Marcus A Holloway

  • Born: June 23, 1971
  • Died: September 14, 2021
  • Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

McDonald Funeral Home

1002 12th Avenue
Rock Falls, IL 61071

Tel. (815) 626-6311

Tribute & Message From The Family


MILWAUKEE, WI – Marcus A. Holloway, 50 died September 14, 2021 at Aurora West Allis Medical Center.

He was born on June 23, 1971 in Sterling the son of Elmer and Valarie (Guinn) Holloway. He married Jennifer L. Creekpaum on August 20, 1994 in Rock Falls. Marcus had worked as a bus driver for several years. He was a good husband, dad, son, uncle and friend to many. Marcus was a selfless man who was extremely hard working and did all he could for his wife and daughters. He had coached youth football, girls' softball and T-Ball and had mentored many youth. He was an excellent cook and had a "green thumb" when it came to gardening.

Survivors include his wife; his daughters: Amanda Holloway (Cristian Rojas-Benoy) of Madison, WI and Katie Holloway of Milwaukee; his mother Valarie Holloway of Rock Falls; his brother Andy Holloway of Rock Falls; brother and sisters in law: Leon (Audrey) Creekpaum, Sheri (Joseph) Sheley and Wendy (Teray) Boyer; nieces and nephews: Ashley Hemminger, Jessica Melani, Dylan (Katie) Holloway, Toni VanDrew, Sarah (Nate) Stichter, Chris Sheley (Mercedes), Ryan Sheley (Hannah), Nathan (Lindsey) Cox, Ashley Creekpaum, Jesse Creekpaum, Andrew (Nicole) Creekpaum and Brandon Creekpaum; his lifelong buddies, Paul Pack and Mark Ellefson; and his special fur babies: Lovey and Smallz.

He was preceded in death by his sister Tina Hemminger and his father Elmer Holloway.

Visitation will be held at 10:00am on Friday, September 24, 2021 at Harvest Time Bible Church, 1802 Dixon Rd, Rock Falls. Funeral Service will follow at 11:00am with Reverend Dalmus Meeks officiating. Burial will conclude at Oak Knoll Memorial Park in Sterling. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established.

Online condolences may be made at www.mcdonaldfuneralhomes. com


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Marcus was my trainer at Lamers bus line and him and I started out on the wrong foot but we reconciled and he said he always call lady's young lady. He was a very nice and happy guy always talked his daughter and how proud he was of her. You will be missed Marcus God bless you and your family and May God send a comforter to your household

Posted by Tosha Korzilius - Racine, WI - Coworker   October 19, 2021

On behalf of the Layton Avenue Baptist Church, condolences to Jenni, Amanda, and Katie. God bless you all. May you experience his presence and peace through this very difficult time.

Posted by keith cogburn - Greenfield, WI   September 23, 2021

We are so sorry for your loss. Marc was such a beautiful person. We will miss our chats as we passed by. Please accept our sincere sympathies, thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. With sympathy, Jim and Chris

Posted by Jim and Chris Zylka - Neighbor   September 20, 2021

I was so sorry to hear this. He was a great coach. He pushed my son and daughter to be the best they can be. He even had my other son who was to young to help out. I could really see he cared so much for all the kids. Best wishes to his family and friends.

Posted by Denise Wheaton - Burlington, WI - Acquaintance   September 19, 2021

Best wishes to you and your family in these trying times. Loved coaching with him and he will be missed.

Posted by Nicholas Cataldo - Milwaukee, WI - Friend   September 19, 2021