Obituary and Service Information for Delmar Thomas Holt

Holt, Delmar Thomas

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Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery

Camp Hope for Disabled Veterans PO Box 52 Farmington, MO 63640

Delmar Thomas Holt, 88 of DeSoto entered into rest on Saturday, April 4, 2020 at Mercy Jefferson Hospital. He was born on August 16, 1931 at McFadden, Arkansas son of the late Melvin and Loreen (Givens) Holt. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a brother Willis “Ray” Holt, three sisters, Wilma Davis, Velma Davis, and Alma Dye and a step-son Steven Wayne Wagner.

Delmar retired from the U.S. Airforce as a Senior Master Sergeant having honorably served his country from 1950-1970 during both the Korean and Vietnam Wars. Following retirement, he enjoyed gardening, music and dancing, spending time with his grandchildren, and particularly enjoyed a good ice cream cone from Dairy Queen. He was a long-time and faithful member of Landmark Missionary Baptist Church of DeSoto.

He is survived by his loving wife, Patricia May (Chapman) Holt of DeSoto, three sons Daniel Holt of Farmington, Ronald Holt of Farmington, and Ray Holt of Farmington, a daughter Tracey Brossard of the State of Louisiana, three sisters, Doris "Dot" (Johnny) Hayes of Springfield, Illinois, Marilyn (Montie) Camden of Festus and Linda Miller of Herculaneum, three step-children, Scott Wagner of DeSoto, Dianna Boyer of DeSoto, and Rebecca Harrison of Troy, Missouri as well as numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews and many dear friends and neighbors.

There are no public services planned at this time. If memorials are desired, they may be made to Camp Hope for Veterans P.O. Box 52 Farmington, MO 63640.

Interment will be made privately at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

Arrangements are under the care and direction of the Mahn Funeral Home of DeSoto, Missouri. Share memories and leave condolences online at


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