Elizabeth Hinton Holman Thomson of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, died Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at DCH Regional Medical Center. A graveside service will be held today, March 24, 2017 at 11 a.m. in Evergreen Cemetery with Reverend Michael R. Bailey officiating and Norwood-Wyatt Chapel Funeral Home directing. The family will receive friends at the cemetery before and after the service.Lib was preceded in death by her parents, Mary Alice Strong Hinton and George Lycurgus Hinton, Sr.; her husband, Richard Price Holman in 1996 and her second husband, James Addison Thomson, Jr. in 2015. She was also preceded in death by her brothers, George L. Hinton, Jr. and James L. Hinton and sisters; Elon Miller Hamner Mackey, Mary Jean Hinton, and Dorothy Hinton Crawford.She loved her family dearly and is survived by her four children; Sallie Holman Davidson (Christy Bush Davidson) of Tuscaloosa, Mary Elizabeth Holman Cole (Ralston Pittman Cole) of New Orleans, Louisiana, Richard Price Holman, Jr. of Tuscaloosa, and George Hinton Holman (Valerie Gayden Holman) of Birmingham; grandchildren, Elizabeth Davidson Bearden (Dr. Jason Randall Bearden) of Tuscaloosa, Richard Bush Davidson (Jenny King Davidson) of Tuscaloosa, Captain Lear Holman Williams USMC (Jennifer Lotz Williams) of Pine Knoll Shores, North Carolina, Patrick Hinton Williams of Houston, Texas, Sylvia Gayden Holman of Denver, Colorado, and George Hinton Holman, Jr. of Birmingham; sister-in- law Jean Jolly Hinton of Tuscaloosa, brother-in- law, David L. Crawford of Marion Junction, Alabama; and numerous nieces and nephews.Lib was born June 23, 1930 in Tuscaloosa. After graduating from Tuscaloosa High School she received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Alabama where she was a member of Chi Omega sorority. She owned and operated Lib Holman Interiors, Inc. for many years and served as a director of Albert Holman Lumber Company, Inc. and as Vice-President of Holman Wood Products Company, Inc. She also was a longtime member of the Alabama Forestry Association. Lib was the first woman to serve on the Tuscaloosa Board of Directors of First Alabama Bank (now Regions).She was a member of First Presbyterian Church where she enjoyed attending Bible 101 Sunday School class and was also active in Circle One. Lib was an avid bridge player and loved playing bridge with her many friends. Active in civic work, she served as Northport chairman for the United Fund, Red Cross and March of Dimes. She was a member of the Northport and Tuscaloosa chambers of commerce, the Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society, and was a former member of the Junior Welfare Association (now Junior League), as well as a member of several study clubs and Mardi Gras clubs. We acknowledge with much gratitude all of her wonderful caregivers, especially Nina Allen, Linda Hambright, Betty Traywick, and Katrina Brown. We also would like to thank Veranda Melton and all of the dedicated staff at Capstone Village.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to First Presbyterian Church, 900 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401 or to your favorite charity.