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From: "Peter_McCrae" <>
Subject: HALLMAN; Randy-8/5/2005-USA/TX
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2005 00:19:03 +0100
Many will miss the special man, Randy Hallman, who left this world, as we
know it, to go into the realm of his eternal life.
Services for Randy Hallman, 51, of Lubbock TX will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, May
11, 2005, at Sanders Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Clint Stephenson
officiating. Interment will follow at the City of Lubbock Cemetery under the
direction of Sanders Funeral Home.
Randy died Sunday, May 8, 2005, at his residence.
He was born May 28, 1953 in Lubbock TX. He was a 1971 graduate of Estacado
High School, where he proudly served as student council president his senior
year. Randy was also very active on the tennis team. He was the only son of
the late Winifred and Fern Hallman and the loving brother of three surviving
sisters, Charlotte, Darla, and Suzanne and their families; Charlotte and
Kendell Holcomb of Johnson City, their sons' families Mark and Terri
Holcomb, Miles and Joel of Dripping Springs, Michael and Brenda Holcomb,
Victoria and Rebecca Holcomb, and Allison Hines of Sequin, Matthew and
Angela Holcomb of Luling; Darla and the late Larry Miller and their son,
Larry Scott Miller of Alvin; Suzanne and Stephen Smith and their daughters,
Stacy and Darron White, Laurel and Layden of Lubbock, Stephanie and Karl
Edwards, and Mason and McKenna of Lubbock. Other surviving relatives are
Faye Wheatley Stolle and Roy Stolle, Warren Albrecht, Laverne Hallman,
Gladys Hallman, and Mike Hallman.
Randy was a much loved and respected man. He was full of laughter and fun,
which he shared and appreciated in others. He was employed by Texas Tech
University since 1986, where he worked his way up in the electrical
department to later become a foreman in the Physical Plant. He received
numerous awards, including four Outstanding chievement Awards, and was
respected and honored by his co-workers. He was an avid fisherman who loved
telling his "fish stories" and his tradition was to give each niece or
nephew their first fishing pole! He also enjoyed traveling the Texas back
roads and the Colorado mountains. He will be forever loved and extremely
missed amongst all of his family and friends.
Pallbearers will be Mark, Michael and Matthew Holcomb, Larry Scott Miller,
Ken Fowler, Robin Davidson, Curtis Gregory and Cody Cheaves.
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