Marilynn Ann Holler


Marilynn Holler passed away on Sunday, July 7, 2019, under the care of Niagara Hospice. Born in Buffalo on August 10, 1937, she was the daughter of the late Joseph E. and Marguerite C. Peterson Wagner.
Marilynn was a member of Good Shepherd RC Parish, where she was a member of the Good Shepherd Christian Mother's and was also a member of the Pendleton Senior Citizens. She was an avid reader, enjoyed knitting, spending time at her cottage on Rushford Lake and going to her children and grandchildren's sporting events.
Marilynn is predeceased by her husband, Richard Holler, who passed away August 12, 2010; and her brothers, Joseph (late Marie) Wagner and Robert (late Rosemary) Wagner.
Marilynn is survived by her children, Beth (Gary) Grimmer, Brian (Mary) Holler, Gregory (Melissa) Holler, James (Lisa) Holler, Kathleen (late Paul) Moje and Lynn Marie Orlowski; grandmother of Ryan (Jennifer) Grimmer, Tara Grimmer, Meghan Grimmer, Mitchell Holler, Alicia (Sean) Donohue, Jessica Holler, Kahle Holler, Mara Holler, Matthew Walczak, James Holler, Jared Holler, Joshua Moje, Zachary Moje, Andrew Moje, Austin Orlowski and Carly Orlowski; and great-grandmother of eight; several nieces, nephews and friends.
Friends may call on Wednesday, July 10th 2-4 PM and 6-8 PM at Prudden and Kandt Funeral Home, 242 Genesee Street, Lockport. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday July 11th at 10 AM at Good Shepherd RC Parish, 5442 Tonawanda Creek Road N., Pendleton. Interment will be in Good Shepherd Cemetery.
In Lieu of flowers, memorials to the National Kidney Foundation or to the American Diabetes Association, would be appreciated by the family.
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