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December 14, 2056 - December 21, 2021
Service Date January 1, 1970
Funeral services will be held Monday, January 3 2022, 1:00 P.M. at Memorial Funeral Home
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David Wayne Holloway, age 65 passed away Tuesday December 21st, 2021 due to complications caused by Covid and Pneumonia.
He resided in Romulus, MI with his Fiancé, Mary Cobarubia. David was born in Blount County Tennessee on December 14th, 1956 to Frank David (Buddy) Holloway and Kathryn Imogene (Gibbs) Holloway. His parents preceded him in death.
He is survived by his four children, Elizabeth Cara Holloway, Meghan Ruth (Michael) Watters, Jessica Lynn Holloway and Zachary Bruce David Holloway. His Fiancé Mary and her children. His sisters, Betty I. Holloway, Cathy (James) Evans, Debbie (Dave) Lewis, 9 Grandchildren and multiple nieces and nephews.
David spent most of his childhood living in Ypsilanti, MI. He attended Belleville High School where he graduated in 1975. He was involved with the Masonic young men’s organization Demolay’s during his High school years. This was where he met his first wife, Laurie Andersen-Holloway. They were married in 1979 and had 4 children. They divorced in 2004.
David worked for many years at B.M.C. in Plymouth, MI as a Foreman. This is where he met and fell in love with Mary Cobarubia. They have been together, living in Romulus for the past 20 years. They have enjoyed taking trips out West to New Mexico. David had hoped to move there permanently in the future. He was forced to take an early retirement due to health issues several years ago. David stayed active by tinkering around the house or helping his son Zach work on cars, and helping out his daughter Elizabeth.
David had a wonderful sense of humor and was always good at making those he loved laugh. He was very devoted to his family and friends, always willing to lend a helping hand or just be a shoulder to lean on. He will be missed more than words can say.