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Imogene M. Holman

Visitation:

Friday, June 3, 2016 from 6 - 8 p.m.at Waters Funeral Home in Vandalia.

Service:

Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at the Second Christian Church in Vandalia.
Music:
Clarice Cannon - pianist; church choir.
Interment:
the VandaliaCemetery.
Pallbearers:

Imogene M. (Douglas) Holman passed away at 8:30a.m. on Friday, May 27, 2016 at the Lexington Square Healthcare Center in Keokuk, Iowa. She grew up in the Elsberry area and was a 1951 graduate of the Lincoln High School in Louisiana, Missouri. Imogene was a full time homemaker during the years her daughter was in school. She cleaned homes for some of the Vandalia area residents for many years. Imogene was a long time member of and very active in the Second Christian Church in Vandalia. Her church activities included being an usher, singing in the choir and community service/fund raising events. Imogene also helped in the Salvation Army annual drive and the United Way. She enjoyed shopping, raising her flowers and green house plants and spending time with and taking care of family.

Born: August21, 1933 in Elsberry, Missouri the daughter of Earl and Izora (Harvey) Douglas.

Married: Charles Holmanon September 15, 1954 in Vandalia; he survives at the home.

Survivors include: husband, Charles of Vandalia; one daughter, Sheila Ann Owens of Omaha, Nebraska; three grandchildren: Felicia C. and husband, Larry Liddell of Omaha; Relonda N. Owens of Vandalia; Charles E. Owens and Jessica Anderson of Norfolk, Nebraska; four great-grandchildren: Reagan Anderson, Braylon Owens, Charlize Owens and Journey Owens; also survived by a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.

Preceded in death by: parents; six brothers; four sisters and son-in-law, Nelson Owens.

Memorials are encouraged to the Second Christian Church in Vandalia.


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