Jensen Holliday Obituary, Death – On November 19, 2022, the world said goodbye to the generous and creative light of Daniel Jensen Holliday, II. His passing occurred on a Saturday. Jensen Holliday was born on July 21, 2003, in Baton Rouge to parents Susan and Dan Holliday. He was their first child. After going to St. Aloysius Catholic School, Jensen applied to New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA), where he was eventually accepted and where he received his diploma in 2022. Jensen’s abilities were noticed and admired by both the students and the faculty at NOCCA, who helped shape him into the person he is today.
After completing his high school education, Jensen relocated to the Big Apple to continue his education at the New School’s Parsons School of Design. Jensen was only 19 years old when he died, but he had already managed to personify the genuine qualities of love, caring, and kindness. Jensen had a way of making other people feel comfortable and accepted, and he always seemed to find a way to make them laugh, even when life seemed like an uphill climb. The world was a better place as a result of Jensen’s gentle nature, endearing personality, and kind and compassionate spirit.
Jensen is survived by her mother, Susan (Brooks), and her father, Daniel Ducatel Holliday III; her sisters, Laura “Caroline” and Charlotte Brooks Holliday; her grandmothers, Estelle Borne Holliday and June McDonald Brooks; her aunts and uncles, Jennifer Holliday Tompkins (Peter), Chris Holliday Lanata (Tony), Julie Holliday Crifasi (Chris), Ellen Holliday, Matt James Michael Holliday, their brother, as well as their grandfathers, Daniel Jensen Holliday and Laurance Waddill Brooks, Jr., passed away before him. St. Aloysius Catholic Church, located at 2025 Stuart Avenue in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, will be the location of the funeral services that will be held on Friday, December 2, 2022.
The visitation will begin at ten in the morning and continue until twelve in the afternoon. The funeral mass will start at twelve o’clock in the afternoon, and it will be followed by a Christian burial service at Resthaven Cemetery, which is located at 11817 Jefferson Highway in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Millard Callicott, Alex Crifasi, Patrick Crifasi, Henry Galindo, Matt Holliday, Brian Kronenberger, Nicholas Lanata, Jody Montelaro, and Drew Sellers will serve as pallbearers, and Chris Crifasi, Peter Tompkins, Tony Lanata, and Max Montelaro will serve as honorary pallbearers. Other people who will serve as pallbearers include Max Montelaro The family requests that in lieu of flowers, you remember to love God, love your neighbor as much as you love yourself, and be kind to someone who is different from the norm.