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Keith Edward Holler

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Keith Edward Holler Obituary
Keith Edward Holler

- - Early in the morning, March 8th 2018, Keith Edward Holler passed away in his sleep at the age of 78. He was born June 22nd 1939 to Thurman and Esther Holler in Jamestown PA. In 1960 while stationed in Amarillo TX he met his wife Altalona and married her March 14th 1965. They had three children, Keith Dwayne, Jeffery, and Rhondalyn (deceased). He was grandfather to six, Christopher (deceased), Melinda, Tracilynn, Cassandra, Ashley, and Kaitlyn and was great grandfather to five, Ibrahim, Draven, Elijah, Felicity, and Theadora. He was twin brother to Kenneth (deceased), brother to Nancy (deceased), and has three living siblings Butch, Judith Ann, and Caroline. He was friend and relative to many more as well. He was an Air Force and Marine Veteran, serving in the Vietnam War, and had a passion for mechanics, cars, and motorcycles. He retired from Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station in 2004. He was quiet and proud, known for being stoic and mostly serious, carefully choosing when to let out a joke. He was quietly compassionate and always wanted to the do the right thing as well as everything the right way. Services to honor and remember him will be March 19th 2018 at 10:30 a.m. following a viewing for close family at 9 a.m. and viewing for friends and family at 9:30 a.m. at Chapel of the Chimes in Glendale AZ. Keith Edward Holler will be escorted by Patriot Riders, family, and friends to be laid to rest at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona at 12:30 p.m. that same day with friends and family welcome to gather in his home afterwards to share in love and respect for him. For more information or to leave a tribute to Keith please visit
Published in The Arizona Republic on Mar. 14, 2018
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