ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Holly McInturf-Powell. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Holly Powell on April 6, 2021
What can I say that would describe my best friend, my love, my beautiful wife, my true soul mate? Absolutely amazing in every way. She was the kind of person that you were lucky to have known. She was my everything and the one and only person who never gave up on me even when she probably should have. She helped me in ways that I didn't know were possible and I wish I could have made more of her time with me better. I'm grateful to know that she was finally happy with who she became and that she felt like I have made up for all the mistakes I made in the beginning of our relationship as adults. We've known each other our entire lives. She just lived 3 houses down from me when I was just 6 and she 7. We became best friends both relating on so many levels. I truly believe that our souls are connected on another level. We used to play house on her front porch and pretend to be husband and wife. She was the first girl I had ever kissed. My first girlfriend. I moved to another neighborhood and we lost touch but as fate would have it, almost 20 years later we picked up exactly where we left off. It was really hard for both of us in the beginning and I wasn't in any sense a good guy but Holly (even dealing with things that absolutely destroyed her) she still found a way to never give up on me even for a second. I took that for granted and almost lost her but I proved to her I was willing to do whatever she needed me to do so we could be together. I'm six years clean from heroin because she helped me find a part of me I didn't know existed. She was the most amazing person I have ever been blessed to know let alone marry. It would have been 5 years in October. That's not even a a quarter of the things she has done for me. I'm forever grateful and thankful for her. She was a great mother to our son and she would often tell me about her children and how much she loves and misses them and she that was her ultimate goal was to just have a family with all of us. She had to go through some things that alot of people couldn't have and that just made her stronger. She was a totally different person than she was at the beginning and she was better for it. Her older daughters,who are just as amazing as she was ,was able to come down to Texas from Ohio and be with her for at least a little bit and I know that Holly would have done backflips just to hear them speak to me and I am very grateful for that. I know I could go on and on but I myself am dealing with feelings I have never felt so I am having a hard time finding the right things to say. I love you babygirl and we miss you so so badly. I know she is watching all of us,her mom and dad,sisters, her children and she would be proud of all of us. R.I.P. my love, I'll see you soon. Love your husband Jason.
Posted by Ashley Pounds on April 5, 2021
Thank you for being the role model you were. I'm am forever grateful that we crossed paths. Words can never express how thankful i truly am for you.
Another guardian angel I had the pleasure of sharing amazing memories with.

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Posted by Holly Powell on April 6, 2021
What can I say that would describe my best friend, my love, my beautiful wife, my true soul mate? Absolutely amazing in every way. She was the kind of person that you were lucky to have known. She was my everything and the one and only person who never gave up on me even when she probably should have. She helped me in ways that I didn't know were possible and I wish I could have made more of her time with me better. I'm grateful to know that she was finally happy with who she became and that she felt like I have made up for all the mistakes I made in the beginning of our relationship as adults. We've known each other our entire lives. She just lived 3 houses down from me when I was just 6 and she 7. We became best friends both relating on so many levels. I truly believe that our souls are connected on another level. We used to play house on her front porch and pretend to be husband and wife. She was the first girl I had ever kissed. My first girlfriend. I moved to another neighborhood and we lost touch but as fate would have it, almost 20 years later we picked up exactly where we left off. It was really hard for both of us in the beginning and I wasn't in any sense a good guy but Holly (even dealing with things that absolutely destroyed her) she still found a way to never give up on me even for a second. I took that for granted and almost lost her but I proved to her I was willing to do whatever she needed me to do so we could be together. I'm six years clean from heroin because she helped me find a part of me I didn't know existed. She was the most amazing person I have ever been blessed to know let alone marry. It would have been 5 years in October. That's not even a a quarter of the things she has done for me. I'm forever grateful and thankful for her. She was a great mother to our son and she would often tell me about her children and how much she loves and misses them and she that was her ultimate goal was to just have a family with all of us. She had to go through some things that alot of people couldn't have and that just made her stronger. She was a totally different person than she was at the beginning and she was better for it. Her older daughters,who are just as amazing as she was ,was able to come down to Texas from Ohio and be with her for at least a little bit and I know that Holly would have done backflips just to hear them speak to me and I am very grateful for that. I know I could go on and on but I myself am dealing with feelings I have never felt so I am having a hard time finding the right things to say. I love you babygirl and we miss you so so badly. I know she is watching all of us,her mom and dad,sisters, her children and she would be proud of all of us. R.I.P. my love, I'll see you soon. Love your husband Jason.
Posted by Ashley Pounds on April 5, 2021
Thank you for being the role model you were. I'm am forever grateful that we crossed paths. Words can never express how thankful i truly am for you.
Another guardian angel I had the pleasure of sharing amazing memories with.
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