Gordon C. Hollar, American army officer. Mason (Consistory, Shrine).
Hollar, Gordon C. was born on December 7, 1887 in Sioux City, Iowa, United States. Son of Frank Pierce and Emilie Louise (Falkenhainer) Hollar.
Employee, T. S. Martin Company, Sioux City, Iowa, 1907-1910, N.W. Bell Tel. Company, 1910-1913, Foreign Policy Hollar & Son, 1913-1916. Sales department, Tolerton & Warfield, 1919-1925, Headington-Hedenbergh, 1925-1928, Inter.
Business Machines Company, 1928-1930. Sioux City chief of police, 1930-1934. With Iowa Tax Commission, 1931-1935.
Commissioner public safety, 1935-1938. Again with Iowa Tax Commission, 1939-1941. Enlisted Iowa National Guard, 1907.
Second in command Lieutenant, 1913, and advanced through the grades to brigadier general of the line, 1940. Federal service, Mexican Border 1916-1917, Camp Cody, New Mexico, and overseas, 1917-1919. Commanding general, Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, 1941.
Assistant division commander, 1942. Provost marshal, Headquarters Service of Supply, European Theater of Operations, from 1942.
Public safety, 1935-1938. General of the line, 1940. Assistant division commander.
Mason (Consistory, Shrine).
Married Grace Margaret James, April. Children: Mary Marjorie (Mistress John S. Young).