ForeverMissed
Warren Holst, 67, of Hopewell passed away in the early morning on February 14, 2021, at Inspira Medical Center - Mullica Hill.

Born in Bridgeton, NJ, he was a longtime resident of Hopewell Township. He attended Immaculate Conception School, Bridgeton High School, and Goldey-Beacom College in Delaware.

He recently retired after working for Seabrook Brothers and Sons for over 30 years and at the time of his retirement, he was a maintenance/packaging supervisor. Prior to his time there, he trained horses for harness racing in Millville, NJ. Warren also spent a few years coaching his girls’ basketball team at West Park United Methodist Church. He enjoyed golfing and fishing, but his favorite times were spent with his granddaughter, Brielle. 

He is survived by 2 daughters, Jordain (Josh) Watts, and Rachael Holst; his brother, Woody (Jackie) Holst; granddaughter, Brielle Colangelo; and the mother of his children, Kelly Holst.

Warren was predeceased by his parents, Woodrow and Rosemary Holst.

At his request, no public services will be held. A private memorial will be held with family members. 

Fertig Funeral Home, LLC


Posted by kevin costello on March 2, 2021
Over the last 31 years I got to know Warren as a wonderful, kind soul, who never had a bad word for anyone. As a supplier for Seabrook Brothers and Sons, I found him to be dedicated to his job and always eager to learn and teach.
We sat down to many lunches together where he talked lovingly about his girls, mother, brother, and of course, beautiful Brielle, that always made him smile.
He loved golf, his golfing buddies and was very good at it. The Steelers were his team and he usually displayed that on the hat he wore. We were facebook buddies where he shared insightful quips and good music. I will miss Warren as he was truly a good man and will never forget him.

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Posted by kevin costello on March 2, 2021
Over the last 31 years I got to know Warren as a wonderful, kind soul, who never had a bad word for anyone. As a supplier for Seabrook Brothers and Sons, I found him to be dedicated to his job and always eager to learn and teach.
We sat down to many lunches together where he talked lovingly about his girls, mother, brother, and of course, beautiful Brielle, that always made him smile.
He loved golf, his golfing buddies and was very good at it. The Steelers were his team and he usually displayed that on the hat he wore. We were facebook buddies where he shared insightful quips and good music. I will miss Warren as he was truly a good man and will never forget him.
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Shared by Deanna Dean on April 2, 2021
Rachael and the rest of family I’m so so so sorry for your loss. Warren was an amazing caring man that I’m glad to have crossed paths with in life. Please let me know if there’s any way I can help in these hard times. With love. Deanna.