William "Randy" Randall Hollier

October 14, 1944 - August 23, 2020

William “Randy” Randall Hollier, age 75, peacefully passed away on August 23, 2020, in Beaumont, Texas.

Randy is survived by his loving wife, Peggy Creel Hollier of Nederland, Texas; his three children, Troy Hollier and his wife, Melanie Hollier; Keisha Wiggins and her husband, Nowell Wiggins; and Clint Hollier; his four grandchildren, Christopher Wiggins and his wife, Addy Wiggins; Haley Wiggins and her fiance, Jhon Santos; Haden Wiggins; and Miranda Hollier; one brother, Walter Brent Hollier; one sister, Darlene Orsack; and two great-grandkids. He is preceded in death by his parents, Francis and Gladys Hollier; and brothers, Phillip and Loren Hollier.

Randy was born October 14, 1944. He graduated from Port Neches Groves High School and joined the Coast Guard to courageously serve our country. He then started his lifelong career with Texaco and retired from Motiva. Randy was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church in Nederland, Texas.

Randy was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and loyal friends to many. He enjoyed hunting gardening and socializing with others. His family and friends will always remember him as a generous and selfless person.

A memorial service for Mr. Hollier will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m., Friday, October 9, 2020, at Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street, Nederland. His cremation arrangements were handled through Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont.

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Elise "Tootie" Williams

My prays are with you and your family Peggy

Helen Coleman Dora

Randy always had a smile on his face - never such what he was hiding behind it but it was something you didn’t want to miss. Thank God for the gift of memories. Memories will always lift your spirit and bring comfort. May God bless you and your family

Nowell Wiggins

Randy was one of the best men I have ever known. He and Peggy have had a lot of close friends for decades which says a lot about the both of them. They are the best in laws anyone could have ever asked for. Randy worked countless hours even after retiring. He had a kind heart and was always willing to help anyone. I’m grateful my kids had a wonderful grandpa to set so many wonderful examples. I will miss him for the rest of my life but I’ll see him again and next it’s forever in HEAVEN.

Tammy Wall

Praying for this sweet family. Haley was my teacher assistant and she is so sweet.

Gayle Hurley

My condolences

Sunny Mallett West

We are so very sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers. Sincerely, Sunny and Courtney

Darrell Segura

I worked with Rand y many years at Texaco through Motiva. There was none better or friendlier than Randy Hollier. He will definitely be missed by anyone who ever knew him. My sincere condolences go to his sweet and dear wife Peggy and family. One day we will reunite with our dear friend. God bless.

John Zipprich

My prayers and sympathy are with Randy’s family . Randy was.a fine man and a great person.

Martha Wright Patton

So sorry to hear about Randy’s passing. Prayers for you all.

Johnny Krautz II

i had the honor of knowing and working with Randy. A fine man for sure that will be missed by many. Condolences to the family..

Susan Martin McDonald

We were neighbors on 35th Street in Nederland when I was growing up. Prayers to the Hollier family.

Terrell Bailey

Randy was the best friend that I’ve ever had. We were best friends from the first time we met. If we didn’t see each other for a year or more and then saw each other it was just like everyday. He was the most positive thinking person I’ve ever known. He was the most generous, caring and selfless person. Randy was always funny. I loved him like a brother. We went through some good times and hard times together.

Terrell Bailey

Randy was the best friend that I’ve ever had. We were best friends from the first time we met. If we didn’t see each other for a year or more and then saw each other it was just like everyday. He was the most positive thinking person I’ve ever known. He was the most generous, caring and selfless person. Randy was always funny. I loved him like a brother. We went through some good times and hard times together.

Hedy Ryder

My prayers go out to Peggy and family,. You are always in my thoughts..