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Reggie Holland

Reggie Holland

Friday, January 24th, 1964 - Thursday, July 2nd, 2020
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Obituary

Reggie Holland, 56, of Franklin, died Thursday, July 2, 2020.

Born in Pontiac, MI, he was the son of Bruce and Dorothy “Peno” Holland. Reggie attended Franklin High School, graduating in the top ten of his class in 1982. He was an outstanding athlete, participating in basketball, football, and wrestling. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Western Carolina University in 1988, graduating Summa Cum Laude.

Reggie was the owner and operator of Holland Construction and Real Estate; A member of Franklin First Assembly of God; A Paul Harris Fellow at Rotary Club of Franklin; and a foundational board member of Adult and Teen Challenge of The Smokies. He was also a longtime member and past President of the Franklin Board of Realtors and President of the Macon County Home Builders Association for 20 plus years.

As a two-time Golden Gloves Boxing Champion, coached by Bob Cook, Ralph Schley, Jim McCray, and Walter Seeley, Reggie created the Macon County Boxing Club, coaching every Monday night for the past 35 plus years. Reggie mentored hundreds of youth and upcoming fighters, such as Spencer Fisher - decorated UFC champion - later traveling the world and developing a brotherly relationship with him.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his wife of 38 years, Tammy Ballew Holland; son, Reggie Holland (Kristyn); daughter, Tiffany Garrett (Aaron); brothers, Donald Holland (Jamie), David Holland (Pam); sister, Barb Holland Williams (Chris); grandchildren, Tucker Garrett, Kendyl Holland and Dylan Holland; nieces and nephews, Haley Williams Bell, Cortney Holland Patrick, Matthew Holland, Ethan Holland, and Teighlor Holland.

A private service will be held. Rev. Mike George, Rev. Tom Grubb, and Rev. Mike Barres will officiate. Burial will be in Longview Baptist Church Cemetery.

The family will receive friends from 6-8 pm Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at the Smoky Mountain Center for Performing Arts. For the protection of all, masks and social distancing will be required. With these measures in place, everyone is welcome.

Pallbearers will be Gary Scott, Chris Norris, Spencer Fisher, Charles Freeman, Steven Tisho, Lyman Holland, and Jeff Cloer.

Honorary Pallbearers will be Gabe Leatherman, Eric Ridenour, Chuck Mallonee, Jeff Epps, Dustin Chovanic, Chris Henry, Eddie Winchester, Gerald Parks, Jay Strum, Matt Holland, Ethan Holland, Bobby Southard, Mark Palmer, Walter West, Johnny Hall and Doug Welch.

Memorial donations can be made to the Adult and Teen Challenge of the Smokies, PO Box 2157, Franklin, NC 28744.

Macon Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.

Condolences can be made to the family at www.maconfuneralhome.com.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, July 7th, 2020 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    When
    Tuesday, July 7th, 2020 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Location
    Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts
    Address
    1028 Georgia Road
    Franklin, NC 28734
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  • Interment

    Location
    Longview Baptist Church Cemetery
    Address
    649 Jones Ridge Road
    Franklin, NC 28734
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A Private Service will be held for the family

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Willy Hill

Posted at 01:48pm
God Bless Reggie, Tammy, and their family. Even though I only had three years to really know Reggie (8-10th grades), he was a very important friend of mine during my family's stay in Franklin. My mother, to this day, talks about how fine a person Reggie was. He even came to see us off when we moved. He was that kind of high-character person. Reggie and Tammy even drove all the way to Alabama to visit and meet my family many years ago. As a youth, it will not surprise you that Reggie was a leader and twice as smart as the rest of us! More important, he always stood for right thing and was a friend to us all. As I read about Reggie's accomplishments and the friendships he made over the years, I am not surprised. He touched many people. I am so glad I had the honor of knowing him. Reggie led a Godly, enriched life, one to be admired! God Bless! Willy Hill

Kurt Knechtel

Posted at 10:07am
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.. Great guy that will be missed.. All of us at Gazebo creekside cafe..
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Eric Sever

Posted at 07:18am
Reggie and Donald were two of the first guys that I ever met in Franklin. I was impressed by them both and, although we were not close friends, I have been proud to have known Reggie and have counted him as a good man and I’ve always held him in high regard. My heart breaks for his family and I wish you all the comfort that only Good can give.
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Shannon Barnett

Posted at 02:15pm
Dear Holland Family,
I am truly so sorry to hear about the loss of Reggie. I can only imagine how difficult this time is for you all.
I want to share a sweet and funny story about Reggie with you. I was on the track team in high school with Tiffany, at an away match. I was injured at the time so I was unable to compete. Anyone who saw or knew me in high school probably knew I was awkward and gangly. I was walking behind the bleachers when a group of boys came up and started harassing me. I quickly returned to my seat with the parents and other athletes. Reggie heard me saying they had bothered me and asked me what happened. When I told him he said ok with his big smile, we are going to handle this. He walked me over to the group of boys and had me stand a few feet away. I have no idea what he said but a few seconds later I received an apology. When I asked him what he said he simply stated he gave them the opportunity to apologize. He was of course all smiles and made me feel like I could stand up for myself. He stood up for me when I didn’t know how to stand up for myself. I am truly thankful to have known such a kind, happy and good man.
I’m sure my story is one of thousands about your husband and father. It meant a lot to me then and still does now. My thoughts and prayers will continue to be with you all.
JC

John Cantrell

Posted at 08:41am
My sincerest condolences to the family in regards to this great loss. I always enjoyed talking with Reggie and I know that he was a key person here in Macon County for many years. He will be missed. I had the honor and privelege to coach his fine son and his wonderful daughter at FHS. What great kids. I share in mourning at this time for their wonderful father. May our God put his arms around the family and provide strength and peace at this time.
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