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Chad Holcomb

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Chad Holcomb
1965 - 2021

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Chad was born on March 3, 1965 in Amarillo, Texas, son of George and Kay Frosch. This is where he attended school until he was 12. He moved to Terrytown, Louisiana and finished his education. On June 9th 1985 in Marrero, Louisiana he was united in marriage to Diana Billiot. They were blessed to give birth to Jade Holcomb. He worked as a roofer, Tug Boat for J Stone Company, a welder offshore, he worked in construction for Hedrick rentals, on his mom & Dad’s shrimp boat. Chad was a Jack of all trades. He enjoyed working on & owning classic pickups. He enjoyed riding horses at the Lazy K horse stables where he had a horse. He loved the mountains especially riding horses with Jade in the mountains. He loved to dance & had a love for music. He was always the life of the party. Chad loved life to the fullest.

Survivors include Jade Holcomb and partner Nicole Keller of Belle Chasse, La. His two sisters Parish Hedrick and her husband Tim of Hooker, Oklahoma, Gina McKinny and her husband Lynn of Clarendon, Tx. One brother Jarrod Frosch and his wife Tammy of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. Eleven Nieces and Nephews : Tessa, Schuyler ,Jessica ,Jarrod Jr., Alissa, Garrett, Timmy, Mandy, Skylar, Ashton, Jamezee; Twenty great nieces and nephews.

Chad was preceded in death by his parents.

A memorial service will be held at: Petite Occasion Hall. 861 Behrman HWY Terrytown, La. on Sunday Dec. 5th 1:00-5:00.
December 3, 2021
I will always remember my uncle Chad and how full of life he was.
Edie Peterson
December 4, 2021
Chad was definitely one of a kind , great sense of humor and loved having fun . He definitely battled with some hardships that he struggled with in this difficult world we live in . You will be missed , I look forward to seeing you in Paradise in a world that is new and without the problems we all face now . Love you cousin 💗