Holloman Roundtree Death, Obituary – As they mourn the loss of a much-loved son, brother, and friend, Cherry Marlar Roundtree and her family are in our thoughts and prayers. In this hour of need, we ask that you pray for them to find comfort. It was in the year 1978 when Cherry gave Cherry her high school diploma and honored her with her high school certificate. On Sunday evening, Holloman, her beloved son who had been involved in a car accident earlier in the day, passed tragically as a result of his injuries. He had already been put to death by that point in the day.
The occurrence of the event took place in the morning hours of the day. His obituary will be posted here on this website as soon as it is ready to be distributed to the general public and can be made available to the general public. Hold this wonderful family, his friends, and everyone who cared about Holloman in your arms, Loving Christ, and offer comfort to them as they go through this most difficult time in their lives.
Holloman’s death has devastated everyone who knew and cared about him. Everyone who knew and cared for Holloman has been profoundly impacted by his passing. During this time of great need, may the salvific mercy and goodness of God be sufficient to provide them with the consolation, tranquility, and serenity that they so desperately require. Accompany them while they make the necessary preparations to return him to the loving care of YOU so that you can continue his therapy. This will allow you to continue his treatment.
If you are present, you will have a far better chance of completing this task successfully. You may be able to provide them with the fortitude they need to get through the days that lie ahead of them by lavishing them with your love, surrounding them with people who are compassionate, and encouraging them to preserve their faith in spite of the tribulations that are on the horizon for them. They are going through the process of grief; is it possible for them to feel YOUR presence with them at all times, no matter where they go? This is the prayer that we offer up for them.