Generation three: Dana W.M. Holzer by Astoria A. Holzer (age 9)
The creator of Montana Bones, Dana says that the idea was sparked by the fact that Montana had a story to tell. Through this Montana Bones was born.
She grew up in the humid drafts of Indianapolis and hereby says many of her ambitions were inspired by no other than the people she grew up around.
As a child, she idolized Harriet Tubman for her undying courage in slavery. Though she also looked upon Thomas Alva Edison with respect, after college,
She joined a group named VISTA whose goal caught her eye, they offered a position on the Northern Cheyenne reservation on the growing idea of a food bank.
At the age of twenty-eight, she came to meet the love of her life, Quinn Holzer.
As she one by one met the other talented members of the Holzer family, she finally found what she was looking for. She was married at the age of thirty. And you all know the rest of the story, Montana Bones was growing and thriving.