Bobby Holderfield

 

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Bobby Holderfield, 81 of Hazen, passed away Friday, October 25, 2019 after battling health problems for years. Bobby was a retired truck driver, loved bailing hay, being outdoors, hanging out at the vet clinic and doing anything he could to help people. He was preceded in death by his parents, three sisters, and one son.

Bobby is survived by one daughter, three sisters, two brothers, his faithful friend, Blue, and a very special friend, Frances Richards.

Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00, Sunday, October 27, 2019 at Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen. Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m., Monday, October 28 at the Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel in Hazen. Burial will be in the Center Point Cemetery.

5 Condolences to “Bobby Holderfield”

  1. Danielle Kerr Says:

    I am going to miss Bob. I always enjoyed visiting with him no matter where we were. My prayers are with the family.

  2. John Dotson Says:

    Bobby was a customer of ours and over the years we became good friends. He always had a smile and he could brighten up the place by just coming in the front door. He will be missed. Our prayers are with the family.
    John Dotson
    Capital Equip (Retited)

  3. Liz perkins Says:

    So sad to hear. Sending thoughts and prayers to the entire family.

  4. Sherry Free Says:

    What a wonderful friend and neighbor. We will all miss Bob, he was a person you could count on to help you with the largest or smallest task. He is a true friend and helped me through out the years. I will miss him tremendously. My prayers go out to his family and especially to Frances, my heart is breaking with yours, may God wrap his arms around you during this time.

  5. Billy and Gail Booth Says:

    Our town and community were blessed after Mr. Bob Holderfield chose to retire here many years ago. It is said that he lived and worked in Mississippi, but as a truck driver often passing through Hazen, he reportedly developed a great admiration for the town and its citizens. So when retirement time came to him, he in turn came to Hazen, bought a place, established permanent roots, and became one of our best known and best loved citizens. He will be deeply missed, but he left a cherished legacy that will be long remembered.

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