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Neil U. Hollenbeck

Dan McClelland

Neil U. Hollenbeck, 35, son of Brian and Ann, passed away unexpectedly at his home on Saturday, November 26, 2016.
Neil attended Tupper Lake High School/Boces building construction technology program, graduating in 1999.
Neil was employed from the age of 14 with his final employment being at Sunmount DDSO in the maintenance department. He enjoyed the company of his friends, music and outdoor activities all seasons.
Neil especially loved motorcycles from brand "X" to Harley Davidson. As he would say "ride it like you stole it". He lived life to the fullest with a positive attitude, never giving up. His life philosophy was your book is already written…….. every day you just turn another page.
Neil is survived by his parents, Brian and Ann, brother Scott (Tara) niece, Madison, and grandmother Theresa (Bedard) Albatys.  He is also survived byUncle Keith Hollenbeck, cousins, Corey and Jared, and Aunt Barbara, Uncle Bruce Hollenbeck (Tammy and her daughter Bree), Uncle Roger (Diane) Bedard, cousins Cathy and Kim, Uncle Michael (Nancy) Bedard, cousins, Calla, Sharon and John.
Neil leaves behind his faithful dog, Duke, and talkative Macaw, Sundance. Besties…. you know who you are. 
Last but not least, his Stewart's coffee family that touched his life everyday… valued more than you know. 
He was pre-deceased by grandparents, Kenneth and Alice Hollenbeck, Norman Bedard and cousin Raymond Bedard.
There will be no calling hours. A graveside service at the Coreys cemetery is scheduled for Saturday, December 10 at 10 a.m. No reception, come as you are.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Tri-lakes Humane Society, Tupper Lake or Saranac Lake rescue squad, Tupper Lake Police Department or the American Diabetes Association.