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Mark Dawson Holland, born March 29, 1955, has passed beyond the veil of this earth. He was Mark to family and friends, but many also knew him as Dawson. He was a philosopher, stood for individual free will, and doing good. Mark served in the 82nd airborne division, two tours with the Marines, the National Guard, and the Reserves. He taught electronics, repaired slot machines, and MRI units, and worked as a security guard. Mark loved the Indy 500, Formula One, Le Mans, dirt bike and go-kart racing, football, painting models and miniature cars, reading, music, and so many creative and thinking artists.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Dawn, parents, Dawson and Kathleen, and oldest sister, Connie. He is survived by his son Jim (Corinna), grandchildren Jayson, Chris, and Brooke, great-grandchildren Octavia and Dean, sister Rikki (Don), and sister Kathy (Travis), nine nieces and nephews, and many more grand-nieces and nephews.
His wake will be at Scott Funeral Home, 2515 Veterans Parkway, Jeffersonville, IN on Monday, April 10 from 11:30AM to 12:30PM with a special service of remembrance beginning at 12:30. Burial will follow at 2:30PM at the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery, 2501 N. Dixie Boulevard, Radcliff, KY.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make a donation to, or adopt a loving pet from an animal shelter. Memories of Mark and messages of support for the family can be shared at www.ScottFuneralHome.com.