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Johnnie B Holland
Elm Grove Cemetery

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Johnnie (Jay) B Holland died September 8, 2003 at his home north of Chester, Oklahoma. Burial was in the Elm Grove Cemetery.

He was born September 3, 1925 at Weatherford, Oklahoma to Joe Thomas and Myrtle Ruby (Wells) Holland. He married Velma Miller and they had a daughter Kathy Jo. He later married Sue Morgan and to this union was born Twana Sue, Mark William and Melody Gail. He married Pauline Hewitt Baker September 10, 1989 at Canadian, Texas.

He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother and one grandson.

He is survived by his wife, Pauline, son Mark, Chester, Oklahoma, daughters Kathy Woody, Chester, Oklahoma, Twanna Holland, Anacortes, Washington, and Melody Holland, Spokane, Washington, S grandchildren, sisters Twana Graves, Mesa, Arizona and Helen Patterson, Abilene, Texas, many other relatives and friends.

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