In Memory

Steve Holt

Steve Holt

Stephen Jerry (Steve) Holt

( April 19, 1953 - December 18, 2007 )

Mr. Stephen (Steve) Holt who was 54 years old of Shelbyville, died December 18, 2007 in Vanderbilt Hospital. He is the son of the late Harry Delton Holt. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Sarah Nell Finley Holt of Shelbyville. He was a member of the Fairlane Church of Christ. Mr. Holt was a teacher in the Rutherford County School System.

Mr. Holt is survived by his mother, Mrs. Nell Holt of Shelbyville; three sisters, Harriett Holt Griggs of Dover, Delaware, Charlotte Holt Hillis of Germantown, Tennessee, and Nancy Lynne Holt of Shelbyville.

Visitation with the family will be Wednesday, December 19, 2007 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Gowen-Smith Chapel. Funeral Services wll be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, December 20, 2007 from Gowen-Smith Chapel conducted by Bro. Geoff Giesemann. Burial will follow at Willow Mount Cemetery in Shelbyville.

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07/04/10 07:19 AM #1    

Lisa McGill (Miller)

Steve and I got in trouble when we were in grammar school for betting on the World Series game.   We also got in trouble another time for looking up the word "pregnant".  Can you believe that?!

Steve was a wonderful Christian man who stood up for his beliefs.  I will miss him.

Lisa Millr

07/13/10 04:36 PM #2    

Debbie Moore (Griffy)

I went to school with Steve for so many years, and he was a gentle and kind spirit. I regret that I did not spend as much time with him in later years as I did in elementary and junior high, but I know he was the same sweet soul. I am so sorry that he is gone from us.

Debbie (Ig)

08/23/10 06:32 AM #3    

Ronnie (Ron) Scott (Scott)

Steve was a true friend.  There are many memories I have of Steve.  One that stands out is when Steve was dating a girl from Tullahoma and  I helped hide Steffan Holder in the back seat of Steve's car while he was on a date.  At least that's what we made Steve  think.  Not sure if I ever told him it was just a set up. When we left high school we were roommates at Lipscomb.  He was a fraternity brother and was involved with me and others in the famous taking of the" head of John the Baptist "from Belmont.  Many never go through life and have a true friend like Steve.  He is missed.

08/24/10 08:24 PM #4    

Keith Locke

I knew Steve most of my life and can honestly say that he was always the same kind caring person all of his life.  Steve is a person who truly knew the real meaning of the word "friend" and  never forgot it.  I got to see him quite a bit and we always had fun remembering back to the "good ole times".  I miss him, but know that this man certainly had a great reward waiting for him.  Thanks for all of the memories!

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