Death of Beth Holm

Many of you knew Beth Holm, wife of Rand Holm.

Rand posted the following on Facebook:

Saint Elizabeth, my wife of 46 years, companion for 48, mother of our wonderful children Sharran and Ariel, and Child of God, now belongs to the ages. She was born with enormous challenges and faced them fiercely and bravely. In the last 15 years of her life, she spent her time fighting a hard battle every day and being a light and inspiration to everyone she came into contact with. If you knew her you were lucky. I was, and remain, the luckiest of all…

Please keep Rand and their daughters in your prayers.

6 thoughts on “Death of Beth Holm”

  1. My condolences to Rand and his children and extended family. We have lost (for now) a very special woman. Rest in peace and rise in your new glorified body, dear Beth. See you again soon.

  2. Dear Rand,
    These news touch me very personally. You baptized and recommended me to become a student at Ambassador College. I fondly recall babysitting for Sharran. Okay, my diaper changing skills proved to be catastrophic. Still, the trust you both placed in me was humbling. Beth was (and still is) a remarkable woman. Her courageous fight against all odds was an inspiration to many. Beth‘s gentle demeanor, sincerity and strong faith will always be cherished.

  3. My condolences also, Randy. I recall your first sorrow, the sudden death of your first born infant, at Phipps in Denver. Now a second sorrow, the temporary passing of Beth. Thanks for your leadership over the years, from Phipps under your mentor Guy and Penny Englebart to Seattle and beyond. May God continue to provide you the strength to lead us on. Gary Zink, Seattle.

  4. Dear Rand

    My deepest condolences for your loss. During my time at AC Big Sandy so many years ago, I discovered as many others have that she was a very special person (you also) that exemplified the love of Christ living her & shining thru her. All of us have been blessed thru her life. God bless you.

  5. Rand — so sorry for your loss. We remember many good times together. Please accept our deepest sympathies. May the God of grace grant you comfort and peace.

  6. Hello Rand–sorry to be late but sad to hear of Beth’s passing–she certainly fought a good fight–fond memories of the day we spent at the Reagan Library and the article we had for Reconcile–I know you have lots of warm memories to cherish of such a non-complaining stalwart lady of faith and a wife and mother. I know Curtis and Roger appreciated your and her support of ORM–look forward to seeing you again in the near future–Neil and Susan Earle

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