Kirby R. Holler

Kirby R. Holler
Date of Birth: July 11, 1960
Died on: September 26, 2018

Pierpont, SD-Memorial service for Kirby R. Holler, 58, of Pierpont will be 10:00 am, Saturday, October 6, 2018 at Heaven Bound Ministries at Pierpont. Rev. Rhia Strohm will officiate.

Inurnment will be in Homer Cemetery at Pierpont.

Visitation will be for one hour prior to the service at the church.

Kirby died September 26, 2018 at Groton Care and Rehabilitation Center.

Kirby Ross Holler, son of Frank and Edna (Wahl) Holler was born July 11, 1960 at Webster, SD. He grew up on the family farm west of Pierpont, graduating from Langford High School with the class of 1978. Kirby then attended Northern State College, earning his Bachelor of Science in Speech Therapy.

Kirby was united in marriage to Natalie Olson on June 6, 1981 at Langford. They then moved to Spearfish, SD where he owned and operated Holler 66 Service Station. Kirby later worked for Muth Electric for many years as a foreman. He then began traveling to disaster areas across the United States, working for Asplundh Tree Service. Recently he was employed by Jacobson Electric in Groton. He was once a partner in Andover Bar and Grill.

Kirby enjoyed hunting, fishing and did taxidermy. He loved the outdoors and spending time with his dog, his favorite was named, Randy. He loved being a father and grandpa and talked about his children with great pride.

Grateful for having shared Kirby’s life are his wife, Natalie; daughter, Rachel Holler of Huron, SD; sons, Clint (Lisa) Holler of Bowdle, SD and Hunter Holler of Huron; six grandchildren and brother, Scott (Diane) Holler of Holabird, SD.

He was preceded in death by his parents and three half-brothers, Dale, Harlow and Dwayne Holler.

Honorary Urnbearers will be Robert Voss, Dennis Marske, Randy Tewksbury, Jim Hepper, Mike Claymore, Russ Swanson and Collin Paulson.

Carlsen Funeral Home and Crematory of Aberdeen has been entrusted with arrangements.

Comments

  1. Clinton I. Jacobson says:

    I have met many people, but not like Kirby Holler. He was very nice to be around, always so positive and friendly, not to mention the stories about fishing, hunting, dogs, family, Our family extends it’s most sincere sympathy to the Holler family. It was our pleasure to have known Kirby and be his friend. I believe he set a good example on how to look at life and know that Kirby is going to a better place. Love Clint & Audrey Jacobson

  2. MARA MAGER says:

    My thoughts and prayers to the Holler family.

  3. Cindy Holler says:

    Sending prayers to the Holler family. I will keep Kirby in my prayers. Cindy

  4. Jerry Skaare says:

    Scott – Sorry to hear about Kirby’s passing. I still remember those childhood Sunday trips to your farm and playing throughout the farmyard.

  5. Tamara Baumann-Rhames says:

    Go with a God Kirby. I will remember our past fondly. Nobody understood disco like you. I will love and miss our past. Dear Scott – I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. To Kirby’s children – I am so sorry for the loss of your father. With love , Tammy

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