Hollice Black, was born on September 16, 1956 to Willie “Pops” Black and Opal Lee Black in Dallas Texas. Both parents proceed him in death. He closed on his heavenly mansion on June 14, 2021, A ‘Solider’ in the United States Marines he took pride in serving his country.
Hollice was born and raised in Dallas, Texas where he was a graduate of Roosevelt High School. After leaving the Marines he moved to San Diego, where he met the love of his life of 43 years Charlotte Antoine- Black.
Hollice loved his family and was a family man, always making time for his wife, his daughters, and grandchildren. He was the biggest fan of his beloved Dallas Cowboys and was the greatest grill master ever. Hollice loved the beach and playing football with his grandson Gionni. He was full of life and laughter. He retired from Rohr Industries in February 2020 where he received awards for excellence in service.
Hollice, is survived by his wife Charlotte Antoine-Black of San Diego CA, two daughters Charlene (Gerard Holiday) Black and Charda Black of San Diego CA, 3 grandchildren Gionni, Giselle, Giovonni Holiday. Three sister Evelyn and Glenda Black of Dallas TX, and Dorcus “Muffin” Dupree of Dallas TX and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and family.
Services are Saturday, June 19th at 11am from the Chapel of Anderson-Ragsdale Mortuary.
Burial to follow at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery.
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