Frederick G. “Fred” Holler
Frederick G. Holler of Quincy, “Fred” at the age of 80, died peacefully on November 12, 2020. Fred was a proud Navy veteran (aviation mechanic) and the Foreman for a sheet metal Company for many years. He loved the ocean, fishing and eventually left his job as Foreman to fulfill his dream and became a Boston lobsterman.
Fred was known to all as a kind compassionate man, but his true compassion showed through his love for animals, especially when it came to his dog Hoover.
Born in Boston, April 30, 1940, later settled in Quincy, “Hough Neck” husband of 30 years to Olga Holler, formerly married to Katherine Holler, the mother of his three children, Diane O’Meara of Quincy, Jeanne Healy and husband Edmond Healy of Braintree, and Steven Holler of Quincy. Fred is also survived by his grandchildren, Paige MacDonald, Erin O’Meara, Ashley Ebbs, Heather Healy, Hannah Healy, Catherine Healey, Courtney Holler, Shelagh Holler.
Fred was the son of the late Helen Holler of Quincy, the brother of the late Henry Holler, Sr. of Quincy, Philip Holler of Vermont, the late Norman Holler of Quincy and Chuck Holler of Quincy.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date TBA.
Donations in memory of Fred may be made to:
The Quincy Animal Shelter
52 Broad Street
Quincy, MA 02169
“You did the best you could with what you had”
And we could not be more proud of you
Forever in our hearts, we will always love you Dad
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