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Harry J Will Funeral Homes

37000 W Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI

OBITUARY

Kenneth Lee Holtz

June 3, 1974May 19, 2020

Kenneth Lee Holtz, age 45, passed away May 19, 2020. He was born June 3, 1974 in Livonia, Michigan to Don and Sue Holtz. Beloved husband of Cindy for 16 wonderful years. Loving father of Alexsa Sterlini. Cherished grandfather of Acacia Sterlini. Dearest brother of Wendy (Bryan) Drake and Dennis Holtz. Will also be missed by his fur babies Maggie, Zeus, Evie, Cairo, Darla, Miley, and Ozzie. Preceded in death by his grandparents Richard and Eleanor Grugel.

Kenneth was a collector of cars and enjoyed spending his time in huge garage restoring his VW Dune Buggy. He enjoyed working for MOBIS North America as a Maintenance Technician, Robotics, and Fabrication. He was a member of the NRA and collector of rare firearms. Ken was dedicated Republican. Ken knew Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior and knew he would be welcomed at the gates of heaven.

Family will receive visitors on Sunday, May 24th from 12-8pm (restricted to 10 people at a time due to COVID-19).

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are appreciated to the Huron Valley Humane Society.

Services

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Maria Sterlini

May 26, 2020

My deepest Heartfelt Sympathy to the entire Holtz family!
May your beautiful and fun filled memories help each of you through such difficult times. May God Bless you and help each of you through your devastating loss! Ken’s handsome smile lit up a room- Ken, Rest In Peace! Blessings! You will be sadly missed !
P.S. Thought you might like to know how Danny and Alexsa's quick thinking and action saved Kens life more than once. We didn’t know the signs of his condition but young Danny and Alexsa did. One of several actions... Kids were amazing they quickly recognized that Ken wasn’t just napping, that He was going or in a diabetic Coma and acted quick to help save him. He was unresponsive. Danny and Alexsa were working on him, while calling 911 and providing necessary medical information to the dispatcher. After 911 Medics treated Ken then took him to the hospital the police returned to complement Danny and Alexsa for SAVING Ken’s life! Lynda taught them to be mindful to watch over him and what to do.

Greg Drake

May 24, 2020

The Holtz Family,

We are heart broken for your loss and wish you and the entire family our condolences. We'll keep everyone in the family in our thoughts and prayers.

With Love,
The Drakes - Greg, Stephanie, Connor, Reid, Morgan, Tyler, & Pierson

Esther Bay

May 24, 2020

Dear Don & Sue; We are soo sad for you and recognize that this wasnot in your wildest imagination. We know where he is and that his loving parents prayed diligently for his health. Your love and dedication were totally realized and it sounds like he was blessed everyday he was with us! Bruce & Esther Bay

Jo Champaign

May 23, 2020

Dear Sue, Don and family, words are not enough. A big giant hug to all of you. Iwill always remember Ken hitting the ball when he was 2 or 3. He was better than most adults!! I am not the best with words. Take comfort in that he is with God and those who passed before him. Love Jo and Joe Champaign.
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Tracy Rosas

May 22, 2020

Dear Holtz Family,

Words can't begin to express the sympathy we feel on the untimely death of your beloved husband, son, father, brother, and friend. He will be missed by everyone that knew him.

I hope the expressions of sympathy that you must be receiving from everyone provide some consolation to you.

Hopefully, knowing how much he was loved will give you a measure of comfort. He was always popular with my children, enjoying their time spent when he had visited and my children often spoke of his fun nature and wonderful sense of humor. We have fond memories which inspired all of us the way he did with his positive attitude and encouragement to explore new things. I will miss our random conversations about how much he loved his wife, Cindy and so many different subjects all wrapped up in one long conversation.

I hope you and your family can find peace in the memories that you have of him.

May God bless you and your wonderful family,
Tracy Rosas and family

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