Carol Lynn Holloway

Carol Holloway passed away peacefully Aug. 12, 2014. She was born on Jan. 17, 1956 in Jacinto City, Texas. She was the daughter of Norman and the late Martha (Kirkpatrick) Robison. Carol worked for the City of Houston in the Legal Dept. She had great love for her dogs and flowers.

Carol leaves behind her beloved son, Brian Holloway; her Father Norman and wife Marie Robison; sister, Doris Foster; brother, Jimmy and wife Terri Robison. Carol also leaves behind her niece, Misty Robison; nephews, Brian and wife Jayme Robison; and Nathan Foster; as well as one great niece and two great nephews; Uncle Ken and Aunt Mary Stewart, many aunts, uncles, cousins, step sisters and many close friends.

Blackwell Vazquez Woodforest Funeral Home
Viewing: Sun. Aug. 17, 2014 from 3-7
Services: Mon. Aug. 18, 2014 at 10:00 AM


  1. Carol had a wonderful personality. It was always a pleasure to see her kind and friendly face on a Monday morning and chat about our weekend or upcoming week. She will be sorely missed.


  3. To Carol’s Family,

    My condolences on the loss of Carol. I have had the pleasure of working with her for the past four years. She was a pleasure to talk to and I enjoyed being in her company. She truly brightened the workplace and was one of those people who made coming to work a more enjoyable experience. I am still in shock about her passing and I will miss her greatly.

  4. The world has been a become a better place because of you!

  5. Heaven has gained a beautiful flower in sweet Carol. She will be missed greatly.

  6. She was beautiful inside and out. Carol was always more concerned about the people she loved than about herself. Though she was my neice, she was so much more like my sister. Our hearts are broken, but she will live in our hearts forever. This world needs more people like her who are so selfless and kind. Her kindness to me and to Ken will never be forgotten. We cannot even express all that we feel about how much we will miss her. She is not ours anymore as she now sleeps with the Angels. We love you, Carol.

    God Bless All of her family and friends at this very difficult time.

  7. Carol was a special lady and will be so missed by us all….Prayers of comfort for her family…

  8. I have known Carol my whole life. We were neighbors growing up. We kept in touch all these years. She was one of our special group called the YaYa sisters. We will miss her so much. My heart is broken. She loved her son Brian so very much. She will be missed by all. Rest in peace my friend. My condolences go to her son Brian, her sister Doris, and her father Red. I am so sorry for your loss to the entire family.

    1. I forgot her baby bother Jimmy Robison,

    2. Carol will be deeply missed we have gone on cruises to the beach house and camping there wasn’t anything that she couldn’t do her family will be in my prayers she is in gods hands now

  9. I was always greeted with a smile and a funny conversation from Carol. I will miss her and may God be with her family at this time of bereavement.

  10. It cannot be said of everyone that they always appeared content and consistently projected positive energy. It is those kind spirits who are sorely missed when they leave us. Carol is among that special class of people and she will be sorely missed.

  11. Even though I only worked with Carol for 5 months, I will miss her. She was always smiling and had a welcoming personality. She always said something that made me laugh.

  12. We will miss her beautiful smile, great cheer and ability to find what ever you were looking for … even if you were unsure what you wanted. Carol was an absolute pleasure to work with.

  13. Carol such a sweet lady always smiling and talking about her casino trips and always making me laugh she will be truly missed my condolences to her entire family may god comfort you in your time of sorrow.

  14. I am shocked that Carol is gone, but she is in my heart and memory. She was a wonderful cheerful lady; always smiling and joking around with me when I worked near her office before I retired in December 31, 2013. She loved talking about her family especially her Garner State Park visits with her family. She will be truly missed. My condolences to her family.

  15. Our deepest sympathy to Brian and Family ! We will miss Carol so so much ! love to all

    Kay, Kayla and Stacey

  16. Carol and I have been friends for many years the yay as have been on cruises,camping trips,and the beach house

    Carol and I have been friends for many years. The yaya sisters have been on a cruise,camping trips and going to the beach house having fun. There wasn’t anything she couldn’t do.

    Carol and I have been friends for many years and she will be missed. The yaya sisters went on a cruise, camping trips and the beach house and we had a lot of fun. She was the type of person that could do anything. She is in gods hands now. The family
    Will be in my prayers.

  17. I am so sorry for your lost you and your family are in my prayers.

  18. I haven’t seen Carol in a long time except on Facebook. We were friends in school and afterwards. She was very special and a good good friend to those close to her. My heart and prayers are sent to her son, sister, brother, and Dad. You will be truly missed.

  19. Rest well my friend, you are remembered with love. My sincerest condolences go to Brian & her entire family!! I truly wish I could have come to pay my respects at your Memorial Service. RIP

  20. Carol was sweet woman who always greeted people with a friendly smile. I enjoyed chatting with her about her weekend, her support for the Vikings, and her trips. Her passing is a shock and she will truly be missed.

  21. Carol was not only family but a wonderful friend, with an easy smile and infectious laughter. She was a bright light in our lives and will be missed. My heart is saddened for her loss and I am still mentally adjusting to it. I just know that her and my dad are sitting in heaven looking down on us and whispering to each other. They never talked about all that whispering they shared, but they sure laughed a lot while doing it. Love to my family and all they friends that took a moment to think of her… Kim

  22. Carol was a pleasant people to work with and a great listener. She was concern about you as a person she away made me feel good and had me laughing when I talk to her. If I needed to vent she would listen but what I loved is that I never heard what I said repeated around in the office. I never got to tell how much I appreciated her for that. I look forward to seeing her after her resurrection in God’s new kingdom. Without sickness, death, wars and hunger which is a enemy to mankind. Some of what Revelation 21:3 & 4 say about this. John: 5:29 & Act: 24:15 which talks about the resurrection. It will take sometime before your hearts fill better but remember God comfort the low in heart so pray to him to give you the strength not to go away but to bear it because the body and mine has to heal from such a shock.

    Millicent Fletcher

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