Anthony Holl

Anthony Gerard "Tony" Holl

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Anthony “Tony” G. Holl passed away from complications following surgery on Friday, May 22nd at the age of 64. He was born in Hartford on December 12th, 1955 to Henry and Helen (nee Barchent) Holl. He was united in marriage to Laura Giencke on October 4, 1980 at St. Peter Catholic Church in Slinger.

Tony enjoyed small engine and lawn mower repair, his dad’s Minneapolis Moline tractor and snowmobiling. He liked collecting a wide variety of things, mostly acquired from rummage sales, flea markets and farm toy shows. He especially loved spending time with his grandsons. His favorite activities included pulling them around in a trailer behind the garden tractor, taking them to parks, playing Checkers, and sharing lunch with them at their school.

Tony is survived by his loving wife of 39 years, Laura; his children, Eric (Katie) Holl, Kyle Holl; grandchildren, Connor and Brandon Holl. He is further survived by his sisters, Helen Langenecker and Rita Holl, his brothers-in-law Harold Dietenberger, Herbert Breuer; and sister-in-law, Kathy Holl. He is further survived by many sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Norman Holl, his sisters, Carla Dietenberger, Carol Breuer and Theresa Aker.

Due to CDC restrictions, a private Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Peter Catholic Church in Slinger. Private interment will take place at New St. Peter Cemetery.
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    New St. Peter Cemetery
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Private Mass due to CDC guidelines and restrictions.


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Catherine Weinreich

Posted at 02:42pm
Laura & Family, I didn't know Tony but after reading the nice and fun times shared, I'm sorry I never met him. It's great you were both able to spend a lot of time together with your grandsons and will all have many great memories to cherish.
I'm very sorry for your loss. My condolences to all.

Catherine Weinreich

L Holl Posted at 08:10am

Thank you, you are so sweet! I hope you are well. Laura

Dennis and Marlene Bell; Bob and Lois Traska

Posted at 01:44pm
In loving memory of cousin Tony. He will be greatly missed.
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L Holl Posted at 07:24pm

Thank you so much!

Mike Ackerman & John Deere Motor Grader Team

Posted at 09:09am
Our heartfelt condolences to you Kyle and your family. So sorry to hear about your father. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.
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Patty Beck

Posted at 04:12pm
Laurie and Holl family - Tony was truly a kind, big hearted, happy go lucky man. He absolutely loved his family and I'm sure you knew it. He couldn't stop talking about his grandsons, he was so proud to be a grandpa. He loved his sons and especially you Laurie. Tony always said to me "I can't believe she married me!" Tony was a special person that was so much more than a great boss. He was a great friend and would do anything for you. I think I bought my last 2 or 3 snow blowers and lawn mowers from him. I remember him always saying to us "We should write a book about work, you can't make this stuff up!" I wish we would have put some of those memories down, although some were not always pleasant, we sure did have a good share of funny memories. I remember the story about Bill stealing Tony's Planters Peanut pen and holding it hostage, then sent a photo to Tony of the pen in a chair taped down! He didn't like that one bit! As funny as Tony was, he always had a serious side too. He would know immediately if something was bothering you and would take you in his office and set you down to see what was up. And of course, you would walk out of their not remembering why you were worked up. He had such a good heart. Tony will be sadly missed by me and my family.

L Holl Posted at 08:04am

Thank you does not seem big enough words for how much this tribute means to me.. . . and to my kids who are begging for memories and tributes to the 'work' side of their dad. I remember the Planters Peanut Pen caper! . . . so funny! and, for the record, I can't believe he married me! We had a semi retirement, as a couple, for the past few years but were so looking forward to a real retirement. We planned to hit rummage sales on Thursdays (when all the good stuff, like broken down lawn mowers and snow blowers were available). Tony loved that you and the others were keeping in contact with him! Know that your friendship with him means a lot to me.

Brian Breuer

Posted at 09:58am
I have many fond memories of Uncle Tony. Uncle Tony would always remind me that he was the best and fun Uncle. I enjoyed driving his mini-bike and cruising in the AMC Gremlin getting soft serve ice cream at Jim's Bakery. Driving an IH Scout bouncing through a field was another impressionable event for a guy yearning for a drivers license. I got a summer job at Broan in assembly with a friendly reminder that his reputation was on the line when I started. I was successful enough that he asked others to join the fun. RIP you will be missed.

L Holl Posted at 08:11am

Tony would so love that label...the FUN uncle! He was a kid at heart, always! I am sure your Mom did NOT know you were driving with Uncle Tony...that made it all the more fun, I am sure. He would have sent me into the house to not watch while Brandon or Connor were driving some motorized vehicle around. He did not throw all caution away, but he would want them to have fun. Thanks, Brian, Margaret and family for staying in touch! PS We still like photos for our refrigerator! Sometimes, I have to resort to printing a family photo off of f.b. but they are there.

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