THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
Thursday, February 10, 1977
Dean Holland, 68,401 N. Pine St., Bunnell, member of a pioneer St. Johns Park family, died Thursday, at Bunnell General Hospital. Born in St. Johns Park, when that area was considered St. Johns County, he was a veteran of World War II, serving in the US Army, former timber producer, and a former Superintendent of WPA, he helped to build the Bunnell Civic Center, Flagler County Jail, Flagler Beach Boardwalk and the St. Johns Park Community Center. He is a former Flagler County Superintendent of Public Instruction, and former administrator of Bunnell General Hospital.
Survivors include his wife, Hazel, 2 sons, Cary, Bunnell and Kent, Holly Hill; three sisters, Mrs. Wilda Cobb, and Mrs., Marjorie Robertson, both of Bunnell, Mrs. Oveida Giebert, Jacksonville; 1 brother, Zachary G., Jacksonville; three grandsons, several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Bunnell First United Methodist Church with Rev. T. Shelton Brooks, assisted by Rev. Logan Whalen, officiating. Interment was in Espanola Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were J. A McDowall, Dalton Cobb, George Geibert III, Holland Geibert, D. C. Robertson, Jr., Zachary Holland, Jr., and Gregory Roberts.
Honorary pallbearers were Levi Brannam, John Canakaris, Eldon Knight, R. W. Deen, Jr., T. H. Frier, J. L. Crews, C.H. Cowart, John Hogan, Harold Emery, John Rice, P.A. Edmonson, Gene Barber, Clinton Dunn, M. C. Strickland, Jr., and Martin Harding.
Craig Funeral Home Bunnell was in charge of arrangements.