Holly Anne Eustice, 53, Indianapolis, passed away October 28, 2021. Holly was born February 3, 1968, in Kenmore, New York to Janice (Majewicz) Jackson, who survives, and the late Robert Kleinclaus. Holly was also preceded in death by her step-father, David Jackson.
Holly was a lifelong learner and always an honor student. She studied to be a veterinarian technician, medical technician, and medical coder. She worked as a supervisor for the American Red Cross in Buffalo, New York before moving to Indianapolis, where she was employed with Roche Diagnostics for seven years. Holly was president of the Nora Toastmasters International, president of KEYS, and was also quite active with NAMI. Holly mentored, served as a role model, and helped many people who struggle with mental illness. She loved cats and dogs and was always looking for her next hobby in which she would fully immerse herself. Holly’s memory will be cherished for her strong independence, her empathetic nature, and caring ways. If you became a friend of Holly's, you had a friend for life.
In addition to her father and step-father, Holly was preceded in death by her husband, William Eustice; her sister, Tammy Lynn Kleinclaus, who passed in 1988; maternal grandparents, Richard and Helen Majewicz; paternal grandparents, Frank and Mary Kleinclaus.
Survivors include her mother, Janice Jackson; aunt and “substitute” mother, Sharon (William Weaver) Majewicz of Indianapolis, aunt, Judy Juen of Williamsville, New York; uncle, Richard and Virginia Majewicz of Rochester, New York; half-sister, Kari Lynn Ferdenzi-Hill; and a host of loving aunts, uncles, many cousins, including Julie Hurt and William Mrozinski of Indianapolis, and many friends.
Holly’s Life Celebration® Visitation will be Tuesday, November 2, 2021, 5 to 8 p.m., at the O’Riley Funeral Home, 6107 S. East St., Indianapolis. The Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 10 a.m., Wednesday, November 3, 2021, in St. Jude Catholic Church, 5353 McFarland Road, Indianapolis. Burial will be in Gravel Lawn Cemetery, Fortville. Visit www.ORileyFuneralHome.com to share a favorite memory or to sign the online guest registry.