Louis Alfred Holland

Louis Alfred Holland

Louis Alfred Holland

Louis Alfred Holland


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Louis (Lou) A. Holland was born in 1941 in Kenosha, WI, grew up on a farm in Racine, attended the local high school where he excelled in football, entered and graduated from the University of Wisconsin (1963), where he was a celebrated football player and also lettered in track. He was the leading scorer in the Big Ten Conference in 1962 and 1963 and played in the 1963 Rose Bowl. He was a Distinguished Alumni Awardee of the the UofW. After a brief stint at professional football after college, and a few years with Commonwealth Edison, Lou joined Becker in 1968, built up a primarily individual account clientele, and left in 1983 with two Becker associates to form Hahn, Holland & Grossman. in 1991, Lou formed Holland Capital Management and retired in 2008. During the last twenty two years of investment management work, Lou regularly appeared on the “Wall Street Week with Lou Rukeyser” television show.

Louis Alfred Holland, Sr., died peacefully on Tuesday, February 16, 2016, at age 74. Lou was survived by his widow, Nancy; five children; three grandchildren; and a brother.

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