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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 23 February 1966
Ottomer L. Holl, 48, former Russell resident, was killed Wednesday afternoon (23 February 1966) when he fell from a windmill tower near here. He was repairing the windmill at the time. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Holl of 518 Franklin, Russell.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Methodist Church in Russell with Rev. Harold C. Lambert officiating. Burial was in Russell Cemetery.
Pohlman's Funeral Service (Russell Mortuary) is in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Holl was born and raised in Russell. He moved to LaJuanta 11 years ago. His wife, the former Beth Newell, was Russell County Home Economics Agent from 19__ until 1953.

Survivors include the widow, Beth, LaJuanta, Colo.; three children, Diane, Donna and Dennis; the mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Holl of Russell; and two sisters, Mrs. Leland Nuss, Russell and Mrs. Dean Popp, Lakewood, Colo.
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack

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