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The Settegast-Kopf Company @ Sugar Creek

15015 Southwest Fwy, Sugar Land, TX

OBITUARY

Ryan Arne Holler

July 6, 1971November 29, 2019

Ryan Arne Holler passed away peacefully at Sugarland Methodist Hospital on November 29, 2019 at the age of 48. Ryan was born July 6, 1971 in Houston, Tx to Trygve and Barbara Holler. Ryan attended Hastings High School in Alief, Texas. He went on to become many things: a press break operator, Metal mechanic, Rv repair/mechanic and Rv part sales. His favorite jobs were the ones that allowed him to work with his hands. He married Regina Saenger Holler in 1992 and together they built a family of three great kids, Conner Arne, Brynna Lee Ann and Caleb Thomas. Ryan’s proudest accomplishments in life were as husband and father.

Family members will always remember the little things Ryan did for the people around him. From bringing home candies and toys to his kids after a long day’s work, to slamming on his brakes to help an elderly lady who had fallen in the street. His vast knowledge of and passion for Star Wars, and intense love of nostalgic and sentimental music, was passed on to those he loved and created wonderful memories. Ryan is preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Holler-Unefesser, his grandparents, Arne and Dagne Holler, his grandmother Susan Hatch, his in-laws Don and Judy Saenger and his brothers-in-law Scott Saenger and Chris Jacobsen.

He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Regina Saenger Holler and their three children, Conner Arne, Brynna Lee Ann, and Caleb Thomas. His father, Trygve Arne Holler and stepmother Kathy Wallis Holler; his sister Kathy Olivares, brother-in-law, Sam, and nephew Cody; his brothers, David, Douglas and Stephen MacDonald; sisters-in-law, Cherll Jacobsen, Cathy Swanstrom and his brother-in-law Miles Swanstrom. Ryan also left behind nieces and nephews, Valeria Rios, Julie Kruger, Elizabeth Taylor, Kyle Saenger, Jeffery Jacobsen, Jack Mossbarger, great nephew Sebastian Mahi and great neice Olivia Taylor. Family and friends will say goodbye at a beach side service at a time to be announced.

Tribute & or words of condolence can be left at www.settegastkopf.com

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Valerie Rios

December 3, 2019

My Uncle Ryan had one of the greatest sense of humors and if you're a sensative person, well, I am not sorry. Uncle Ryan always made me laugh and our get togethers he was very welcoming to friends of the family and very laid back, he wanted to assure that everyone was enjoying their self with great conversations.

I remember, not sure where we were at, but the family was out swimming at a pool. I had jumped off the diving board and was coming back up with my head above the water. I do remember it clearly, I was starting to doggy peddle, but with all the splashing, it looked like I was drowning, maybe I would have begun to, but Ryan acted out immediately and jumped in and got me. He spoke of this from time to time along with other memories. I think this memory is very sentimental, a love from an Uncle who had always considered me nothing more, but his niece regardless of blood.

I am going to miss him and I am really going to miss all the messages and timeline post of my facebook that relates to my fear of spiders, he sure did love picking on me about that. I loved it though because that is what family does.

I love you Uncle Ryan!

Valerie Rios

December 3, 2019

My Uncle Ryan had one of the greatest sense of humors and if you're a sensative person, well, I am not sorry. Uncle Ryan always made me laugh and our get togethers he was very welcoming to friends of the family and very laid back, he wanted to assure that everyone was enjoying their self with great conversations.

I remember, not sure where we were at, but the family was out swimming at a pool. I had jumped off the diving board and was coming back up with my head above the water. I do remember it clearly, I was starting to doggy peddle, but with all the splashing, it looked like I was drowning, maybe I would have begun to, but Ryan acted out immediately and jumped in and got me. He spoke of this from time to time along with other memories. I think this memory is very sentimental, a love from an Uncle who had always considered me nothing more, but his niece regardless of blood.

I am going to miss him and I am really going to miss all the messages and timeline post of my facebook that relates to my fear of spiders, he sure did love picking on me about that. I loved it though because that is what family does.

I love you Uncle Ryan!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY