Dr. Biji Markose Susan Chirathilatt Holister

  • Born: May 31, 1967
  • Died: February 15, 2013
  • Location: London, Louisiana

Tribute & Message From The Family


Mrs. Susan Holister, age 94, went to be with her Lord and Savior, Friday, February 15, 2013 and now joins her husband, Joe.
She will be deeply missed by her children, Philip and Randal; grandchildren; great grandchildren; great great grandchildren; sister, Jean Hoffman; and nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday, 11 AM at her church Grace Reformed, 3330 Burlingame SW, Wyoming, with Pastor Rick Oppenhuizen officiating. Interment will be at Grandville Cemetery. Relatives and friends may meet her family Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the Cook Funeral Home (west building), 4235 Prairie SW, Grandville, and Tuesday from 10 AM until the time of her service at church. Contributions in memory of Ann may be made to Spectrum Hospice or Grace Reformed Church.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

sorry for your loss,

Posted by james mcgregory - batesville, MS - Friend   September 10, 2016

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Rest In Peace

Posted by Matt McKinnie - Campbellton, FL - Friend   July 12, 2016

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TODAY IS OZZIE'S BIRTHDAY, THE YEAR 1960, APRIL 17TH ON EASTER SUNDAY. BEFORE HE PASSED HE SAID HE WANTED TO BE A MINISTER, HE WAS A VERY SPIRITAL PERSON. HE HAD A GOOD SENSE OF HUMOR AND THE LIFE OF OUR FAMILY. WE MISS HIM DEARLY, I KNOW HIM AND CRYSTAL MUST BE HAVING A JOYEST TIME TOGETHER. PLEASE JOIN WITH US TO WISH HIM A HAPPY BIRTHDAY.
RIP WE LOVE YOU AND CRYSTAL VERY MUCH

Posted by Virginia McGant-Jones - Silver Spring, MD - Mother   April 17, 2016

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Posted by asdsadsa - dssadas, KY - sdasad   December 20, 2015

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This Tribute is in remembrance and dedication to my earthly father, Mr. James Finley Osborne. Born on May 28, 1925 he passed away on October 5, 2015 at the age of 90 years old. He is survived by one daughter, three sons, the eldest to the youngest as follows: Danny James Osborne, of Reno Nv.: Shelly Dee Powell, of Granada Hills, Ca.; William Joseph Osborne, of San Diego, Ca.; and Richard Kieth Osborne, of Sparks, Nv. At the time of his death he also had several grand children by two of his sons, Danny and William and their wives.

James Finley Osborne was a very gentle, loving, kind, intelligent, generous, and caring human being, who was dedicated to the support and well being of his family and to being a good father. Aside from the infinite, faithful, and true love of God, the greatest love I have ever known is the love of this man.
Now that he is gone my life will be forever changed. In my mind the image of who he was and all that he meant to me, will be forever engraved upon my heart and will live on in tributev of his legacy, as I carry His memory with me.

May the good Lord accept you into the gates of heaven with arms wide open and the words, "well done my faithful servant". You were deeply loved and you will be greatly missed by all who knew you. Rest in Peace.

Posted by Shelly Powell Osborne - Granada Hills, CA - Daughter   October 18, 2015

George had an inquisitive mind. He sought answers to the eternal questions and lived according to his understanding of them. In a world torn by the most ignorant and brutal savagery he responded with reasoned love of his fellows. He indeed personified the prime Christian virtue of love,eJ2Uh

Posted by Donald Penney - Jacksonville, FL - Brother   February 13, 2015

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Posted by Meslay - NY, IN   September 26, 2014

Where do you begin to express feelings for such a lovely Christian woman? The many years spent with Hank and Susan...playing games, laughing and talking, a wonderful example of family love. Anna always asked how my mother was and told me she prayed nightly for her, so very sweet. It was a joy to be part of all of your lives...her bright eyes will always be missed!

With Christian love,

Posted by Susan Ramos - Wyoming, MI - friend   February 23, 2013

Sorry for your loss. I can still remember your mother in the kitchen. Best of luck.

Gary Blue

Posted by Gary Blue - MI - Friend in high school   February 18, 2013

I have many memories of spending time at Aunt Susan and Uncle Hanks home. We had so much fun being "wild Indians", playing hide and go seek, tag and being pretty boisterous, but Aunt Ann never seemed to mind. She was always happy, easy going and loving. Like so many of her fun-loving sisters, she will be missed. What a joy to know that she is back with her sisters in heaven. Our sympathy and prayers go out to all my cousins. I miss seeing you all!!

Posted by Mary - Avon, IN - niece   February 18, 2013

so many good memories of time spent with you and all the cousins. She was such a sweetie, will be missed by all. Prayers and sympathy with all of you. We love you Bettie

Posted by Bettie - spring lake, MI - niece   February 17, 2013

Dear Family members: As Jesus opens out His arms and welcomes your dear Mom and Grandma in His Heavenly Home what a greeting she will
receive. What a reward for all her loving kindness she has shown to others
and giving of herself - "walking the extra mile" for anyone in need of a
friend, and her precious smile. Loved her sense of humor and ready wit
and laugh. We have such great and precious memories of your Dad & Mom
and all of you (when you were younger): the picnics, beach trips, and just visiting. She will be missed dearly. Just think how amazed she will be
walking in God's garden with all those flowers. Our love to all of you and
the assurance of our prayers on your behalf in your loss but her celebration
of "going home".
Great memories...Love,
Mac

Posted by Mac - hudsonville, MI - friend   February 16, 2013

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Grandma I love you & will miss you. So glad I got to see you a couple of years ago. Give grandpa a hug & kiss for me when you get there. I will always remember when I stayed with you and had my little turtle pond out back. Thank you.

Posted by Tami Cary - Garden City, KS - granddaughter   February 16, 2013