William Holloway

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William Holloway, 42, passed away on January 9, 2022. William was born on January 23, 1979 in Mound Bayou, MS.

William was a 1997 graduate of Mansfield Senior High and was a Supervisor at Menards in Columbus.

He is preceeded in death by his grandparents, M.T. and Inez Holloway and uncle, Kerry Holloway.

William is survived by his mother Trest (Joseph E.) Holmes; father, Jarvis Stanford Sr.; son, Isaiah Holloway; brothers, Jarvis Stanford Jr., Joshua Stanford and Joshon Stanford and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Visitation 2:00pm and Funeral 3:00pm Saturday, January 15, 2022 at MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE MANSFIELD, 753 McPherson St. (formerly Williams Funeral Service). To stream the service, order flowers and to offer condolences to The HOLLOWAY Family, visit www.TheChapelofPeace.com

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Condolence Messages

  1. Gwen and Chester Butler

    Praying for the family. Sending heartfelt condolences to you.

  2. Supt. Louis Blevins, Jr

    To the family of William Holloway, it was my pleasure to serve as his pastor as a youth, may he rest eternally in Christ Jesus, with deep sympathy from Superintendent Louis & District Missionary Sharon E. Blevins and the Latter Rain COGIC Church family!

    • Scotia Hamilton

      My prayers goes out to my family at this time. I pray that God brings you comfort and peace at this time. Manner you will be missed.

  3. We the Stanford Family is going to miss our nephew,As our Elders’s always says God took the best; Love and peace/ Pastor Russell & Mary Stanford

  4. Eddie & Iredell Taylor

    We love you very much and praying for your family The Taylor Family

  5. For the last eight years I had the privilege of working with Will at the Menards on east Broad St in Columbus, Oh. Will always brought a smile to my face with every interaction. His way of taking a situation that may have been less than ideal and simplifying, breaking it down with such ease into a more manageable state; it was truly a thing of pure beauty.

    His smile, his laughter and his unapologetic honesty always made my day better. He will be missed on a level that’s impossible to describe. He may not have even known how crucial he was. I will cherish the time I got to spend with him always.

    Godspeed Mr. Holloway and RIP

    I offer my deepest sympathy and condolences to all his family members and friends.

  6. Forever in our hearts. Love from Gloria,Shahara,Terrence and Joseph

  7. I also had the privilege of working under Will at Menard’s on Broad St as he was my manager in the Receiving Department. Everyone knew, when Will was working, we all were working. I will always remember and have the upmost respect for his work ethic and leadership. It won’t be the same without him. My family and I offer our condolences.

    RIP Will, you will be missed.

  8. My Prayer & Condolences to the Family,
    So sorry for Your Loss.
    Prayer & Love
    Barbara Simms

  9. My deepest condolences and prayers to my family. May God brings everyone comfort during this time. We love you Manie and you will be missed, rest easy cousin.

  10. My deepest sympathy and prayers to my family. Manie you were a loving nephew and had a smile that would light up a room, you will always be missed. I will see you on the other side. Love Aunt Dot

  11. Jacquelyn Y Hynes

    Family, There are no words I can speak that can take away this pain. I can only pray that God will be your comforter. I pray your peace and understanding in Gods time. My deepest condolences to his Mother Trest, His Father Uncle Dean, his siblings, his Son and to all those He touched. R.I.P Cousin. Until we meet again

  12. Peace and strength to the family during this difficult time. Will had the funniest laugh and was just a good man to work with. Although we no longer worked together, I will never forget his laugh.

  13. Sam & Shirley Stanford

    Please accept our condolences for the loss of a loved one. Your loss is a loss for us also.
    Sam and Shirley Stanford
    Jackson, Ms

  14. James & Marie, Mariah Williams & Joyce Twyman

    Praying for my dear friend and sister Trest Holmes. May God wrap his loving arms around you. May he give you strength like no other. Love you ❤️

  15. Dear Trest and family,
    Holding you in my heart and prayers.
    My deepest sympathy.

  16. Burton and Carr family

    Sending our love and heartfelt condolences to you and your family, praying for comfort. We love you family.

  17. We are so very sorry to hear of Manny’s passing. Our deepest condolences to Trest and the entire family. We are praying for you, that God will be your strength and comfort in the coming days.
    Many hugs to you from afar.

  18. CMone Crutchfield

    My condolences to the family, I had the pleasure knowing will for over 14 years. The best grill master I know & super funny always has a smile on his face. Thank you for the best memories you will be missed .

  19. Monissa Davidson

    Hey, I’m so sorry. And I know sorry doesn’t make this feel any better, this hurts like hell. I absolutely love Will. I was so excited for him to propose to my mom. I had to be the first to know, and I was. He came home and showed me the ring and then took us to Olive Garden. And did it there. I had the biggest freaking smile on my face. And I know their divorced now, but, even then he’s still here, he’s still my dad. I would always buy him the better Father’s Day cards. He would play with us, and he made this chicken that fell off the bone with this homemade sauce, omg it was the best. And taught me how to drive. I’d like to think I’m great thanks to him! Though I don’t have my car anymore. Will was always proud of me, and I believe I was his favorite haha. But he was always happy, especially about my plans. He says I like that about you Monissa, you always have a plan.
    He always sticks his fist up and goes Wait! Or Noooo! Lol I’m going to miss his laugh so much. Cause he be over here and or on the phone cracking up. I miss him so much. And it’s hard to even imagine him gone. I had stuff to tell him, to catch him up on.. I knew I was going to call. I had said swepsi the night before because he called Pepsi swepsi because it sweeps you off your feet lol. I guess lol. I drink water, but my child’s father wanted a pop. I said Swepsi it is.
    Ugh. I can’t make it to the funeral, but I will be attending the Virtual! I wish I could hug him one more time. I wish I could tell him I love him just one more time. But I talk to him through prayers. And though it hurts like hell to know he’s gone. He’s forever in my heart. He made such a big impact on my life. And he’s always there. I’m so sorry, for your loss. God, and I’d like to think my Papa are taking good care of him. I’m sure others are too. And he’s up there cackling by now.
    I love Will. And I thank him for everything! God, with every fiber in my being let him rest peacefully.

  20. I worked with Will for a brief 2 years and can honestly say he made a lasting impact in my life. He will be dearly missed by so many and there are not words to express the void left behind. I’m hoping for peace to all that knew him in this time of immense grieving.

  21. Trest, I am so sorry for your loss, although I never met your son manie, your niece Cynthia told me so many stories about her time growing up with him that I felt like I knew him personally and grew to care about him (which shows how powerful of a person he truly was) my thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family

  22. My condolences & prayers goes out to the family & Trest for your loss. I truly know how you feel.

  23. My condolences go out to the family, praying you all find the strength to get through these hard times. I can’t say I know how it feels to lose a child no matter how old. I will be keeping you all in my prayers.

  24. Man, I don’t know what to say right now. We (Ken, Jarvis, Marquette, and I) we was a little click when we were younger . I would never think that I would receive a call from anyone saying someone from our click was gone. Whenever you came to Mississippi I always made sure that I got a chance to see you and Jarvis. Cousin this one got me in mixed feelings right here because I always felt that we (the click) would get together again and reminisce about the stupid funny things that we used to do. I love you cousin and I am sorry that we both waited too late. To hear your mom telling me that you wanted to see me hurts tremendously because I feel as if I failed you and I am sorry love you cuz

  25. Calvin Steverson

    I met Mannie for the very first time at Geneva’s house in Mississippi and I tell you he was a upbeat guy and very welcoming young man he had a smile so bright and he will truly be missed dearly heven definitely gained a angel And I’m so sorry for your loss Auntie Ann and Uncle Joe and Jarvis I love you guys

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