Justin Bollinger Obituary, Death – Bollinger, 90, of Carson City, passed away on Monday at a care facility called Country Friends in Sumner. He was Myron and Cuba (McKee) Bollinger’s third child and was born on September 6, 1932, in Carson City. At the age of 18, Bollinger took over as the “leader” of the home after his father passed away. He wed Nancy Nickert on September 25, 1954, and the two have been together for 56 years. He enlisted in the American army in 1954 and served in Korea during the Korean War. After Nancy passed away on April 21, 2011, Paul wed Norma (Ross) Horn, a longtime acquaintance he had made in rural school, in September 2012.
Before his retirement, Bollinger owned and ran Bollinger Excavating in Carson City for more than 30 years. Additionally, he worked with New Tribes Mission for more than ten years, constructing homes in Sanford, Florida, for retiring missionaries. Bollinger was a passionate and faithful member of the First Baptist Church of Carson City as well as a longstanding member of the Sheridan VFW.
Bollinger is survived by his three children, Barbara (Kevin) Loudenbeck, Robert “Bob” (Sharon), and Roger (Robin) Bollinger. He also leaves behind ten grandchildren, including Thomas (Jennifer) Loudenbeck, Abigail (Dannie) Larder, Andrew (Meagan) Loudenbeck, Jaclyn (John) Ney, Zachary (Justine) Bollinger, Benjamin (Jennie) Bollinger, Mitchell (Re In addition, Norma Jean Horn’s children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren are there. His parents, his first wife Nancy, and his siblings Keith and Sharon Bollinger, Marjorie Bollinger, and Miriam and Thomas Trew all predeceased him.
Pastor Jim Barrett will officiate during Bollinger’s funeral services on Friday at 11 a.m. at the First Baptist Church Fellowship Center. In Carson City Cemetery, there will be an afterlife. Visitation will take place at the Lux and Schnepp Funeral Home in Carson City on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. and again on Friday from 10 a.m. until the time of services. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be sent to the First Baptist Church construction fund or the William McAllister Scholarship Fund at Fellowship Baptist Academy.