James Milton Holler

James “Grit” Milton Holler, 69 of Mt. Jackson, died Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at Winchester Medical Center.

Mr. Holler was born October 2, 1947 in New Market, son of the late Melvin Theodore and Youlanda “Bealy” Lillian Pence Holler.

He served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War.

He was a member of the V.F.W. #2447 Edinburg, the Mt. Jackson Moose Lodge #979 and the New Market Fraternal Order of Eagles #4264.

He is survived by two sisters, Jo Ann Bishop of Winchester and Kay Judy Holler of San Antonio, Texas.

He had numerous nieces, nephews, and beloved cousins and a devoted cat (Hot Rod).

Mr. Holler was preceded in death by a brother, Jack Rhodes Holler.

Services will be at a later date.

Memorial Contributions may be given to V.F.W #2447 Edinburg, VA 22824.

Cremation arrangements are by Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson.

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5 Condolences to James Milton Holler

  1. Gary (Dag) & RubyLutz says:

    We are really sorry to hear about Grit. Grit always stayed in touch with us.He was a very good friend. He will be missed. Prayers for the family.

  2. Connie Kingan says:

    My thoughts are prayers are with everyone! Grit , you will be greatly missed

  3. JC says:

    Please accept my deepest sympathy for your family’s loss. The Bible promises that very soon death will be a thing of the past.(Revelation 21:4) May you find comfort in the promise found at Acts 24:15. My prayers go out for your family during such a difficult time.

  4. charlotte burgess says:

    sending all my prayers and deepest sorrow for the loss of your brother .May you all be held in the palm of Gods hands as you struggle to go forward in the next coming days.

  5. Magallon Family says:

    May the beautiful memories of your loved one bring your family comfort during this difficult time. May God give your family strength to endure the pain of your loss. My heart and prayers are with you. God gives us a promise that we will not see them gone forever but rather reunite with them again. “There is going to be a resurrection,” the Bible confirms at Acts 24:15 “Do not be amazed at this,” Jesus assures us, “for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.”-John 5:28,29