- 33 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 6, 1982
- Place of birth:
Upland, California, United States
- Date of passing: May 6, 2016
- Place of passing:
Aurora, Colorado, United States
|Let the memory of Scott be with us forever|
Scott D. Holland was 33 years of age when he passed away on May 6, 2016 at his family’s home in Aurora Colorado. Scott was born on October 6, 1982 in Upland, CA. Scott is survived by his mother JoAnna Holland, father Danny Holland Sr., brother Danny Holland Jr. and his nephews Daniel “Scott” Holland and Jackson Holland.
Scott was a loving son, brother and uncle. He was a diehard Denver Bronco’s fan, a devout Raider hater and an avid motor boater. Scott was loved beyond words and will be dearly missed.
The Celebration of Scott’s life will be held at Scott’s parents home located at 1436 S. Laredo WY, Aurora, CO. 80017 on Saturday May 14, 2016 at 4:00PM. Arrangements are being handled by the family.
If you wish to honor Scott’s memory by making a donation, please make any and all donations to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Donations can be made here: https://www.cff.org/Take-Action/Ways-to-Give/
"Happy Birthday, Scott. We all miss and love you."
"I REMEMBER WATCHING YOU GROW UP AND YOU GREW TO BE A VERY HANDSOME MAN. I REMEMBER YOU AT YOUR GRANDMAS ,ALWAYS SAYING HI ASKING HOW MY MOM WAS. RUNNING AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD. I FEEL LIKE I HAVE LOST ONE OF MY OWN . YOUR FAMILY IS LIKE FAMILY TO US. SCOTT YOU WILL BE REMEMBERED AND MISSED WE LOVE YOU SCOTT. RIP DEAR ONE IF U SEE MY MOM AND BROTHER LET THEM KNOW THEY ARE DEARLY MISSED AS YOU ARE. SO SOAR HIGH MY FRIEND. AND WATCH OVER US. LOVE U SCOTT."
"You are the only one that van call my krispy and not get punched. So many good memories growing up. You and your brother saved me from a very lonley time. Thank you Cornflake. I love you no matter where we traveled as adults. Breath Easy and rest peacefully"
"I was very fortunate to know Scott and his wonderful family for the past 19 years. Scott was like the brother I never had. To all that knew him, Scott was family. Always the life of the party no matter what he was going through. Even though Scott moved to Coloado, I'll never forget the time we spent together as family. We lost a wonderful person, a true legend. We will meet again brother."
"I will never forget how Scott was always smiling, now matter how much pain he may have been in. I will never forget your last words to me as you hugged me tight, "I love you aunt Estella" . I love you too, Scott and you will be forever loved and remembered."
"I'll forever hear his laugh and him saying "where's my beer" it's hard accepting the fact that I will never hear him say "WHAAAATS UP MAAAARIO YOU BITCH" again...
Thank you for all the laughs and great memories Scott...."
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