Services for TCSO Deputy Who Passed Away from Covid-19 Set for Tomorrow
Services for Tulare County Sheriff’s Deputy Frank Holguin will be held tomorrow, February 23rd. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Deputy Holguin’s services are invite-only. However, members of the public are welcome to pay their respects during the procession, which will take place immediately following Deputy Holguin’s funeral.
The procession is set to begin at 11:15 a.m. tomorrow. It will start at St. Charles Borromeo Church (5049 W. Caldwell in Visalia), go down Akers to Goshen/Murray to Giddings, then northbound on Giddings straight into the Visalia Cemetery.
Deputy Holguin passed away on January 27th due to complications of Covid-19. He was 56 years old. He began his career with the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office in 2000 at the Bob Wiley Detention Facility. He also worked at the Adult Pre-Trial Facility, the Men's Correctional Facility, on patrol in Orosi, Tulare and Pixley, in the Courts and in Family Support Security.
Deputy Holguin is survived by his wife of nearly 33 years, Barbara; daughter, Serrena, and her partner, Jose Arias of Visalia; son, Frank C. Holguin, IV, of Visalia; granddaughter, Avery Rose Holguin-Arias, of Visalia; mother, Frances G. Holguin of Visalia; his brother Victor G. Holguin and wife, Gracie, of Hanford; sister, Yolanda G. Holguin, and partner, Ramon Rivas, of Visalia; and multiple aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces. ... See MoreSee Less