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David Earl Holland

May 21, 1958 — November 28, 2015

Memorial services for David Earl Holland, 57, of Glenpool, were held Saturday, December 5, 2015 at Remnant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Sperry, OK. Pastor Charles Enloe and Elder Roger Tracy officiated.

David was born May 21, 1958 in Coos Bay, OR to David and Martha (Prater) Holland. He passed away November 28, 2015 in Tulsa, OK.

David was a self-employed contractor doing heat, air and electrical work. He worked at River Spirit Casino as a Facility Shift Supervisor for five years and that is where he met Cheri. David loved God, traveling, mainly cruising, scuba diving, the ocean, his salt water fish tanks, riding motorcycles, and his family and dear friends. He was always there to help you no matter what or when it was. David loved to shop unlike most men.

He is survived by his wife Cheri of Glenpool; daughter, Brandee of Sand Springs; step-sons he called his sons, Quentin and David Pridemore; Ryan Patrick, and Jason Davis; step-daughters, Brandi Crider, Heather Bulman, and Megan Davis; grandchildren, Chase, Cherysh, Dalton, Brent, Kyla, Hailey, Brynn, Elijah, Brooklinn, Colby, Ashton, Carman, Colton, Hudson, Griffen, and Nolan; great-grandson, Brantly and one on the way; brothers, David Allen of Coweta, and Tom Mrosek; sisters, Robin Exendine of Preston, and Brenda Mrosek; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, David Holland; mother, Martha Mrosek; and stepfather, Tony Mrosek.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations in David's memory be made at .

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