One of the last surviving Navajo Code Talkers has passed away at a veterans home in Ivins, Utah. Samuel Tom Holiday passed away Monday evening, surrounded by his family, at the age of 94-years-old. Holiday will be buried in Kayenta. “The Spectrum” reports Holiday was 19-years-old when he went through Marine Corps boot camp in 1943 and went through training to become a code talker. In World War Two, code talkers played a valuable role to send messages and code to allied forces by using their native language. It was a code the Germans and Japanese couldn’t break. There are believed to be less than ten code talkers alive, with the last original code talker Chester Nez passing away in 2014.