Holli Sohler, 64, a longtime resident of the Gaston community, passed away peacefully, Friday afternoon, August 13, 2021, at her home.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date. Private Cremation Rites were held at the Hoyt Crematory in Forest Grove.
Holli Sohler was born in 1957 in Hood River, Oregon, the daughter of the late Ralph Wallace Plaster and Ann (Culbertson) Plaster. She was raised and received her education in the Forest Grove community, until her senior year, when she moved with her family to the McMinnville community. Holli was a graduate of the McMinnville High School Class of 1975.
She was united in marriage to Donald Sohler on January 19, 1980 in St. Matthew Catholic Church in Hillsboro. They celebrated their 41 st Wedding Anniversary this past January. Following their marriage they resided in the Forest Grove community, until 1994, when they built their home in Gaston, where they have resided since.
Holli worked for Michael's Apparel in Forest Grove; LaHaie's Menswear in Hillsboro and Forest Dental Equipment Manufacturing in Hillsboro form 1998 until 2015, when she retired.
Among her special interests, she enjoyed gardening, caring for her flowers and traveling. She was most proud of her children's and grandchildren's accomplishments.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Ralph and Ann Plaster and her brother, Chris Plaster.
Survivors include her husband, Don Sohler, of the family home in Gaston, Oregon; her daughter and son-in-law, Sarah and Vic Mills, of Carlton, Oregon; her son and daughter-in-law, Tony and Margaret Sohler, of Portland, Oregon; her sister and brother-in-law, Carla and Elliott Camp, of Longview, Washington and her brother and sister-in-law, Neil and Brandy Plaster, of Salem, Oregon; her aunt and uncle, Charlene and Ron Rivers, of Parkdale, Oregon, and Aunt Alice Graham, of Redmond, Oregon.
Also surviving are her six grandchildren, Alex Sohler, Andrea Sohler, Andrew Sohler, Eliose Sohler, Theodore "Teddy" Sohler and Lillian Sohler; her cousin and spouse, Shawn and Rick Muma, of Salem, Oregon and several nieces and nephews.
The family suggests that remembrances may be contributions to the Kaiser Hospice Foundation, in her memory.
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Tualatin Valley Funeral Alternatives in Hillsboro is entrusted with the arrangements.