Mark K. Holl

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Jul 29 1958
May 17 2017
58 Years
Coatesville, Pennsylvania

Mark K. Holl, 58, of Coatesville, passed away on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. Born in Coatesville, he was the son of the late John E. and Lois C. Keim Holl.

Mark was an area resident all his life and a 1976 graduate of the Coatesville Area Senior High School. He was employed for 41 years by the Citadel Credit Union and had worked at their original location in South Coatesville and later at the Downingtown Branch.

Mark enjoyed playing sports; especially volleyball and golf. He was deeply loved as a member of the Citadel family and as a member of the local sports community. He will live on through the hearts of his many friends and family members. 

He is survived by two daughters; Kelsey L. Holl of West Chester and Melanie Holl of Exton, four siblings; Kathy Taylor and husband Wayne of Narvon, Lisa Eavenson and husband Jeff of New Holland, Matt Holl of Coatesville and Denise Chamberlain and husband Allen of Narvon.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Tuesday evening, May 23, 2017 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at the Coatesville Country Club, 143 Reservoir Road, Coatesville, PA 19320.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg, PA. Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Service Date: 
May 23 2017 - 6:00pm
Service Location: 
The Coatesville Country Club

Condolences

I'm so sorry for your loss. He was a wonderful man and great friend. He was truly loved. RIP Mark.

Sandra Smothers

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Heartfelt condolences to all of Mark's family members and friends who loved him dearly. I only met him once last year, but his warmth and humor shone through right away. As someone who has seen a family member's struggles first-hand, I know how hard it can be to find the right balance between respecting a person's space and intruding in order to support them through thick and thin. No matter what, I'm sure he knew how much he was loved -- and in the end, sometimes that's all you can do. Keep loving, keep caring and keep keeping on. My hope is that you all find strength through each other, even at a time when that's most difficult to do.

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I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. I have seen Mark many times, always with a smile on his face. His daughters were his world and he will miss them very much. He was a great man to his community and his family. His friends and family will miss him dearly.

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I only knew Mark thru our church volleyball league.  I could always count on Mark to ref when needed and he was such a pleasure to work with.  I'm not sure what the "K" stands for in Mark's middle name, but I think it is "KIND".  He was alway a kind and gentle soul that was loved by all players in the league.  My condolences to the family on your loss, he will be greatly missed. 

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 Mark was a wonderful person and great coworker.    I was saddened to hear this news I'm sure that he will live on in all of us in sometime soon.   Heart felt sympathies to his family and friends touched by this. 

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I will not soon forget Mark. Ever since elementary school, he proved a good person ... a good friend. Thoughts and prayers for God's comfort to all who knew and loved him. Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal...

Sorrowfully submitted,

Irv Taylor
 

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So sorry for your loss.  I remember playing softball with Mark where he was always smiling and a true sportsman.  My condolences to all the family.  My thoughts and prayers are with you.  Gary Z

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My condolences.

Mark and I go back to the Lukens CU days. Played golf with him and would' see him in Downgtown at theCU.

Such a good guy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My thoughts and prayers go out to wayne Taylor, his wife and family for their tragic loss.

Gary B.

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I have known  Mark since I started working at Citadel (Lukens) in 1983.  He always had a smile on his face and was such a nice person. I have many happy memories working with him over the years and the work get togethers.  Mark, you will truely be missed by your family and friends and co-workers. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family, may you rest in peace. 

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to the holl family and the citadel family i send my sincere thoughts to you all

a great man who will be missed by so many

lynn yeoman.

 

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At a time like this, words do seem to fail......Mark you will be so missed by many of us in so many ways.  Your kindness and that smile said it all about you., and I will always have such fond memories of us working together in different  departments, but yet together.  Back in the 80's, I shared an office with you, and Beth Gregor in Thorndale. The two of you were IT and I was the MAC Coordinator.  We were growing as a Credit Union and the Ops center was not built as yet, and with so little room some of us had to share space together, which you and I did and I look back on that as some fun times and great memories and so glad I really got to  know you, as such a nice person.  As the years went by and we grew as a Credit Union  and had different  areas we worked in, it was always great when our paths crossed at work and we would chat and catch up a little,  You always were so proud of your daughters and spoke to me about them and where they were and what they were doing and I felt I knew them as I knew you......Thank you Mark for these memories and for your kind demeaner to all of us.  Till our paths cross again, I wish you peace and comfort my friend, and to your loving family, my thoughts and prayers are with you and I pray that you find peace and comfort in the precious, treaured memories you shared  together.

 

With heartfelt sympathy♥♥♥

Ziggy

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For 40 years I worked with Mark.  What I treasure the most was his ability to make me laugh.  Always he could make me laugh.  And now he makes me cry.  I will miss you!  I will keep your daughters, your family and your many friends in my prayers.  Thank you for all the laughs.  God Bless!

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To the Holl and Taylor families,

Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with you. Your wonderful memories will be with you forever, as Mark will be for all of us.

Love,

Wilkinson family

 

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Mark and I graduated high school together and we both started working together at Lukens Credit Union upon graduation.  Mark made his career at the credit union while I went on to explore other opportunities.  But I saw Mark about 3 years ago when I was working in the corn field at my family's corn maze and Patti brought the office staff out for a team building activity.  When I saw Mark, he recognized me right away, and the thing that struck me about him was he was so happy!  My impression was he so very much enjoyed his coworkers and was "looking out for them" as they navigated through the maze.  He was smiling and just so happy!  And it's so strange, I never stop at the Downingtown credit union, but I did so last week, on May 15.  As I drove into the parking lot, I thought, "I should go in and see if Mark is there", but I didn't - as I went through the drive-up as I was trying to stay ahead of rush hour traffic.  I so regret this.  Mark, may you rest in peace.  My deepest sympathy to Mark's family, friends, and to his Citadel family.  

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That would be great to love people while they are alive and give them your attention, respect and take some time together, laugh a lot and do something together.

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My husband and I have been members at Citadel (Lukens) credit union since the mid-70s. Mark's smiling face was always seen whenever entering the building. He was such a kind and helpful man! He will be missed! May God give each of his family members strength during this time of sorrow. RIP Mark

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I am a Citadel member but I always felt Mark was my friend. He would talk about his girls and how he was proud of them and show their pictures to me. Such a wonderful dad! He would always greet me with his friendly smile and tell me about his trips. It is with great great sadness that I learned today of his passing. We will miss you Mark. Hope there's a big golf course for you in heaven!

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