January 15, 2000
| Vernon Holloway|
| September 15, 1919
Richmond, Virginia (1919-09-15) |
Jean Estelle(d), Vernon, Jr.(s), Lee Anthony(s)
Vernon Holloway Wikipedia
Vernon Caryle Holloway, Sr. (September 15, 1919 – January 15, 2000) was a Florida businessman and politician.
He was born in Richmond, Virginia. He founded Interstate Electric Company, Inc. (1949) in Dade County, Florida. He served eight years in the Florida House of Representatives and six years in the Florida Senate representing the 39th District in Miami.
Senator Holloway died on January 15, 2000, at the age of 80. He is interred at Oak Hill Cemetery, Nyack, New York. He is survived by his wife, Roberta G. of Tallahassee, FL, his children, Jean E. LeDew(d) of Lake City, FL, Vernon Jr.(s) of Lake City, FL and Lee A.(s) of High Springs, FL. Also (6) Grandchildren and (4) Great Grandchildren.
Source: New York Journal News obituary and his son, Vernon Jr., 05/08/2012.