Holly Ann Holloway

HollyHolly Ann Holloway (1957 – 2016) Holly Ann Holloway was born August 10, 1957 in Boise, Idaho, the daughter of James Patrick and Barbara Theophilus O’Connor. She moved as a child with her parents and older brother to Twin Falls, Idaho then to Payette, Idaho and finally Boise, Idaho. She was married three times. Her husbands were Tom Boggs, Kyle Stemple and Jake Holloway. She worked for the Idaho Statesman in Boise, the Edgewater Hotel in Seattle in accounting and for Starbucks Corporation in Seattle as an auditor and then a graphic artist. Poor health forced her to stop working and accept disability. All of her life she was devoted to caring for her cats, the most notable among them was Blue. Survivors include her brother and sister-in-law Tim and Shirley O’Connor and two nephews James and Sean O’Connor. She was preceded in death by her parents and infant brother Mark Richard. Holly’s ashes will be interred privately in the family plot in the Moscow Cemetery. In accordance with her wishes there will be no formal services.Holly KyleHolly Blue

4 Responses to “Holly Ann Holloway”

  • Crista Theophilus says:

    We will miss you!!!!
    Your wickedly funny take on life and your love and support and kindness through our lives.
    Love, Crista, LeRoy, Cory and Niki

  • murray talley says:

    Holly we are so sorry we didn’t get to see you over the last few years we have such great memories of the times we had together and you will surely be missed it’s reassuring to know that you’re looking over us you are a great friend and a wonderful person much love always mark and Murray and Haley

  • Judy Quade says:

    Holly, I know you would like me to describe what happened the weekend you died. Late Saturday morning, you and I were on the phone when you said you were not feeling well,you didn’t like the way your new medicine made you feel. You said you would call me when you woke up. But you didn’t call! The news that you died was such a shock to me, honey. We both counted on our daily conversations. You will be missed, my dear friend. I love you. We were friends for 30 years, did you know that>

  • Kyle Stemple says:

    She was a handsome woman.

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