People reacted with shock Thursday to news that the man shot to death by police during a domestic confrontation was a former teacher and a retired Marine.
After responding to a domestic dispute on May 9 at the Ivy Creek subdivision in Loganville, police reported they had no choice but to shoot the man involved. The man has been identified as Michael Holloway, 59, a retired special education teacher who had worked at Carver Middle School in Monroe after retiring from the Marine Corps.
Maj. Charles Davenport, USAF Ret., knew Holloway from the years they worked together at Carver Middle School. Davenport said he was saddened to learn Holloway was the man involved in the shooting.
“When I worked with him for three years, he was a wonderful man,” Davenport said. “We worked on the same hall, the eighth grade hall. I taught science