Toney C. Holton II
                                            October 19, 1956 -- October 2, 2020

Toney C. Holton II, 63, of Vandalia, MI, died on Friday, October 2 at his
residence after a brief battle with cancer. He was born on October 19, 1956 in
Sturgis, MI, to Robert and Virginia (Nobles) Holton. On August 13, 2011 in
Union, MI, he married Beverly Tastula; she survives. Survivors in addition to
his wife are three daughters, Morgan (Justin) Thompson of Wolcottville,
Tammy (Robert) McDonald of Jones, MI, Amanda (Michael) Albright of
Elkhart; five grandchildren, Jessie, Allie, Kyla, Colin, and Cooper; mother,
Virginia Holton of Sturgis, MI; sister, Bobbi (Al) Barnhart of Elkhart. He was
preceded in death by his father and two daughters, Jessica Holton and
Mattea Hope Holton. Toney was employed at Jayco for 29 years working as a
product design engineer. He attended Chapel Hill Missionary Church in
Union, MI. He loved everyone unconditionally and was known for his sense
of humor and infectious laugh. Toney was a great husband and a loving
father and grandpa. Visitation will be from 2:00 - 7:00 pm on Wednesday,
October 7 at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street,
Middlebury. Funeral services will be at 10:00 am on Thursday, October 8 at
Chapel Hill Missionary Church, 1425 Chapel Hill Street, Union, MI. Services
will be conducted by Pastor Jeff Snider. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery,
Howe. Memorials may be given to Pregnancy Helpline of Three Rivers.  

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From: Stan & Jackie Treadway
Bobbi and Al Barnhart, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your
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From: Daniel H. Shedd
This is a shocker. I liked Tony alot. If it weren't for Tony I would not have
made so many friends and had my best ever job at Jayco. Tony was the
head of shipping and receiving at Plant 8 and accepted me as a hiree so
Jayco hired me. Tony was a great supervisor and his style of talking and
relating to people reminds me of Andy Griffith, big grin and laugh, and
kinda laid-back casual acceptance that we all have a part in things and
don't get stressed with the way others work. I was sad when Tony moved
on to R&D but happy he had a position he desired. My sympathy to
Tony's family and friends, I am better for knowing Tony, hope I was good
for him. Thank you Tony, miss you again man