Jonathan Todd Holliday unexpectedly left this earth on March 13, 2020 at the young age of 26 after faithfully serving as a U.S. Navy Corpsman for five years.

He loved God with all of his heart, was a true outdoorsman and a lover of life. He loved snorkeling, hiking, camping, skiing, boating, biking and photography...any type of outdoor adventure! Jonathan also had a deep love for all animals, continually taking in strays.

Jonathan never met a stranger and continuously had an ear-to-ear smile that would light up any room. He was truly a friend to all and absolutely loved lending a helping hand to those in need. Jonathan was loved by many people, as his sweet and fun personality made it impossible to not love him. He lived more in his 26 years than some people do in a lifetime, making every moment an adventure continually reminding us to #TRUSTINHIM.
Trust in Him. This was a lasting memory Jonathan Holliday left for his family and friends when he left this world much too soon after 5 years of service as a Corpsman in the U.S. Navy.Jon was one-of-a-kind. His purpose was to bring joy and light to every single person; and if he were still here, he surely would want you all to know that whatever you are going through...whatever pain...you are never too far from the love and grace of God.Jon showed love to others in so many little ways, like the time he slide a comforting note under his aunt's bedroom door.

The note included many Bible verses along with these encouraging words:

TRUST IN HIM!
He will Listen!
He will Acknowledge!
He will Comfort!He will Lift You Up!
He will Love You!
Be sure you are looking to Him for your needs, not to others. For it is not their place to give you what He can give.

We pray that Jon's heart for God will live on in you as you reflect on his handwriting on these products offered by his family. Jon will forever be missed and we will never forget his constant reminder...to "Trust in Him." We will all make it in these tough times, and can't think of a better time to take to heart the words Jon said all those years ago. Proceeds from these items will go to help other veterans and to support suicide prevention.
 
 
Trust in Him is a brand in memory Jonathan Holliday who left this world much too soon after serving as a Corpsman in the U.S. Navy. Products depict his handwritten message, and proceeds will be dedicated to helping veterans and suicide prevention.
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