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Milton E. Holtz

April 30, 1935 - January 9, 2019

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Posted by:
Gloria Gibler

Posted on:
January 18, 2019

Alice and family. So very, very sorry for your loss. I did not know about it in time to attend the funeral. Prayers for everyone in the family. Even though I did not take any classes at Tarkio College with him, I have fond memories of both of you - also I am always glad to see the girls every once in a while. He will be missed.

Posted by:
Shayla, Justin, & Tristan

Posted on:
January 14, 2019

Grandpa, my heart is filled with the fondest memories of you - I will miss you dearly. I’m so happy you’re experiencing Heaven's bliss, but I wish you could have met your first great-grandchild before you went home. I’m glad your wife got to be by your side as you went to Heaven. Grandma, I love you so very much and I can't wait until I can hug you and see your beautiful smile again. I'm so sorry your soulmate is departed from you - I can't imagine what that must feel like. Please let yourself grieve, but also let yourself live. Go where you want to go, do what you've always wanted to do - Grandpa went on his new journey and when you're ready, I hope you find your path to happiness once again. Let yourself be; Grandpa will always be in your heart, no matter where you go or where you are. I hope you find your peace and what joys life has yet to offer. To Grandma, Aunt J, Uncle Russ and family: Grief is a necessary part of our healing. To run from grief is to run from the very thing that can quell the pain of our loss. Grief cleanses the anguish from our souls and sets us back up on the path of life so we can dance. Grieving is the process God uses to bring us to a place of wholeness. It is a necessary part of our journey to find healing (Matthew 5:4). I don’t know what words to offer as comfort for those who remain, only that I know we are in great pain but Grandpa he is not: "Those who walk uprightly enter into peace; they find rest as they lie in death." -Isaiah 57:2 I love you all. My heart mourns and my eyes pour tears - I feel loss more deeply than I can describe, but I hope I could let a little light shine in the darkness. All my love, Your eldest Granddaughter: Shayla (Holtz) Bonnie, Justin Bonnie, & Your Great-Grandson Tristan Bonnie

Posted by:
Kathy Blanchard

Posted on:
January 13, 2019

Alice and family, I'm so very sorry for your loss. Losing loved ones is so hard. Praying for peace for you and your family. Alan and Kathy Blanchard

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
January 12, 2019

Alice and family May your heart find comfort in knowing Jesus understands and He is there... to listen, to love you and to wipe away your tears. We were neighbors when youngsters, a little relation too. He used his talents that God gave him in many ways to better his life and the lives of those around him. In loving sympathy, Bill and Kathleen Haber

Posted by:
Rosemary Raasch

Posted on:
January 11, 2019

Alice & Family, I regret that I won't be able to attend Milt's funeral service, but am offering my sincere and heart-felt sympathy to you and to yours in your recent loss of your loved one! He has been a faithful hubby, father, grandfather and friend to so many people. And, he was one of our class's close buddies, too. I know he has touched many, many lives wherever he went, and I know he will be sorely missed. During this difficult time, may you find many memories to bring smiles, friends and family to give you comfort and hope, but your LORD to bring you PEACE! ! ! Please know that you and yours are in my thoughts and prayers, Alice. (I SO feel for you at this time!) With prayerful sympathy, Rosemary

Posted by:
Jessica

Posted on:
January 11, 2019

Alice, I am so very sorry to hear about your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and in my prayers.