Josh Holtz Obituary, Death – JOsh received his undergraduate education at Regent University, where he focused his studies on the study of American history and politics. In addition to his work as a prison officer for the South Carolina Department of Corrections, he had recently been ordained as a priest. He continued to work for the department. In addition to that, he had worked as a security officer at the Milwaukee Rescue Mission, which was the same location where he had first met the woman who would one day become his wife.
He was a prominent member of the Republican Party in Florence County and served as the Precinct President for the 7th Precinct in the city of Florence. His political involvement was extensive. At various points in time, he was recognized as a member of both the Young American’s Foundation and the First Baptist Church of Florence in Florence. In addition to that, he was very involved in the community of his local church, which was the Open Door Bible Church and it was located in Port Washington, Wisconsin.
Josh was an avid sports fan, and his favorite teams were the Green Bay Packers and the Milwaukee Brewers. He was a tremendous fan of movies, and some of his all-time favorites included films featuring Disney, John Wayne, and Sylvester Stallone. He enjoyed bringing his wife on holidays and day trips, going to Disney World and eating good food, traveling to new locations, and playing baseball. He also enjoyed spending time with his children.
Those who are left behind to remember Josh include his wife, Danae Krieger Rintelman; his parents, Michael and Marie Rintelman; a sister, Jennifer Rintelman of Florence; paternal grandparents Dennis and Marilyn Rintelman, of Cedarburg, Wisconsin; maternal grandparents John and Muriel Janisse, of Michigan; mother-in-law Regan Johnson Krieger and a sister-in-law Renata Krieger, both of Pewaukee, Wisconsin; and a number of aunts