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Almando R. VanHolten Dies at 76

Almando R. VanHolten

Almando R. VanHolten died on Sept. 18. He was 76 years old. He was survived by:


Ruth Van Holten


Derek Van Holten, Dean Van Holten


Yvette Hodge-Brown, Yvonne Monica Thomas (Deceased)


Jacqueline Haynes-Van Holten

Adopted Daughter

Eddy Nolma


Jeffrey P. Brown I


Elton Van Holten, Esau Van Holten, George Van Holten, Salino Van Holten, Dino Van Holten

Antonio “Tony” Estrada, Alvin Newton


Lottie Van Holten-Lockhart, Alicia Van Holten- Moolenaar, Corrien Van Holten, Charmin Van Holten, Willa Van Holten


Chubby Lockhart


Patricia Thomas-Robinson, Marjorie Dewindt, Lorraine Thomas


Jamila Brown, Tinesha Brown, Tinequa Brown, 1st Lieutenant Mia Van Holten

Nickelle Van Holten


Jeffrey Brown II

Jaden Van Holten


Thelma Industrious-Todman

Luna Nibbs-Frett


Alfred Industrious

Special Friends

Elvin Frett, Elred Callwood, Yvonne Henley, Sherry Questel, Mr. & Mrs. Verdell Turnbull


Julien Industrious, Huston Harrigan, Gerald Industrious, Patricia & Earl Hodge

Special Niece

Honorable Judge Simone Van Holten-Turnbull, Tonya Van Holten-Joseph

Special Nephew

Anthony Fleming


Dean Van Holten, Jaden Van Holten, Nico Van Holten, Michael Smith, Owen Brownbill, Anthony Fleming

The funeral services celebrating his life will be held on Saturday, Oct. 7, at Blyden Memorial Chapel. The viewing will be held the morning of the service from 9 to 10 a.m. Interment will be private.

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