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  • Branch: Army
  • Hometown/City: TAYLOR, MI
  • Date of Birth: 08-29-1984
  • Date of Death: 01-31-2004
  • Conflict: Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • Port/Base: FORT HOOD, TEXAS

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  • Mcgeogh10

    Holly loved the children in Iraq. She asked me to send candy all of the time so that she could give it to the children.

    Paula Love, Mother
  • Holly was always smiling, had a great sense of humor and loved to have fun. I don't know for sure but it sure looks like she is having fun to me in this picture. A little of her sense of humor is showing through.

    Paula Love, Mother
  • Holly will always be my hero. I don't know where she got her courage and bravery from but she sure had a lot of both. I remember telling her during our first phone conversation when she was in Iraq. If I were her I would be lying in the middle of the desert crying "I want My Mom". She laughed at me. I was serious. She was not afraid at all. She was so very proud to serve our Country and I am so very proud of her. Holly gave the best hugs ever. Nothing like a hug from a Soldier.

    Paula Love, Mother
  • Holly was a dear friend to me. I believe she still is in spirit. I often feel her around me. Holly had a laugh that would make anyone smile. She was very carring, sweet and loving. I miss her so much! I'm so proud of her.

    Nancy Grabinski, Friend
  • Paula

    May God strengthen you each day and open many doors of opportunity to tell the world of your dear Holly!

    You are continually in my prayers.

    Sam Cottle,