About Us

Richard Holster
Owner & President

Dick Holster has owned and managed rental property in Wausau since 1977 and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from UW-LaCrosse. He also owns Holster Construction, which is a light commercial construction company started in 1946 by his father, Robert Holster.

Tom Holster
Property Manager

Tom Holster is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Wisconsin and is the property manager. Tom earned a Bacherlor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and was a combat medic in the Wisconsin National Guard from 1998-2004. Tom earned his MBA from the University of Arizona with a concentration in finance in 2006 and was a leasing agent for a commercial real estate developer (Shenkarow Realty Advisors) in Tucson, AZ from 2005-2008. He has been managing commercial and residential properties in Wausau since 2008 and also provides brokerage services for buyers and sellers.

Sierra Smith
Leasing Agent, Accounting & Admin

Sierra Smith joined Holster Management in 2016 and is a dedicated leasing agent and also takes care of many accounting and admin functions.

Mike Holster
Carpenter

Mike Holster completed the carpenter's apprenticeship program and worked for a large union contractor for several years before joining Holster Management. Mike can troubleshoot many plumbing, electrical, and HVAC problems and has completed a number of small and large rehab projects.

Dave Holster
Carpenter

Dave Holster earned an Associate's Degree in Residential Design from Northcentral Technical College and has worked on a variety of residential and commercial construction projects.

Matt Glodowski
Laborer

Matt Glodowski has worked as an electrician and spent many years wiring cell phone towers up to 200' off the ground. Matt can also handle plumbing, HVAC, & carpentry projects and he has extensive experience in property rehab.

Jeff Gosch
Laborer

Jeff Gosch is a retired boilermaker who can tackle a number of property maintenance issues.