Robert Frank Hollman
- April 12, 1939 - March 7, 2012
- Greenfield, Wisconsin
of Robert's Passing
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Memories & Candles
In the ever so brief time I was “connected” with Robert, in an effort to bring an effective jail re-entry ministry to Kenosha, I felt the nature of a deeply caring person. He made a profound impact on my life with his energy and drive to put ideas into action. But more than the caring and energy and drive I will always remember him as a man who acted justly and loved mercy and walked humbly with God (ref: Micah
Posted by: David Hawes - Kenosha, WI Apr 17, 2012
I met Bob at MSDF and was inspired by his kindness and sincerity in serving the men & women at our facility.He will truly be missed. From God we come and to God we return. Amen
Posted by: Chaplain Beyah - Milwaukee, WI Mar 22, 2012
Dear Family, I am so sorry about the loss of Uncle Bob. As you grieve his death, do so with hope (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18) For in Christ Jesus death never gets the last word. We are Easter people and Alleluia is our Song. I have so many wonderful memories of the Hollman family visits to Tomahawk, the late night Monopoly and Risk games, the adventures on the lake, cousins climbing on moose statutes at weddings and of course Uncle Bob
Posted by: Mark Drengler - Holly Springs, NC Mar 19, 2012
My prayers are with your family he was a great guy and Rotarian
Posted by: Steve Werner - Walworth, WI Mar 19, 2012
My sincere sympathies to all. I worked with Bob on the District level World/International Community Service Committee. He was dedicated to making a difference and especially in Haiti. He did make a difference in many ways. I always enjoyed his stories of what he was doing in Haiti.
Posted by: Tamie Koop, Past District Governor 2008-2009 - Waukesha, WI Mar 16, 2012
Our deepest sympathies to all the family. Bob was not only a relative, but a great friend as well. Sorry we are unable to attend the funeral. God Bless
Posted by: Jerry & Toni Shefchik - Apple Valley, MN Mar 16, 2012
Bob was a great Rotarian. I enjoyed working with him for a number of years on the District Simplified Grant Program. Bob exemplified "service above self". He was a great example to Rotarians in District 6270 and around the Rotary World.
Posted by: District Governor NomineeJohn Scherer - Delavan, WI Mar 16, 2012
Shocked to hear the news! Bob was a major blessing to so many people. His concern for those in and out of prison and his willingness to do what he could to help them be successful in their reentry was an encouragement to everyone who knew him. He will be badly missed!
Posted by: Jim Kennedy - Milwaukee, WI Mar 16, 2012
I worked closely with Bob for the first four years of my career and always admired his enthusiasm and sincerity. Best to his family.
Posted by: Lyle Charles - Delafield, WI Mar 15, 2012
Bob was a bright light here on earth, always ready with a smile for me whenever he came the The Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters. I look froward to seeing him smile even brighter in Heaven! Jim and I will miss him.
Posted by: Joy Kennedy - Milwaukee, WI Mar 15, 2012