OBITUARY

Layton Holladay

December 9, 2001February 6, 2019
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Layton Holladay was born on December 9, 2001 and passed away on February 6, 2019.

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  • Memorial Service Sunday, February 10, 2019
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Layton Holladay

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Molly Mason

February 14, 2019

Heartfelt condolences to you Rhett and your entire family during this difficult period. May the good Lord comfort and console you all, forgive Layton of all his earthly sins. May Mother earth rest gently on him.

Denise Hanna

February 11, 2019

Dear Rhett, Craig and Cody,
Brendan sadly shared the news of Layton’s passing with us, and our family is so sad for your loss. He was a sweet young man, and I enjoyed seeing him in carpool each week. He was always so kind, considerate, and pleasant. Your family is in our prayers.

Ethan Manning

February 11, 2019

Layton, it’s been 5 days since your passing and I miss you a lot already. I remember you from Iron academy, and we were right there. When you were at millbrook I didn’t get the chance to talk to you as much. We hung out a few times and I thoroughly enjoyed each of those times. I wish I made more of an effort to chill with you more as you were an awesome person. I love you and I’ll remember you forever. Believe me when I saw that your passing has made a huge impact at millbrook. All of my drug using friends have quit all synthetics because of you and I’m doing my best to make sure they keep up with their decision to quit. Live it up in heaven. -chicken

Lynne Dodd

February 11, 2019

Rhett, Craig, and Cody..you all are in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time. Please let us know if we can do anything for you. May God give you peace and strength in the days ahead and be with you wherever you go.

Brenda Yeager

February 10, 2019

So sorry for your you lost, may God give you peace at this time.

Harrison Brown

February 10, 2019

My most vivid memory with Layton was when him, Cody and I where outside in the driveway with the basketball goal lowered down to 8 foot having a dunk contest. At this time, both Layton and I were hovering around that 4’5 height while Cody was probably already 6 foot. So as we watched Cody throw down 360s, windmills and things like that, Layton and I were trying to figure out a way to even touch the rim. Next thing I know, Layton is putting a bucket upside down right in front of the rim that’s acting as a boost for us to jump off of. And of course, Layton definitely was shoeless. So now after we found a compromise to the uneven competition, we could have our dunk contest...great idea bro!

Be Rudolph

February 10, 2019

Prayers and love to you, Rhett.

Anna Kirk

February 9, 2019

I will always remember Layton as the barefoot boy who loved to climb, play ball, and play video games. You guys are in my thoughts and prayers. Oh the many memories we have from the Baseball field, to NRCA, to sledding and fondue during a snow storm, to the trip to the mountains. You will be missed here on Earth. I find great comfort knowing you are a child of God and are running barefoot in heaven with Jesus.

Mick Prochaska

February 9, 2019

My deepest sympathy to your family at this painful time. I pray that your treasured memories of Layton will keep you strong.

Stephanie Bartsch

February 8, 2019

Our sons played travel baseball together on The Heat & we have so many wonderful memories of fun family time with teammates and families. Thank you to Layton & his wonderful family for being such a special part of that! Our love & prayers to your family. May your faith & your many wonderful memories bring you peace & comfort now & always. 🙏
💕The Bartsch Family

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