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Birth Date: 1959-03-19Death Date: 2017-11-11
Funeral Date: 2017-11-17
Biography :HOLTON Michael “Mike” Dale Holton, 58, Of London Passed Peacefully Surrounded By Family And Friends November 11, 2017 At 1:42 P.m. In Mount Carmel West Hospital. Born March 19, 1959 In Columbus, He Was A Son Of Roger Dale Holton And Mable Louise Johnson. Mike Had Been An Electro-Mechanical Project Specialist At The Brillo Manufacturing Facility (Purex, Dial, Church & Dwight, Armaly Brands) In London For 40 Years. Mike Did Not Know A Stranger. He Had The Gift Of Drawing People In But Kept Those He Really Loved And Cherished In A Small Tight Knit Circle. If You Were A Part Of That Circle You Were Blessed. He Was Very Talented In Problem Solving And Fixing And Making Things. His Intelligence, His Beautiful Eyes, Strong Hands, Ups....Read more

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My condolences to the holton family.I am praying for you. No one is Prepared for a loss ,please find solace in knowing that Mike is resting in God's hands. Mike or "Micky" as I called him and I worked together at Armaly brands for almost 3yrs after I Graduated from college. His knowledge on machines, troubleshooting skills,passion towards his work,his sense of humor,strong work ethic ,willing to teach/learn and the absolute love he had for his family was admirable. Mike was always there when I or others needed him and would stop what he was doing to lend a helping hand everytime someone was in need. He was a RARE gem. He was very proud of his family and especially his daughter who was attending college at the time. He would always tell me "Listen to me son ,I could teach you a thing or two if you pay attention".May your soul rest in Peace Mike and THANK YOU for all that you taught me. Martin Kirirah.
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Jackie, I am so sorry for you and your family's loss. Mike was a great guy. He was so proud of his children and bragged about them. May he rest in peace.
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My deepest sympathy Jackie. He sounded like an incredible man! Please know I'm hear for you in any way possible. Love you. Joni
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I am very sorry for your loss. I wanted to share a hope that has anchored me as I've sailed the ocean of loss. "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” (Revelation 21:4) Death is powerful, we ultimately cannot fight it. But Jehovah God is more powerful then death. He can and will restore those who have died back to life. At that time, those living will live on the earth under the conditions described above. No more will we fear losing someone we love in death. May this hope give you comfort as you try to move forward.
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I am so very sorry for your loss.
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I was very saddened to hear of Mike's passing. My deepest condolences to Jackie, their children and families. I thought Mike was one of the smartest individuals I have ever met. In the several years I have known Mike, I found him to have a superior talent for finding solutions for problems, understanding concepts and turning those concepts into reality. It has been a pleasure to have known him. Sincerely, Gilbert C. Armaly
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I have this correct now. As I said, I worked with Mike for nearly forty years. We worked together as Electo's for 17 years and he always took the best course. His memory and depth of knowledge of plant issues was the best I ever saw. I will miss him dearly. As a friend and fellow electrician he was one of the best I have ever had. My condolences go out to his family.. He was a good man. Jeff Williams.
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I worked with Mike for nearly 40 years.
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