Leonard Magruda “Lil Jupe” Holloman

June 3, 1950 - February 7, 2021

06/03/1950 - 02/07/2021

HARRELLSVILLE, NC – Leonard Magruda “Lil Jupe” Holloman, Jr., 70, of Mount Pleasant Wharf Road, passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 7, 2021 at the home of his daughter. 

Jupe was born on June 3, 1950 to Leonard Magruda Holloman, Sr. and Lillian Hoggard Holloman in Ahoskie, NC. He was an avid reader and outdoorsman, loving all nature had to offer. He enjoyed sitting on his porch quietly to watch the wildlife. He was a devoted father and his grandsons were his pride and joy.

Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by his grandson, Steven Cannell, Jr., brother, Nathan Hoggard White, sisters; Lula Pearl Owen, and Mary Elizabeth Frost, and brothers-in-law, Bill Frost, and Glenn Owen.

Left to cherish Jupe’s  memory is his son, Leonard Magruda Holloman, III and wife Caroline of New Port Richey, FL; daughter, Sarah Megginson and husband Mike of Corapeake, NC; grandson, Michael Andrew Megginson Jr., mother of children, Barbara Holloman of Harrellsville, NC; sister, Lillian Johnson of Harrellsville, NC; sister-in-law, Jean White of Harrellsville, NC; and a host of nieces and nephews.

There will be a celebration of life service for family and friends at a later date at Christian Harbor Baptist Church Cemetery, Harrellsville, NC. We will update when service is scheduled.

Garrett-Sykes Funeral Service – Ahoskie Chapel is handling the arrangements for the Holloman family and online condolences can be directed to the family by visiting www.garrettsykesfs.com.

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Stephen W Guttu
1 year ago

Back in the mid-1960’s, I remember fishing Papa Joe Britt’s pound net pole fish hurdles with Perry and Lil Jupe. I never could figure out the hand-written map of which pole to “fish” around. All I do know is, we all caught fish! Lil Jupe’s sister taught Sunday School class at Harrellsville Baptist Church. I’m pretty sure Lil Jupe was there the Sunday I went with Perry. Lula Pearl asked me, “now who are you young man.?” My smarty pants response, “just a sinner from Ahoskie,” disrupted her whole lesson plan as Lula Pearl went on and on about “how we’re all just sinners.” All us boys snickered about how everything got side-tracked. I kinda remember Lil Jupe asking me to come back every Sunday to upset Lula Pearl’s class. God bless his family on their loss. I hope my memory gives them a smile in their time of grief.

Elizabeth (Wiggins) Merritt
1 year ago

So sad to see the passing of Lil Jupe. I went to school with him at Harrellsville School and then on to Ahoskie. Jupe was full of life, enjoyed so much and was always giving you a laugh. He will be missed and my sympathies go out to his family. RIP Lil Jupe!

Dr. Jeff CRabtree
1 year ago

Sending you lots of love and prayers during this difficult time. May the power and presence of the Lord fill you now with His power and presence