimmie R.), Michael C. Holloway, Donald R. Holloway, Mark S. Holloway (Karen),, Cedric L. Holloway, Stacy DeShawn Holloway; eight (8) grandchildren: Kelley C. Price (Ronnie), Phillip E. Bomar, Jr. (Tomika), Jakim R. Williams (Kelli), Eric D. Holloway (Kayla), Christopher Holloway (Miranda), Delvin Washington, Mark Holloway, and Markayla Holloway; Seventeen (17) great grandchildren: Sydni Hamilton (Justin), Shekila Hart (Dominique), Kashmiere Bomar, Kimball Bomar, Kyndel Bomar, Kirsten Bomar, Kezia “Ruthie” Williams, Jashaer Williams, Brendan Holloway, Kaydon Holloway, Kellen Holloway, Baylee Holloway, Amoni Aldridge, Corey Holloway, Mariah Holloway, Artemis Holloway, Cameron Holloway; Seven (7) great great grandchildren Kelsie Maddox, Khristian Maddox, Kaidyn Hamilton, Karter Hamilton, Ka’Taris Hamilton, Emmanuel Hart, and Chase Hart. Additionally, she leaves to cherish her memories Jessie M. Johnson-Riley, Otto Johnson, Jr. and Clara M. Johnson-Wiley and a host of other relatives and friends.
We Miss You Mom
We thought of you with love today, but that is nothing new.
We thought about you yesterday, and days before that too.
We think of you in silence, We often speak your name.
All we have are memories, and your picture in a frame.
Your memory is our my keepsake, with which we’ll never part.
God has you in His keeping,
We have you in our heart.

 

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Visitation Information

Date: Thursday, April 23, 2020

Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Black and Clark Funeral Home

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2517 E. Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75216

Service Information

Date: Friday, April 24, 2020

Time: 12:00 pm

Black and Clark Funeral Chapel

Address:

2517 E. Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75216

 

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Born: August 6, 1932
 
April 23, 2020
My condolences and prayers to Cedric Holloway and the full family! God continues to cover us!
Died: April 16, 2020

Condolences for Mrs. Ruthie Mae Holloway

Rachel Simpson posted on 4/24/20

Karen, Mark & the entire Holloway Family: We pray that God will give you all the peace and comfort during these difficult times. Remember, God will not put more on you than you can bear. We love you all, Rachel Simpson & family.

 

Bridgette Alexander-Russell posted on 4/24/20

I am lifting my family up in prayer. You all have my sincere condolence on the passing of Ruthie Mae.

 

Karen Menard posted on 4/24/20

To the Holloway Family, Our hearts are saddened by your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Peace be with you and your family. Karen Menard and Family

 

Paul & Lekesha Baylor and Vera Tucker posted on 4/24/20

To Mark, Karen and the Holloway Family, know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Love you all!

 

Cathy Graham posted on 4/24/20

Mark, I am so sorry for your loss. Sending my deepest condolences. Stay strong and my prayers to you and your family is that God is with all of you and will see you through this.

 

(Aunt) Hattie Shaw posted on 4/24/20

Wishing to extend my deepest sympathy on the loss of your sibling, mother, grandmother or great-grand mother, friend or church member. It is my prayer that your faith will give you strength at this time and all times.

 

Patricia Shaw posted on 4/24/20

I would have been there to support my nephew, niece and the Holloway family if circumstances had been different. However, all of our strength comes from our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. God bless and keep the Holloway family in this time of loss of the matriarch of the family.

 

Sterling E Davis posted on 4/23/20

Sis Ruthie Mae was ALWAYS the same to me!! She was genuine, sweet, and kind to everyone I saw her interact with. Growing up in church it could sometimes be difficult to find someone in a different generation that exemplified so much love and honest care towards a younger, changing generation. I am praying for all the family and I know that God will provide comfort to you all!!

 

Mr Foster posted on 4/23/20

Kelley Price: To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven. Madea is a peace with the Lord. I'm praying for you and your family: Look to the hills whench comes your health. God will take care of you!

 

Stacy Holloway posted on 4/23/20

You will be sorely missed. Love you 4 ever & always

 

JAnie Roseboro posted on 4/23/20

At this time of family sadness we are praying for your strength and comfort. We will be joining with you in her home going celebration with love. The Roseboros

 

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