Milissa Jo Codden- Holmes of Cadillac went to be together with her Savior, Christ Jesus, Wednesday afternoon, February 17, 2021 at her residence. She was 61.

Milissa was born March 7, 1959 in Cadillac to Raymond A. and Arlene A. (Hill) Codden, Jr.

She graduated from Cadillac excessive Faculty in 1977. Milissa was a cheerleader when KISS got here to Cadillac and developed many lasting friendships.

Milissa later married Dale Holmes and co-owned Holmes Logging with him, taking good care of all of the enterprise administrative wants. Milissa went on to work as a pharmacy technician at Cadillac Household Pharmacy in addition to Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital. Through the years Milissa labored in numerous positions on the hospital from the emergency division to registration, making baked items for each division.

Milissa cherished to bake and cook dinner and shared that together with her sons. She had a coronary heart for Jesus and cherished serving others. Milissa was heat and welcoming to everybody. She additionally cherished her cats, Child and Hank.

Throughout her current well being issues, she remained robust in her religion, totally counting on Jesus for energy and luxury. She by no means wavered, however all the time held onto the hope for Salvation that’s freely provided to all those that imagine.

She is survived by her sons, Parker (Lauren) Holmes of LeRoy and Hunter (Alexis) Holmes of Marion; Dale Holmes of LeRoy; her mom, Arlene Codden of Cadillac; sisters, Connie Boerema of Traverse Metropolis , Mary (Brian) Jones of Grand Rapids; nieces and nephews: Stephanie Walters, Tyler (Corinne) Jones, their son, Wyatt, Lauren Jones, Trey (Astrid) Jones.

Milissa was preceded in demise by her father, Ray in 1982 and her particular Aunt Arlene.

Memorial visitation will likely be held Saturday, February 20, 2021 from 3:00 to six:00 pm on the Peterson Funeral and Creation Providers in Cadillac. Her closing resting place will likely be Mount Carmel Cemetery in Cadillac.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions could also be made to St. Jude Kids’s Analysis Hospital. A web-based guestbook is out there at