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Hugh R. Holling

Mr. Hugh Richard Holling “Dick”, age 90, formerly of Fenton went to be with his Lord, February 28, 2018. Born May 26, 1927 in Pontiac, Michigan to the late Wilton and Erma (nee: Loucks) Holling. Dick is survived by his devoted children, Karen Fehrenbach(Charles Buchard), Kevin Fehrenbach,and Kimberly Mikat (Jeffrey Falcon); grandson Kyle Mikat; nephews and nieces from the Sherman and Holling families; and special friend Louise Kinsman. He was preceded in death by his parents, his Brother Earl Holling, his sister Dorothy (Holling) Sherman and his loving wife Betty (Leighton) Holling. Dick grew up in Ortonville Michigan. Immediately after graduation, Dick joined the Air Force and served from 1945-1947. He worked nearly 40 years for Bridgestone Firestone as a successful salesman. Dick was married in 1978 to Betty. They were constant loving companions for 38 years. He enjoyed golfing, gardening, dancing, reading, attending church and watching the backyard wildlife. Family and friends were very important to Dick, and he was quick to share a smile or some life philosophy. Dick was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Fenton, MI. A memorial service honoring Dick’s life will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of Fenton, on Tuesday, March 6th at 3pm. Friends may gather from 2pm until the time of his Memorial Service. Interment will be held later this year at the Great Lakes National Cemetery. Charitable contributions can be made to the First Presbyterian Church of Fenton in his memory.

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Posted: Thu, March 01, 2018

 
Dick was a great guy. He reminded me a lot of my Dad. I felt connected to him the minute we met. It was a genuine pleasure working with him and his family. He was, and always will be, the perfect embodiment of the "Greatest Generation" Future generations will stand on his shoulders.He will be missed.

~Eric Hakel    


 
So so sorry to hear of Uncle Dick’s passing. I’ll always remember his quick wit & contagious smile. He was always a gentleman with a huge heart. He is now in heaven with the rest of the “icons” era reminiscing about all the good times that were had by all.

~Tami Macgregor-Nedeau    


 
Always the Gentleman, Always the Smile and hearty greeting from Dick. When he walked into a room, Everyone took notice and shared his handshake, hug and interesting stories. I am sure he has now strode though The Gates, and Everyone there, has turned their heads, and exclaimed their Happiness he has now arrived Home to our dear Aunt Betty.

~Ron Bilton    


 
Dick and Betty were wonderful people, with beautiful souls. They were great neighbors and friends. Happy they are together again! Prayers and blessing to the whole family

~Polly and Bill Sheppard    


 
Dick was a wonderful human being with a kind personality and great smile as well as a big heart. You were loved by your friends and family Dick. Its now your time to rest and smile down on us and be back with your dear Betty. You were truly loved by all. God bless and rest in peace;

~janet falcon & Fred Klein    


 
Dear Kim, Karen, and Kevin, Thank you for sharing your dad with us at Abbey Park...He was a joy to chat with and I enjoyed singing with him in the talent show...He sang "Do Lord" with me and now he's in glory Land with his Lord...He'll be missed by all! Prayers! In Christ, Dawn L.

~Dawn Ledger    


 

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