Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home & Cemetery

14501 North Ih-35, Pflugerville, TX


Jeffrey Lee Holler

13 May, 195515 April, 2020

Jeffrey Lee Holler, 64, of Austin, passed away on April 15, 2020. He was born to Robert and Shirley Holler on Friday, May 13, 1955, in Peru Indiana.

Jeff grew up a child of the Air Force, which allowed him the opportunity to live around the world. He grew up playing basketball, football, and golf. Golf was his favorite and he won many awards throughout the years. He graduated from Del Valle High School in 1973. He then joined the US Air Force, where he served from 1973-1984 earning the rank of Staff Sgt. While in the Air Force, Jeff continued his love for playing football, but more importantly his love for playing golf. He won many tournaments while serving in San Vito, Italy. After the military, he made a career out of insurance. He worked as a claims adjuster at multiple companies and worked for South Austin Medical Clinic, making sure they got paid by the insurance companies.

Jeff’s main goal in life was making others smile and making sure that they were doing ok. He was known for his random and simple acts of kindness, whether they were just because or he knew somebody needed some help or a pick-me-up. He was also known for his jokes and one-liners. You never knew what was going to come out next. Haha. No matter what he was doing, his favorite reward was smiles. His passions for golf and football continued, especially college football. Hook’em Horns! Oh...and we can’t forget his Coca-Cola. He always had a cold can with a straw.

Jeff was preceded in death by his parents Robert and Shirley Holler. He is survived by his daughter, Michelle Holler; his son, Michael Holler and Laci; granddaughters, Kacee, Ryleigh, Dakotah, Caidence, and Felicity; great-granddaughter, Nevaeh; sister Nikki Grant and Brian; nephew, David Holler and Misty; multiple great nieces and nephews; and other extended family and friends.

At this time, a Memorial service is being planned for a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Onion Creek Baptist Church or Disabled American Veterans.


  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, 23 May , 2020


Jeffrey Lee Holler

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Debbie Freeman

10 May 2020

Jeff went to the same high school as all of my family members. He also lived in our neighborhood. I recall him as a kind and friendly person. I often saw him working on his family’s car and yard. He was a good man and I know that he will be missed dearly.

Laura Stark

24 April 2020

I'm saddened by the news of Jeff's passing.
I had a special friendship with Jeff in High School; He was always a
bright light to me. I happened to run into Jeff a few months ago, that would be the last time I'd see his light.

Laura Stark

Becky Smith

23 April 2020

I was blessed to have had Jeff as a friend. He was definitely a perfect gentleman with an old soul. He was a tough bird- I'd see him walking down the hall at work with his head down & look of pain on his face but as soon as he noticed me there, he painted on a big smile & asked how I was doing. He made a difference in every life he came into contact with. Now that you're finally painfree Jeff - don't go crazy & end up on God's naughty list!

Janet Klatt

23 April 2020

I knew Jeff in high school. He was my boyfriend our senior year until I moved away (life of an Air Force brat). He was kind, caring, and considerate. Sincere condolences to his daughter, his son, and his sister Nikki.

Deb Sorrells

23 April 2020

I had the privilege of working with Jeff for a number of years at South Austin Medical Clinic. He was a true gentleman. Always made sure everyone got to their cars safely. He kept the Skittles jar on his desk full for the staff, and always had a smile.
He will be sorely missed.