Brian K. Hollander, 51, of Evansville went home to be with Jesus on Sunday, December 2, 2018. He lived his life passionately in every aspect. Brian enjoyed riding his Harley, finding new adventures, and working on his home using skills he learned from his father and then passed down to his own son. His greatest focus: that everyone knew the glory of Christ to the fullest extent and sought Jesus with their all.
“Let us pray together that our infinitely great God would incline our hearts, and open our eyes to see Him as fully as we can and seek to know Him more.” – John Piper
He loved with all that he was: an adoring husband and cherished father. He demonstrated unwavering love for his family no matter the circumstance. His children have no doubt they were loved. His wife is thankful for his devotion to her and for their walk together in their Faith. Brian leaves behind a legacy of passionate living, exuberant love, and craftsmanship.
Brian was preceded in death by his father, Gerald Hollander; his mother, Glinda Kormelink; step-father, Charles “Dave” Kormelink; and step-brother, Chris Kormelink.
He is survived by his step-mother, Terryl Hollander; wife, Tracy Hollander; son, Seth (Alyssa) Hollander; daughters, Sarah (Jaymen) Painter and Lilly Hollander; step -children, Tiffany Morgan and Tatam (Jared) Anslinger; brothers, Robert Hollander and Bradley Hollander; step-brother, Larry Daub; step-sister, Angie Daub; grandchildren, Isaac Lile and Lydia Anslinger; and several nieces and nephews.
A memorial will be held for the public at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, December 10, 2018 at The Cathedral Bible Center Church on 5000 North First Avenue, Evansville, IN.