Roger Van Holzen’s life-changing piece will be available online next week at nwmissourinews.com.
Roger Lee van Holzen, 68, of Mariville, Missouri, died Monday, August 9, at the Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville.
Van Holzen was a key player in a number of technology initiatives in the Northwest, which in 1999 led to his appointment as director of the Center for Technology at Campus Faculty. He stayed with the university for an additional 20 years and in the summer of 2020.
Before moving northwest, Van Holzen attended the Catholic Catholic School in Marshfield, Wisconsin. A.D. He graduated from Columbus High School in 1971 and still holds a track record.
Van Holzen graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, where he taught high school history and computer science for 10 years.
Van Holzen’s colleagues tell him a series of insights that inspired him to learn new things and to innovate in a changing world. He even earned a bachelor’s degree in fruits and vegetables from Gateway Tech in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
In 1987, he received a master’s degree in computer science from the Northwest and began teaching computer science at the university. He received his doctorate in education technology from the University of Texas Tech in 1993.
Van Holzen met Michael Segura on June 1, 1991, and they got married on December 25, 2016. Segura survived.
Other survivors are stepmother Dorothy Marshall, Scott (Barb), Eau Claire, Jeff Ashley, a niece, Kinsey (Steven) Ashland, stepmother Mark (Julie) Stingle, Andrew Huwerta, Victor (Velma) Valdez, David Deutsche. , Jonathan (Kelly) Huerta and Michael Andrew.
Funeral services were held August 12, but still a mosaic-Maryville monument was erected on behalf of Roger to Bernie and Katie Myers at 31130 250th St. , Maryville, MO 64468 can be made.