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Michael Lee Holley
June 11, 1953 ~ November 14, 2023 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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Mr. Michael Lee Holley was born in Talladega County, AL. on June 11, 1953, to the late Mr. Luther Holley and the late Mrs. Beulah Holley.
He is preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Mr. Luther Holley Jr., Mr. Robert Charles Holley, and two grandchildren, Miss Jalaura Holley and Jaylen Heath.
Mr. Holley entered the arms of the Lord for eternal rest on Tuesday, November 14, 2023, leaving behind a legacy that will forever thrive in spirit on earth and in Heaven.
He leaves to cherish his memories 12 children: Mr. Kenya (Tiffany) Taylor of Camden, Arkansas; Mr. Omkeo Pearson and Mar'shea (Authur) Holley, both of Alexander City, AL; Mr. LaKeon Holley; Mr. JaMichael Sanders; Mr. Jovita (Latonya) Sanders; Mr. Joshus (Tonya) Sanders; Morgan Holley, all of Sylacauga, AL; Mr. Lavanta (Pamilla) Holley of Anniston, AL; Ms. Stardeidre Harrell of Goodwater, AL; Ms. Latonya Jeffries of Augusta, GA; Mr. Michael Holley Jr. of Bristol, CT. Two sisters: Ms. Alethia Thomason of Birmingham, AL, and Ms. Mary Jordan of Sylacauga, AL. Three brothers: Mr. Randy (Valerie) Holley of Detroit, MI., Mr. Byron Holley of Killen, TX. and, Mr. Dennis Garrett of Sycamore, AL. Along with his children, He is also survived by 39 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, one aunt, Ms. Jewel Kelley of Alexander City, AL, one uncle, Mr. Matthew Davis of Sylacauga, AL. and a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives, including two special friends, Mr. Eddie Morris and Mr. Malcom Harvey whom he all treasured and closest to his heart. Mr. Holley was a person of many talents. Making everlasting memories from Alabama all the way to Connecticut. He will truly be missed by many and loved by all.