Brian Holsey

Brian Lane Holsey Sr.

Brian Lane Holsey Sr. 66, Passed quietly at his home in Amarillo, TX surrounded by family on Nov. 26, 2020. Brian was born in Eunice New Mexico on March 2nd, 1954.

The family moved to Eldorado, TX where Brian spent his childhood, and graduated high school in 1972. Brian married the love of his life, Linda, on Dec. 25th 1973.

Brian loved music, and was an excellent singer. He was a Christian, whom loved Jesus with all his heart. He was a very kind and caring person, always trying to help someone in need. Brian loved his family, spending as much time with them as possible.

He is preceded in death by his parents, William (Bill) and Layvonne Holsey, his Loving Sister, Priscilla Holsey Alley, and a great granddaughter Rebeckah Smith.

Brian is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Linda Holsey, his children Brian Lane Holsey Jr. and wife Carla, Shelly Smith and husband Scot, and
Raymond Holsey and Wife Alicia, all of Borger. A Sister Cindy Holsey Dickason and husband James of Weatherford, TX. And three Brothers, Donald Holsey of Cedar Creek, TX Larry Holsey and wife Sandy of Burleson, TX, Zack Holsey and wife Lynn of Eldorado, TX. A Mother-in-law Jessie Jenkins of Eldorado, TX and Brother-in-law Dan Jenkins of Robert Lee, TX. Brian had 8 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren.

7 Comments

  1. Dan

    Brother rest on the mountain top…rest well Brother rest well

  2. Cindy

    We love and miss you! Till we meet again…

  3. Kecia

    Loved this man before Alicia married into the family.
    I see his love and kindness in his kids and grandkids.
    Well done Brian. Rest in peace.

  4. Jazzy

    I will miss you today tomorrow and always Papa. Give my baby girl a kiss for me❤️

  5. Gene Newport Johnson

    So sorry for your loss and praying for gods peace and comfort during these trying times

  6. William Palmer Lowery( Tom Brown 11)

    He was my friend, we worked together and became oilfield family. He was and always will be loved and remembered by this Virginia, pastor, school teacher and high school football coach. He was a Godly man’s man who put faith, family, friends and football in their proper place in his heart. I will see you again my brother, soon, wait we’ll all soon be home, happy and healthy, never to part again.

  7. William Palmer Lowery( Tom Brown 11)

    He was my friend, we worked together and became oilfield family. He was and always will be loved and remembered by this Virginia, pastor, school teacher and high school football coach. He was a Godly man’s man who put faith, family, friends and football in their proper place in his heart. I will see you again my brother, soon, wait we’ll all soon be home, happy and healthy, never to part again.

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