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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christine wolf

Posted at 04:03pm
I was not sure I wanted to share this as it was a private moment with Tony as my boss at the time. I was going through some tough times, trying to decide which direction I wanted to go at my current job at Broan Mfg., I talked to Tony, he and I go back a long way at Broan, is advice to me was, I will never forget, and I live by this to this day, "Remember that there are 3 things that are really important, " God, Family and your job, and... a job is just a job!)
He taught me that there are really only 2 things, "God and Family" Tony will be alive in your hearts forever!

L Holl Posted at 07:47pm

Thank you so much Christine!

Brenda K Kannenberg

Posted at 10:43pm
Hi Laura and family. I know Dave already posted a message, but I wanted to share my memories of Tony. First, I want to offer my deepest sympathy to all of you. The last time I saw Tony, was at the county fair a couple of years ago. Dave and I had just become first time grandparents the week before and we talked about how much he enjoyed being a grandpa, and all the fun we had ahead of us. We talked about both Kyle and Eric, and how proud he was of both of them and how cool it is to have grown up kids!

Dave always spoke of how much he enjoyed his time working with Tony at Broan, and whenever we ran into him, it was like no time had passed. Conversation just picked up like we'd seen him just last week.

He was a special man, and it was always obvious how very much he loved his family.

He will be missed.

Brenda Kannenberg

L Holl Posted at 07:17am

Thank you so much! Laurie

Brenda Kannenberg

Posted at 08:48pm
Laura & family,
I got to know Tony during my short stint at Broan from '86 to '90. We always took time to visit when we ran into each other.
I remember the first time I saw him after he retired. It was in Fleet Farm. I asked how it going now that he was retired & he replied,
"Dave, Every day is a Saturday, so it's going pretty good!" Brenda & I extend our deepest sympathy for your loss.

Dave & Brenda Kannenberg

L Holl Posted at 07:18am

Thank you so much, Dave. We enjoyed seeing your family grow up. Laurie

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!

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