Daniel Brunson Hollingsworth II, age 84, of Bismarck, Missouri formerly of Hillsboro, Missouri, passed away July 3, 2017, in Desloge, Missouri. He was born September 03, 1932 in Bonne Terre, Missouri. He was the son of the late William Strother and Amby Belknap Hollingsworth. He was named after his paternal grandfather and went by the name Brunson. He graduated from Mehlville High School in 1954 where he was a member of the Air Force National Guard and the debate team. Brunson earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri. In 1963 he began practicing as an Attorney at Law. He was a former Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney, a U.S. Navy Veteran, member of Joachim Lodge #164 Hillsboro and a lifelong Democrat.
He is survived by:
Wife-Eileen Talley Hollingsworth, of Bismarck, Missouri
Son-William Strother Hollingsworth II and wife Kim of Aiea, Hawaii
Son-Herbert Moss Hollingsworth and partner Jane of, Imperial, Missouri
Son-John Hampton Hollingsworth V and wife Carol, of De Soto, Missouri
Daughter-Sallie Strother Meine and Husband Jim of, Hillsboro, Missouri
Daughter-Katherine Julia Chilton and Husband Doyle, of De Soto, Missouri
Daughter-Amby Lee Mafort and husband Mike, of Hillsboro, Missouri
Daughter-Mary Susan Hollingsworth and partner Sharon, of Bonne Terre, Missouri
Son-Diomede Franklin Hollingsworth, and wife Jill, of Victoria, Missouri
Son-James Walter Hollingsworth and partner Alex, of St. Louis, Missouri
Son-Thomas Eagleton Hollingsworth and wife Misty of Victoria, Missouri
Son-Chance Daniel Hollingsworth of Ballwin, Missouri
Step Daughter-Sherri Ann Prosser
Sister-Ann Reinheimer of St. Louis, Missouri
First Wife-Nancy Moss Hollingsworth, of Victoria
He is also survived by 30 Grandchildren, 29 Great Grandchildren and 9 Great Great Grandchildren.
Preceded in death by:
Grandson: Skyler McDonald
Great Grandson-Phoenix Mason
Funeral Service- Saturday, July 08, 2017, at 3pm in the Robert D. Brown Funeral Home Chapel.
Memorials to- The Alzheimer’s Association would be appreciated by the family.