Marc Alan Holderfield
November 29, 1971 - October 5, 2019
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Funeral services for Marc Alan Holderfield age 47 of Branson, Mo will be held at 11:00 AM on Friday, October 11, 2019 at Greenlawn Funeral Home in Branson with Pastor Phil McKinley officiating. Burial will follow in Ozarks Memorial Park Cemetery in Branson. He passed away on October 5, 2019 at Cox Health Center in…

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Linda Nott left a message on October 10, 2019:
Hollie, kids and family, I am so sorry to hear about Marc! My prayers for you all is that God will heal your hurting hearts and give you his strength, grace and mercy to help you thru this time. I remember when we were selling your house here in Miami for you and how excited you both were to be moving to Branson and starting your new jobs and life. I always thought how such a sweet family you all were. And the first thing you would notice about Marc were those blue eyes of his and how they sparkled! Hollie and kids my prayers for you are that God will give you the strength to carry on and know in your heart that you will one day see Marc again! Heart healing prayers for all of you.
Shelley Krutsinger left a message on October 9, 2019:
Marc...such a wonderful kind and gentle soul. He loved his wife and children in fact the whole family connection between them was so sweet and special. Something most would pray for in their lifetime to have. My memories are of taking care of his teeth on a regular basis. He cared alot about cleaning his teeth even went the extra mile and scaled them at home. He also shared good hunting stories and pictures with me. I would also ask him about his career I found it very interesting probably asked too many what if you have to go to the bathroom in the middle of surgery or blow your nose? A funny story at one of his appointments...there was a spider in the florescent light cover crawling around as he was laying in the dental chair. The dentist was gone at the time no man to help. Marc climbed up on the counter and moved the cover enough to free the spider. When the spider escaped Marc flipped out and scurried around the room ... I was not quite sure that he thought he would be attacked or something I guess. He had an audience at the time because it was exciting and funny all at once. I think if he was in camo and had his gun or bow he was hunting...priceless image. A memory burned in my mind. Marc was a gem and will be greatly missed by those that cared for him and knew him. We will all meet again someday but for now we will just have to wait on God. Shelley
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