In Memory

William Holman

March 15, 1991:  "William Robert "Chip" Holman, 39, died Wednesday, March 13, in an automobile accident in Dallas.  He was a former Parisian.  Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m, Saturday, March 16, at the Wagram Cemetery in Mason County by Mason Funeral Home.  Mr. Holman had lived in Dallas and had been an attorney-at-law there since 1979. He was born July 11, 1951, in Gunnison, Colo., a son of William Monroe and Alma Jean Holman. He graduated from Paris High School in 1969 and attended Southern Methodist University and Texas Tech University, graduating from Texas Tech School of Law in 1976. He was commissioned as a captain in the Marine Corps in 1975 and served for three years with the Judge Advocate General's Office.  He joined the Dallas district attorneys office in 1979 and went into private practice as a trial attorney in 1982. He was a 1969 graduate of Paris High School.  He is survived by his parents who live in San Angelo; a brother, Edward D. Holman H of Dallas; three sisters, Holly Harrell of Alba, Mo., Laurel Lee Holman and Katherine Holman Keifer, both of Lubbock, one niece and one nephew."

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08/14/08 06:27 AM #1    

Sidney Gross

Fine friend and an excellant gentleman of fine qualaties,
Will be remembered by many and forgotten by few.
Thanks for all that you brought to my life Chip....
Sid Gross 8-14-08

10/10/08 06:17 AM #2    

Sidney Gross

A fine friend and a competent attorney. Enjoyed all my time spent in his company. Especialy enjoyed the trip to Kyle Field fot the state championship football game in 1989. The croud was rousous and treated to a wonderful fall game. The outcome was also special to all Parisians in attendence. Long live Chip's memory in our hearts.

Sid Gross 10=10=2008

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