Johnathan Holloman

Sunrise: September 18, 1985

Sunset: January 22, 2019

Johnathan Holloman passed away January 22, 2019.

Wake Service Wednesday, February 6, 2019 6:00pm - 8:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Graveside Service Thursday, February 7, 2019 11:00am Rosewood Memorial Park 631 N. Witchduck Road Virginia Beach, VA 23464 Memorial Service Thursday, February 7, 2019 12:30pm Metropolitan Funeral Service Granby Chapel Interment Thursday, February 7, 2019 11:00am Rosewood Memorial Park 631 N. Witchduck Road Virginia Beach, VA 23464

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    Manos osmir says

    Thank you John for being one of the best human beings I have been blessed to meet. Your presence on this earth was a blessing and you will be missed. Do your family I say I can’t imagine the loss, and I wish you all well in this tragic time. Although John has left this world, his light continues to shine in all of you.

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    Arnetha Bryant and Family says

    I so sorry about y’all loss but my heart hurts because y’all hurts so I will always remember you as the loving and kind person you were love y’all always

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    Pastor Linda Smith says

    My Deepest Condolences and Prayers are with you and your Family. May God’s strength be upon you All…
    Pastor Linda C Smith and the Greater Divine Covenant Ministry Family

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    Brandon Bowden says

    John one of the kindest souls I’ve had the pleasure of meeting I wasn’t as close to you as I was Stanley and Randy but you definitely left your impression on me you will forever be missed and loved by so many rest easy bruddah

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    Mildred Lamb says

    I am so sorry you left us . But your light will always shine in your babies . My heart is heavy . They we be just find Rest Now ?

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    James Gentry says

    I’m sitting here at your old house on Honeygrove where it all started. Sherwood “Wayne” is with me. Of course we had to stop by our old spot Glory’s Bakery. I sit here remembering all the laughs, good times and my best friend and who you were. You were your own universe having that gravitational pull keeping all of us orbiting around you. You gave friendship a whole new outlook in my life. You John loved like no other, you lived like no other. To say one of a kind is an understatement. Part of you will always be with me until we meet again. I love you and these past 21 years of friendship were the richest most memorable times. I love you brother.

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    Eddie Johnson says

    “He only half dies who leaves an image of himself in his sons.” – Goldoni

    John was a great guy and outstanding human being. I wish there existed more people like him. Last time I saw him he beamed with happiness talking about his children.

    His musical talent knew no bounds. He was great at every single instrument he touched.

    My profound sympathies to the Hollowman family.

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    Rev. Louise knight says

    MY condolence to the Holloman family. I will keep you in my prays.

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    Pastor Renae Jackson says

    To the Holloman family, we give our condolences to the family you are in our prayers may God comfort and strengthen you all at this time. Love Pastor Walter & Renae Jackson Church of Jubilation
    Hampton, Va.

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    CLinton Cuffee says

    Bishop Clinton and Pastor Joyce A. Cuffee

    To Bishop and Apostle Holloman and family, you all have our condolences at this most difficult time. We know sometimes words can not always comfort our hearts, but just knowing someone cares is sufficient. May the Holy Spirit comfort your hearts with the comfort only He can give. The Freedom By The Word Ministry of Virginia Beach, Va., family love you all.

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    Reginal and Felicia Johnson says

    My prayers are with our family at this time and always. May you remember the good times and it brings Joy to your heart ❤️. I pray that God would wrap his loving arms around his beautiful kids and the rest of the family. Love ͏y͏o͏u Rhonda and Randy,

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    DeCarla A Green says

    To the Holloman and Thompson family: May the peace and love of God be with your family during this time. Just know we (your family) are praying for you all. Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. We love you, DeCarla, Arthur, Jamal and Alana Green, Killeen, TX

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    Julie T says

    John was loved by so many in such a lasting way that only further speaks to his genuine spirit. My thoughts are with his family.

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    James Dombey says

    Words are inadequate to express the sadness over the loss of John Holloman.
    John’s unique, talents, musicianship and friendships brought so many gifts to our lives…..”I am really going to miss you brother.” Please accept my sincere sympathies for our loss. Willfully the close love and thoughts of those around us will help comfort us through the difficult days ahead.
    In grievance, we are remembering and honoring him. In mourning, we hold tight to the echoes of him for peace and comfort. In strength, we lean on our friends as we all share grief at this time. In sorrow, we mourn the loss. In gratitude, we embrace our friends and family. With sympathy and condolences, WE WILL NEVER FORGET JOHN HOLLOMAN.

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    Lucille s. Diplache says

    Lucille s Duplache my prayers and thoughts are with you my family during this time. May you find peace knowing that God and others care and praying for the family. Love you Aunt Lucille

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    Lucille s. Duplache says

    To the Thompson family: mayThe God of all comfort strengthen the family at this time. God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes. With Love your Family Lucille sam Duplache ,Baton Rouge. Louisiana

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    Brenda Burwell says

    To the family my condolences , live in Henrico never met him and only heard great things about him and his love for his music and his kids …. condolences to his Holloman family and may he rest in eternal peace ….??

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    Melvin Outlaw says

    To the Holloman family, you have my deepest sympathy in the passing of your son. God will give you comfort through this, & know that you are truly loved & cared for. May the strength of the Lord hold you up.

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    Virginia Boyd says

    Condolences to Apostle Rhonda and Bishop Holloman I pray that God will continue to strengthen you both in this time of sorrow, prayers I’ll continue to go up?❤

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    Nicole says

    My heartfelt condolences are with the Holloman family and friends. I went to elementary school with Johnathan(Luxford). We were in orchestra class together. I only have good memories b/c he was such a nice person. I briefly left the area and returned. It still hurts to know that someone I know has passed away. The bible offers uplifting words that I have found to be comforting, encouraging and strengthening, and I hope theses verses will do the same for you, John 5:28,29. 1 Corinthians 15:26. Psalm 147:3.Ezekiel 18:32.

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    Patti Spain says

    Thinking of John and his family today. Wish I could be at the service but I have no transportation. John was such a great person and will be sadly missed. This has been so heartbreaking. I’m wishing all the best for his children and nothing but love.

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