In Loving Memory of Donald David "Rocky" Bolin Rocky was born in San Bernardino, CA on August 17, 1945. He was the youngest of two children born to Bob and Lois Bolin. Rocky's dad was an officer in the Air Force, which took Rocky and his older sister, Betty to Hungary, Hawaii and other various states across the U.S. His father, known as Pa, was a boxer who taught Rocky how to defend himself and gave him his nickname after a well-known boxer in those days. Rocky's family eventually settled in Glendale, AZ near his grandparents. Rocky graduated from Peoria High School and attended Northern Arizona University for a short time. At 19 years old he married Lanetta Lux and they had two daughters Kerry Lynn and Stacy Michelle. Rocky divorced and later married Linda Willenberg Tollefson who had three children from a previous marriage: Laura Mary, Lance Ray, and Lucas Keith. He moved to Aguila, AZ in 1979 where he raised his family. In the early 1980's, Rocky gave his life to the Lord Jesus. Rocky helped found Aguila Mission, later becoming the board president until his passing. Through Aguila Mission, he gave to individuals and families in need, supported missions in other countries, and supported Teen Challenge. He counseled, preached God's word and prayed when and where it was needed. He also was a member of the Wickenburg Bible Fellowship Church. Over the years Rocky learned many trades including iron worker, diesel mechanic, miner, solar power installer, school aide, custodian, and assembler for Benner Nawman. Later he became a certified gunsmith. Rocky lived out his days as a great husband, father, grandfather, son, son-in-law, brother-in-law, uncle, and a great friend to everyone. He shared his faith in Jesus and His changing grace through salvation with everyone he met and he lived it every day. God called Rocky home to be with His Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on February 3, 2014. Rocky will be missed, loved, and remembered. He loved, gave, and never doubted the value of who we were. Even in our lowest moments he gave us the encouragement and love we needed to move on and become who God wanted us to be. Rocky's greatest joys were being married to Linda and having five children who all serve and live for the Lord today. He is survived by his wife, Linda, daughters Kerry (Joe), Stacy (Anthony), Laura (Joey), sons Lance (Jana), Lucas (Jaimee), mother-in-law Mary Lou Willenberg, sister Betty Lou Long, sisters-in-law Leslie Burton, Lori Dillon (Bill),15 grandchildren: Brandon Martin, Alex Reynolds, Ava, Nicholas & Nathan Di Stefano, Hannah, Rebecca & Benjamin Hamby, Austin, Lane & Ryan Tollefson, Christopher, MaKayla, Alyssa & Joshua Tollefson. and many nieces and nephews. Memorial Services will be held on Sunday, February 9th at 1:00 PM at the Wickenburg Bible Fellowship Church at 970 N. Tegner St. in Wickenburg.