In Memory

Judi Holub

Judi Holub


This information was received from Brian Hastings.

I will add more details as they become available.

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03/02/11 09:38 AM #1    

Shirley Burleson (Espinosa)

I did not know Judi well at Mac, but we crossed paths again in 1973 when we both worked in the same department at USAA in downtown San Antonio, where she had gone to work straight out of high school.  I came to like and truly respect her.  She was working full-time and trying to get through college part-time.  She was a great gal, liked by everyone:  fun and good natured, thoroughly grounded, unspoiled.  She met a boy in Tampa on a business trip and shortly thereafter got engaged.  She moved to Tampa (1974?) to get married.  I hope she lived happily ever after.

04/04/12 09:29 PM #2    

Brian Hastings

Contacted Judi's younger sister on FB, and she said Judi passed away at 35 from a brain tumor. 1988
Brian 04/04/12

10/20/15 10:23 AM #3    

Shirley Burleson (Espinosa)

Here is a short obit and photo for Judi

BROLIN, JUDITH MARIE, 35, of St. Petersburg, died Wednesday (Feb. 1, 1989), at the Medical Center Hospital, San Antonio, Texas, after a lengthy illness. She was born in Bellevue, Ne. For 10 years she lived in the Tampa Bay area and was a claims adjuster for the USAA Insurance Co. in Tampa. Survivors include her husband, Rick, St. Petersburg; two sons, Troy and Joel Brolin; her parents, Jerome and Helen Holub, San Antonio; two brothers; and four sisters. Porter Loring Mortuary, San Antonio.

10/20/15 04:26 PM #4    

Peggy Wolf (Blair)

I didn't know Judi well, either, but what a funny turn life sometimes takes.  Judy's brother, Mike, is our daughter-in-law's father, who built our new home.  Strange, huh?

10/20/15 05:35 PM #5    

Phyllis Trcka

didn't know judy well, but have vivid memories of her. she was the sort i have always admired. gentle, soft spoken, sweet, always smiling and very beautiful inside and out. my heart goes out to her closest. such an untimely death. my mother always said 'the good die young' because the man upstairs needs help there, as well as here.






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