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Friday June 19th, 2020
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Hollie A. Talmo

Hollie Talmo (nee Harmke), 53, of Dumont passed away suddenly on June 16, 2020 at Pascack Valley Medical Center. Hollie is survived by her husband Wayne Talmo and Life Partner Eve Cappello. Hollie was a devoted mother to her children; Jessica, Mathew, and Morgan Talmo. A highlight in Hollie’s life was being able to spend the last month with her beloved grandson, Mathew. Hollie is also survived by her brothers James Harmke and his wife Lynn, and Thomas Harmke Jr. and his wife Pam, as well as a host of dearly loved nieces and nephews. She was born May 6, 1967 in Teaneck, NJ to the late Thomas Harmke Sr. and Gayle Harmke (nee Bauer). Hollie enjoyed many years working as a pharmacy technician at JTL Pharmacy in Little Ferry where she considered everyone to be a part of her family, including the many loyal customers. Funeral services will be held from 3-7pm Friday, June 19 at Riewerts Memorial Home, 187 S Washington Avenue, Bergenfield. Arrangements for a later memorial service are being made. In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Brain Tumor Association in Hollie’s memory are welcomed. 

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I knew Hollie when she was just a cute little kid. She lived on my street.( Lake St. in Bergenfield) she was always a happy kid running around like children do. Also remember her mom. One day I had heard they moved out. Never saw them again So sorry to hear of her passing.

Robert McDuffee Jun 19 2020 12:00 AM

Holly was my sisters best friend. She was apart of my life as long as I can really remember. When I was a young kid. Holly and Katie took me out once. .... yes. Only once...because I was a little kid and no one wanted to hang out with their little sister. I remember that night so fondly. I wanted to be just like them. As I got older I worked with Holly and Katie watching kids at our daycare and then she became my friend too. I have lots of great memories with her. We would laugh most days and she was the funniest person I knew. I would often remind her of that one time they let me hang out with them and she would laugh and say oh my god colleen I feel so bad now and Id just laugh at her. It was funny to remind her of that. She was a beautiful person and I love her. And will miss her dearly. I hope she will rest knowing she was loved my so many. Fly high my friend.

Colleen Doheny - King Jun 18 2020 12:00 AM

The first time I met Holly she was so kind and so warm just had this light about her. She loved squeezing my sons Leart chubby cheeks, I love going to the pharmacy and seeing her there we would have many conversations about life and family. My condolences for your loss, its a shock to everyone what a beautiful soul she was

Rezarta Osmani Jun 18 2020 12:00 AM

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Jonathan and JoAnn Franklin

JoAnn Jun 18 2020 12:00 AM