OBITUARY

Jeffrey William Holland

June 10, 1959November 3, 2018

Jeffrey W. Holland, age 59, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 3, 2018, at Methodist University Hospital in Memphis. He was born June 10, 1959, in Helena, to Milford "Bill" and Sally (Fields) Holland. He married his wife, Deloris Holland, on May 5 1985. He had his son, Joshua Holland, on June 5 1988, and his daughter, Jessica Holland, on November 12 1990. He attended school at Central High School in Helena, AR. He started working in the construction industry as a carpenter straight out of high school, and eventually found a permanent position at Flintco, where he eventually became the Director of Field Operations. Jeff was a kind and generous man, who always put the needs of his family before himself. He strived to provide for his family, and to make sure they were taken care of, no matter what. He enjoyed playing golf, watching the Razorbacks, and spending time with his family. Jeff was a loving husband, and father, to his immediate family, whom loved him dearly. Jeff is survived by his sweetheart, Deloris Holland, his son, Josh Holland, and his daughter, Jessica Holland. He is also survived by his brothers, Joe and Jim Holland, his half-brother Michael Fisher, his half-sister Jennifer Holland Longo, and his step-mother Pat Holland. Lastly, he is also survived by his grandson Gaige Henderson, as well as his granddaughters Olivia Henderson, and Allison Holland. Family, friends, and others whose lives Jeff touched are invited to the Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens, 3700 N Germantown Pkwy, Bartlett, TN 38133 from 5p.m.-7p.m. Wednesday, November 7, 2018, to reminisce, grieve, support each other, and chat. In lieu of flowers, donataions may be offered to the Autism Speaks foundation.

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Robin Ballenger

November 6, 2018

I admired Jeff so much for his steady work ethic and his fun sense of humor. He was able to see all sides of an issue, and he always dealt with people with fairness and consideration. I loved walking a jobsite with him---there was no detail too tiny for him to notice, and he knew everyone's name and, usually, the names of their family members too. He had a twinkle in his eye and I remember him as someone who was filled with Joy. I admired him and I feel this loss deeply. I am holding his family in my heart.

Diann Pledger-Geyer

November 5, 2018

Jeff was my cousin. I remember the “J” cousins, Joe, Jim, and Jeff. They were an onry lot! Being eight years older than Jeff and a teenager, can you imagine what a little pest. He always had that onry little smile. He never outgrew that smile. He will be missed.

Alan Geren

November 5, 2018

I came to know jeff through work 27 years ago. We shared alot through construction but also shared the love of golf, competitive bbq, and our love for the Arkansas Razorbacks. He was a family man and a friend. I'll miss him dearly. Rest in peace sir, rest in peace.

Christi Broam

November 5, 2018

My thoughts and prayers are with Deloris, Josh and Jessica and all of your family during this very difficult time. Jeff was always so great to work with and I will miss him very much.

Jill Lingle

November 5, 2018

I will never forget how kind Jeff was to me when I first came to Flintco. And as the years passed, he was never to busy to return my calls or emails when I needed his help. No one was unimportant to him and he showed that to me in so many quiet ways.

I hope he finds peace in the universe.

Grace and Peace,

Jill Lingle