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Timothy P. Holland

Timothy (Tim) P. Holland was born on May 24, 1961, in Camp Springs, MD, to Constance Poellnitz and Welton Holland. He was raised in Sunderland, Maryland by his late grandparents Rosher and Elnora Holland. On June 8, 2023, God suddenly called Tim home.

Tim graduated from Northern High School and he also attended Charles County Community College, Charles County, MD, where he studied Health Physics. He worked as a Health Physics and Industrial Hygienist Hazardous Waste Management Professional for 25 years, in the nuclear field with a variety of specializations including oil, air, water collection and shipping. His specialized job started at the Calvert Cliffs Plant in Calvert County, MD, and afforded him the opportunity to work in many states such as Ohio, Michigan, Tennessee, Maine, California, Nevada, Chicago and finally New York where he was a supervisor.

Tim was a devoted man of God, who cherished his wife, children, grandchildren and extended family with boundless love and care. His unwavering support and presence in their lives were a source of strength and comfort, and his absence will be deeply felt by those who were closest to him. Tim’s dedication to his family served as a testament to the values he held dear – the values of love, loyalty, and unwavering commitment. He loved spending time with his grandkids, cleaning his vehicles and watching sports.

Throughout his life, Tim mentored young adult men, refereed for Columbus Recreation Centers, and served as a Deacon at New Birth Christian Ministries. He embraced his responsibilities with the utmost devotion. He not only joined a weekly prayer line, praying and covering endless people, but he would go to the homeless shelter and speak and offer words of encouragement to those who had fallen on hard times. If God gave him a word to share, he shared it, and many of us were blessed to receive a daily, weekly, or random texted scripture. The text would come unexpectedly but would be the word you needed to hear to get you through. In the church he was a pillar of strength, a beacon of hope, and a source of inspiration for all who knew him. His genuine compassion, unwavering dedication, and selfless service to our church and community will forever be etched in our hearts.

He is proceeded in death by his grandparents Rosher and Elnora Holland; parents Welton Holland and Constance Poellnitz; siblings Mario Holland and MonaLisa (Eric) Handon; son Keion Fields. Following death, Father-in-Law, Earl Fields Jr.

He is survived by his wife Kimberly Holland; Children Keysa Bullard, Kyle Fields, Brandy Wright, Doug Wright, Dajon Sweeney and William Houston; Mother-in-Law Jean Fields; Siblings Derrick (Stephanie) Pringle, Martin “Tony” (Lanya) Holland, Pamela (Dennis) Lewis, Dainer (Lemuel) Hunter, Paula (Sherman) Johnson, Crystel (Odell) Scott, Marcus (Jacqueline) Holland, Melissa (Anton) Mitchell, Marquita Holland, Michael Brooks and Dennis Brooks; Spiritual Parents Thomas and Mattie Downs and Vincent Johnson; his 18 grandkids and a host of uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and special friends.

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