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Nelson Aaron Holley
October 21, 1961 ~ July 25, 2022 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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Nelson Aaron Holley II, age 60, died on July 25,2022 (in Staten Island University Hospital). Nelson was born on October 21, 1961, in New York City to the late Patricia Mitchell (mother) and Nelson Holley (father). He graduated from Curtis High School and completed two years of college at the College of Staten Island. Nelson worked at Chase Bank for numerous years, until he became disabled. Nelson loved his family and enjoyed spending time with them. Nelson loved to “MC”. He was known as the famous “DJ Evil Hollywood”. He was a social active man who was involved in D Jaying for most of his life. His friends and family will affectionately remember him as “Hollywood”. He was proceeded in death by his Mother Patricia Mitchell, father Nelson Holley, his brothers Orlando Mitchell and Michael Mitchell. Nelson is survived by his wife Cynthia. Three children Shawonna Shaw, Nelson A, Holley III, Brandon Holley, Andrea Holley daughter in law, Phyllis Cureton sister, Tracy Cureton brother in Law, Leonard Mitchell Brother, Janice Kirton-Mitchell sister in law, Damon Mitchell brother, Stephanie Holley sister, Aaron Jason Holley brother, Scott Holley brother, Raymond Holley brother, Holly Holley sister, Melanie Holley sister, Aarie Holley sister, Justin Holley brother, Deanna Holley sister, Tracey Holley sister, Marie Holley stepmother. He has eight grandchildren and one great grandchild. A host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Nelson will truly be missed.