Rev. Shoney Oliver, Rev. Wade Kennedy, and Rev. Jimmy Fuller officiated at the services. Burial followed in Caldwell Blue Springs Cemetery in Caldwell County, with military rites.
Mr. Holland died on Wednesday, November 9, 2005, at 7:41 p.m., at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville, Tenn., of natural causes.
Mr. Holland was born on May 25, 1929, in Lyon County. He was the son of the late Beckham and Alice Gray Holland.
Mr. Holland was a retired Salesman, a U.S. Marine Veteran, having served in the Korean Conflict and the Mediterranean; a member of the Caldwell Blue Springs Baptist Church; and a member of the Cerulean Masonic Lodge #875 F&AM.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Randy Holland; brother, Willard Holland; and three sisters, Rosa Nell Groves, Freda Lewis, and one in infancy.
Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Nancy Holland of Cadiz; four sons, Mike Holland of Hopkinsville, Mike McGill, Tony Holland, and Stan Holland, all of Cadiz; daughter, Nancy Favaro of Milford, Conn.; 16 grandchildren, Janay Futrell, and Jody Terrell, both of Cadiz, Justin McGill of Hardin, Stan Holland, Jr. of Sellarsburg, Ind., Kim Falcone of West Palm Beach, Fla., Brittany Holland of Cadiz, Wesley Jones of Louisville, Amanda Shenski of Henderson, Alicia Zieman of Hopkinsville, Matthew Holland and Lindsey Holland, both of Lexington, Jeremy Holland and Matthew Holland, both of Elkton, Joey Favaro of Pennsylvania, Veronica Favaro and Andrea Favaro, both of Milford, Conn.; 11 great-grandchildren, Audrey Futrell, Graham Futrell, Andy Terrell, Jacob Terrell, and Abby Jo Terrell, all of Cadiz, Brody McGill of Hardin, Emma Holland of Sellarsburg, Ind., James Aidan Falcone of West Palm Beach, Fla., Haven Shenski of Henderson, Taylor Holland of Elkton, and Joey Favaro of Pennsylvania.
Music was provided by Stacy and Janay Futrell and Jody Terrell, Trio; and Brenda Lile, pianist.
Serving as pallbearers were Stan Holland, Jr., Joseph Matthew Holland, Matthew Jameson Holland, Jeremy Holland, Justin McGill, and Stuart Zieman.
Honorary pallbearers were Malcolm sons, Buddy Broadbent, Jeff Broadbent, Earl Harris, Harvey Mitchell, and Willie Lacy Williams.