InFormation (2021) Moments in Time 

People: Then & Now

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Viril Hagar

Viril Hagar

John Randy Hoffman

Date Listed: 1/13/2011

John R. 'Randy' Hoffman

668 Hamilton Ave

Palo Alto, CA 94301

Tim Hogan

Date Listed: 1/13/2011

Tim Hogan

John R Hollon
Nancy Hollon

Date Listed: 7/2/03 (1/20/2011)

John R. Hollon († 1942-2020)

5 Park Ln

Bedford, TX 76021

H: (817) 283-1930 (Nancy)

Bellarmine, BA, Louisville, KY (Philosophy) Magna Cum Laude, Major Professor was Dan Walsh, PhD. Center for the Study of the Family, MFC, Louisville, KY

Exec. Director, Drug Abuse Center, Louisville, KY Director, Council on Drug Abuse Control, Richmond, VA Exec. Director, Ithaca Alpha House Center, Ithaca, NY Assoc. Warden, Memphis Correctional Ctr, Memphis, TN Owner, Software Labs, Euless, TX IT Project Director, Excel Communications, Dallas, TX IT Project Director, Wal-Mart Stores Bentonville, AR Independent Consultant, If, When and however so inclined.

Boss = Nancy Wachter, Cincy--Mt. Adams group. We have two sons: Mark, born 1/13/72 in Louisville, KY, and Josh, born 1/1/73 in Richmond, VA (w/Norbie's help).

Boy, what a hoot! I am soooo glad that y'se guys saved this.

Great times, great memories.

"John R. Hollon BEDFORD--John R. Hollon passed away Wednesday, May 6, 2020. John was born in Brownsville, Texas, and received his BA from Bellarmine College after serving in the Navy. SURVIVORS: His wife of 50 years, Nancy; sons, Mark (Chris) and Joshua (Susan); grandchildren, Kelsey, Allison, Lauren, and Jakob; sister, Paula Rodriguez (Eduardo); and four nieces and nephews." Read more...

Fr. Mike Hoolahan, C.P.

Date Listed: 6/4/2011
Fr. Michael J. (Aloysius) Hoolahan, C.P. († 1932-2018)

Mater Dolorosa Retreat

700 N Sunnyside Avenue

Sierra Madre, CA 91024

(626) 355-7188

"Fr. Michael J. Hoolahan, CP, passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 2nd, 2018. He was 85. His last days were spent at Santa Teresita Manor in Duarte, CA. Five Carmelite sisters and two priests were at his bedside as he passed. Fr. Mike was born on Dec. 9th, 1932, in Jersey City, New Jersey. He grew up in Chicago, IL, and joined the Passionist Religious Congregation in 1955. He was ordained a priest in 1961. He obtained a Masters degree in Library Science from the University of Michigan, and taught at the Passionist Seminary in Warrenton, MO. He was later Director of Students, Provincial Consulter, Provincial Treasurer, Local Superior, and Pastor of Immaculate Conception Parish in Chicago, IL. For the last twelve years he has served on the staff of Mater Dolorosa Passionist Retreat Center in Sierra Madre, CA, and assisted at Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua Parish in San Marino, CA." Read more...

Richard Hughes Doug Nederveld

Date Listed: 5/15/2011

Richard Hughes

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

(727) 368-3023

Masters from St. John Provincial Seminary, Plymouth, MI in 1982, including spring semester 1981 in the Holy Land, the Galilee, Holy Week in Jerusalem, 5 days to Mt. Sinai, studies at Tantur Institute, the road to Hebron.

I spent several years working as a Religious Education Coordinator in parishes in Texas and then Michigan. After we moved to Florida, I was a recreation activities professional in long-term nursing care facilities. I retired in 2010.

In addition, to my wonderful years among your marvelous personalities, the late Bp. Ken Untener, Saginaw, was first my graduate seminary rector, and then my bishop. He was the closest thing I have met to a "saint". And of course, there is my lover and life-companion, Doug Nederveld.

The perfume of sour mash on the Louisville summer breeze. Honeysuckle blossoms along the path down to the pool. 'Sleeping' on the roof in the summer to escape the heat. Dan Atkins and "Murder in the Cathedral". Retreats at Gethsemane and chanting the Office with the Trappists. Fr. Ryan Clancy versus the new rectory edifice. Cherokee Park at its most verdant. 'Bama' Burns on being discalced: "Toes are repugnant!" I still hear it in his accent. Zorba-type line dancing in the Barn. Opa! Who were the hearty guys who slept out on the floating dock during our winter retreat at the cottage? "Bug juice" and afternoon snacks on the back lawn at St. Paul of the Cross, Detroit. Sensitivity sessions upstairs in the barn. PDQ Bach in concert at Bellarmine.

When I left the Passionist community, I eventually moved back to Michigan, but continued my involvement with the church and the charismatic movement. That led to two years in graduate seminary for the Diocese of Saginaw at St. John's Provincial Seminary, Plymouth, MI. I attained a Masters degree but parted company with the notion of priesthood. I used my degree to get employment as a Religious Ed. Director first t a parish in Lubbock, TX and then at two parishes in Flint, MI. That is where I met and fell in love with Doug Nederveld and we have been partners now for 28 years. He had a 30+ year career in prosthetics, owning his own business in Flint. After he sold the business in the early 90s, we made the move to warmer limes and now live in St. Petersburg, FL. Since then I had work as a recreational activities professional in long term care facilities, and as a Grant Assistant for an HIV testing office supported by the CDC and Suncoast Hospice. I retired in Dec. 2010.