Shirley Dianna Holliman was born in January 27, 1955 in Macon, Ga to a family that religion and knowledge played a very important part. I think that’s where she got her intense search for knowledge. As she got older she graduated high school, started her family, and went on to be a CNA in home health care. When she found Jehovah she said her life was complete, and her faith has never wavered since. I’d say her faith increased as time went by, her smile would tell you that. Even with the death of my sister and the issues with her legs, it only made her love him more knowing that he was the true God and that what he said was going to come to be. Her smile when she saw my brother when she was in the hospital you could’ve turned out the sun it would have lit up the universe. She use to ale the best oatmeal in the world, although later I found out she hated it. She thought oatmeal was disgusting, but because I liked it she’d make it for me and put love and a smile with it. She liked old mysteries: the old who done it like Perry mason and Agatha Christie stories like Poirot and Miss Marple. And one thing if you knew my mom you knew how to play Scatt Mouse.
She was proceeded in death by her daughter, Nichole S. Holliman; sister, Mellar Tutt; grandparents who raised her, Turner Sr. and Mellar Green; father, Turner Green Jr., mother, Mary Rice; brothers, Roland and Henry Londy; and sister, Sandra Londy.
She is survived by sons, Troyce N (MadeLine) Holliman of Kansas City, KS and Charles W. Holliman of NPR, Florida; granddaughter, Kylie L (Alejandro) Rivera of LA, CA; grandson, Trenton N. Holliman of Chicago, IL; sisters, Linda (Robert) Godwin of Tampa, FL, Janice Bonvillian of Macon GA, Rosalind Houser, Terri Londy, Myra Londy, Patricia Rice, and Brandy (Shawn) Hill, all of Macon, GA; and brother, Mark Londy of Macon, GA; great aunts and uncles, Virginia & Frank Hall of Atlanta, GA, Ida (Frank) Gainey of winter park, FL, Marie Green of Macon, GA, and Robert (Vera) Green of Orlando, FL.
Services were held online via Zoom.
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