Bradley “Jon” Holland

08/10/1967   —   01/22/2019

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  • Edie Nordlund

    Dear Bill and Pauline,
    So very sorry to hear of Jon’s passing. It was my privilege to know him as a bright, energetic little boy with a beautiful smile. Please accept my deepest sympathy.

  • Cindy Jubeck

    So sorry for your loss. I graduated with Jon. He was a really nice guy who lit up any room with his charming personality!

  • Joe Kniple

    Jon will forever live in our hearts and our minds as a guiding example of what it means to be a great man, and a Holland: loving, dedicated, family-first, passionate, hard working, fun loving, and always creative. He inspired each of us to be better people and helped us figure things out when we needed his help. His care and creativity came out in anything he built or designed, and especially in his art. Just yesterday he was on my mind as I tried to bring out my artistic “Jon” side, which he encouraged me to do in recent years. I’ll always remember those days as a kid, drawing on the family room floor at Grandma & Grandpa’s, Jon was always the last to be done. And his art was always the best! We have all been so blessed to grow up with him near us… and near us he will always be!

  • Michael Erickson

    You were a good man, Jon, and you will be missed.

  • Bari Johnson

    Dear Pauline, Bill and family,

    You have my deepest sympathy on your loss. I’ll miss Jon’s bright smile as we chatted from time-to-time here at Cote la Mer. He’ll be missed by all of us here. I’ll think fondly of his bright smile.

    Again, my deepest sympathy to you all.

    Warmly, Bari

  • Linda & Greg

    Dear Ms. Holland and Mr. Holland,
    I was deeply saddened to hear Jon’s passing at the day I called. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time. I told this sad news to Linda and my mom and they are all in a state of shock. They want to express their deepest condolences on your loss.
    I still remembered the time he visited China, we traveled around the countryside and had a great time. His professional attitude and passionate characteristics is more like a role model to me and his lovely smile is always unforgotten.
    I know how you feel at this moment of time but remember Jon never goes away and he always lives in the hearts of yours, his families and friends. You take care…

  • Phillip Bray

    I’ve worked closely with Jon over the past few years at KPMG and it was a pleasure to know Jon. He was bright, hardworking and cared about his teammates and clients.
    Jon’s personality and outlook was always positive and he looked for the positive in others. We often spent time on the road together traveling. Over dinner we would share stories of our families and loved ones. Jon loved his family, friends and especially his daughters. He was a man of honor and good will.

  • Col Leon Walsh

    Dear Pauline and Bill, Alex and Julia, I just learned of Jon’s passing today, and I am so sad that the world has lost such a kind and generous man. He was so very thoughtful and always willing to lend a hand with a bright smile. I will miss him and hold you all in y heart. I don’t think that o ever spoke to him without him speaking about all of you with great love. Best wishes and prayers, Colleen

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