James Holland Obituary, Death – The Crossing Guard who was hurt on Tuesday when he was struck by a vehicle has sadly gone away as a result of the injuries he incurred in the collision. His death was a direct result of the injuries he sustained in the collision. It is with a heavy heart that we have to be the ones to deliver the bad news to you, but unfortunately, it is required. On April 5, 2021, James
Holland began working for the Lexington Police Department as a School Crossing Guard for the agency. Holland’s employment with the department began on that date. At that point in his life, he had already lived for 73 years. Since that time, there is no evidence that he has moved away from that location in any way. Mr. Holland was a member of the family that was the Lexington Police Department, and his fellow officers held him in the highest esteem. The department saw him as a treasure, and he was held in the highest regard by his fellow
officers. Because it was important to him that the children who lived in our neighborhood be protected, he went about his work with a constructive mindset each and every day and arrived at the office with a smile on his face. Since it was important to him that the children in our community be protected, it was important that they be protected. We would like to extend our condolences not only to his friends
and family on the occasion of his passing but also to the kids and faculty members at Garrett Morgan Elementary School, where he was a regular presence. He will be missed. We shall miss having him around. James, we will never forget you and our thoughts and feelings will always have a special place for you in both of those locations. You will always hold a special place in our hearts. You will not be forgotten,
and we shall think about you frequently. We want you to know how thankful we are for the time and effort that you have invested in helping out our community, and we want you to know how much we appreciate it. We want you to be aware of how much gratitude we have, and we want you to know how much we appreciate it.