World War II Honor Roll

Reuben Holler

Private First Class, U.S. Army

Entered the Service from: Maryland
Died: November 28, 1944
Burried: Unkn

TThe News, December 13, 1944
PFC REUBEN HOLLER, son of Mrs. Sadie Parsons, near Knoxville, and the late Turner Holler, was reported killed on November 28, according to a War Department telegram received by relatives on Tuesday.
A farm worker prior to entering Army service three years ago, Pfc. Holler had been overseas about four months. In a letter to relatives, received last Saturday, he reported himself in good health and relishing combat. He was 24 years old.
In addition to his mother, Pfc. Holler is survived by two brothers, both in service and now overseas; three sisters and two stepbrothers. Pvt. Lynn Holler is in France in Army service. Pfc. Turner Holler, Jr. is with the Marines in foreign service. He recently left this country for overseas service.
Surviving sisters are Mrs. Lina Baker, Martinsburg, W. Va.; Mrs. Blanche Jensen, Kansas City, Kans., and Mrs. Dorothy Thompson, Brunswick.