Yvette L. Loadholt, fifty-three years of age, was born to the union of Alvester and Marsha Nadine Maryland. Yvette Loadholt, of Yonkers, NY in the early night of February 4, 2022 went home to be with the lord.
Yvette Loadholt was born August 25, 1968 in Mt. Kisco, NY where she was raised by her grandparents, after losing her grandfather at the tender age of seven Yvette then went to live with her mother, then moving to Ossining, NY where she continued grade school. Yvette went on to attend Ossining High and BOCES in Yorktown, NY where she graduated with a certificate in Cosmetology and her diploma in 1988. She landed a job at St. Matthews Daycare in Ossining, NY for over 5yrs. Yvette moved to Yonkers, NY and married her husband Calvin Loadholt Sr. on August 21, 1993. Over the years she gave birth to three sons who she loved, adored, and dedicated her life to raising.
Yvette was caring and loving, she so loved and adored children, Yvette had a sense of humor that was out of this world, if it was funny, she was definitely going to laugh, Yvette was happy, she was a people person, if she could help, she did, even lending a listening ear.
Her parents, Alvester and Marsha Nadine Maryland, grandparents Marshall and Mae Brown, a nephew Elac-Zar Brown, Mother-in-law Elizabeth Loadholt, and sister-in-law Lorraine Loadholt, brother in-law James Loadholt, all preceded her in death.
Her survivors include: husband Calvin Loadholt, Sr, sons, Brentin Brown-Bullock, Calvin Loadholt Jr., Donte Loadholt, grandson, Jayden Isaiah Loadholt, sister, Antoinette Brown, brother, Wayman Goree, sister, La Toya Dawson, sister in law Valerie Loadholt, brother in law Phillip Loadholt, sister in law Phyllis Loadholt, sister in law Belinda Loadholt, brother in law Herman Loadholt, Sr. sister in law Joyce Loadholt, sister in law Stephanie Loadholt, brother in law Melivn Loadholt and a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, She left a Host of other relatives and friends with memories that they will cherish for a lifetime
Yvette will be honored, remembered and greatly missed by everyone who had the pleasure of meeting, knowing and loving her.