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This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Elmer Hollis A.K.A Grandpa who was born in Indiana on May 06, 1919 and passed away on March 31, 2005 at the age of 85. We will remember him forever. He was a simple man who always loved the lord and his family. He had a long and full life, Everything from being a WWII Purple Heart Veteran to being a devoted husband to his wife of 47 years Glendora untill she too was called home on June 2 1995. To being a loving father to his five daughters, Judy, Jeanine, Kathy, Vickie,and Jane. He lived to see 12 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren which will miss him dearly.


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Family Tree
Tributes and Condolences
I am trying to update the site   / Michael Ellis (Grandson)
This may be the easiest way to get to everyone, I am trying to update the site,I have started putting the family tree on here, but I need photos from everyone to get it finished. Either send them through Kathy, or E-mail the photos you want added to ...  Continue >>
So Very Sorry for Your Loss   / Melissa Eiler (Visitor~Daughter of Irwin & Renee Eiler )
My dad   / Kathy Sewell (daughter)
Daddy, I think about you all the time, but mostly in the spring. You would sit by the livingroom window and watch for the first robin, I do that now. You've been gone two years and not a day goes by that I don't think about you and mom. I was looking...  Continue >>
Daddy  / Wallace Judy (oldest daughter )
Daddy it has been two years since the Heavenly Father came and took you home.  You are so missed and there are times I just don't think I can go on without you.  I miss so much of you.  Your smile, you stories, your wisdom, your voice,...  Continue >>
My Dad   / Jeanine Evans (daughter)
My dad was the greatest dad anyone could ask for, he raised his daughters to know God as our savior and also lived his life the way he taught us.  Today dad has been gone two years but over the last two years his memory still lives on in each an...  Continue >>
My memories.  / Michael (Grandson)    Read >>
I wrote a new poem about Thursdays.  / Lindsay Showalter (Grandaughter)    Read >>
Our chats!  / Valerie Pate (Grand-daughter)    Read >>
Spring time memories...........  / Jane Lackey (youngest daughter )    Read >>
Grandpa's 1st Tux / Lindsay Showalter (Granddaughter)    Read >>
My dad / Kathy Sewell (daughter)    Read >>
My dad  / Jeanine Evans (daughter)    Read >>
Best neighbor in the world  / Jeff &. Tanett Hodge (friend)    Read >>
My dad.....  / Jane Lackey (youngest daughter)    Read >>
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His legacy
The beliefs of Elmer Hollis  
He had a very strong belief in God,he was a devoted christian for over 53 years. He believed that with Jesus in your life you could accomplish anything you set forth to do. His desire for his family was for them to walk the path that God laid out for us, and to keep our hand in His. He does not want the family circle to be broken so we can all be together one day in Heaven.
Elmer's Photo Album
The greatest Grandpa.
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