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Hollie Laureen Dolph
  • December 31, 1986
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  • September 27, 2014

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  Hollie Laureen Dolph, 27, of Oviedo, Florida passed away at her residence.  She was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania to Glenn Frederick Dolph and Helen Burns-Dolph.  Hollie relocated to Oviedo with her family in 1987 from Durham, Pennsylvania.  She attended Northland a Church Community Oviedo Congregation.  She received a Associates degree in Cosmetology.  She was a Cosmetologist.  She worked for a brief period at Wet and Wild.  She was an artist, with many pieces of her work displayed around the house.  She enjoyed the beach.  She will be missed by her family and friends.  In addition to her parents, she is survived by her maternal grandmother Pearl Galpin, paternal grandparents Millie and Fred Dolph, two brothers Daniel and Ryan Dolph, one sister Maeghan Ringer and her husband Nathan, her aunt Dawn Seifker, her uncles Bruce Galpin, Steven Galpin, and Skip Burns, two nephews Draven and Ryker Ringer, and her boyfriend Albert Ayala Aguilar.  She was preceded in death by her grandfather Stanley Burns, step-grandfather Jack Galpin, and her brother Nathan Dolph. A Celebration of Life will be held at 11:00 am on October 4, 2014, at Reformed Theological Seminary in Oviedo, Florida.  

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  1. Shirley Simpson says:
    05 Oct 2014
    Hollie was like a part of our own family. We loved her, and will miss her. Trusting that God will bring peace and comfort to her family and friends.

  2. Cheryl says:
    04 Oct 2014
    No words can express the loss of a child. You were one of a kind. I Watched You grow up. You are one beautiful young lady. So very hard to understand... but I do know we are not to question why.RIP Hollie always remember us on Vernon Loop as we will remember you. Xoxo

  3. Lisa Young says:
    03 Oct 2014
    To Those I Love and Those Who Love Me
    When I am gone,release me,let me go.
    I have so many things to see and do.
    You mustn't tie yourself to me with tears.
    Be happy we had so many years.
    I gave you my love,you can only guess,how much you gave to me in happiness.
    I thank you for the love you each have shown.
    But now it's time I traveled on alone.
    So grieve awhile for me if grieve you must.
    Then let your grief be comforted by trust.
    It's only for awhile that we must part.
    So bless the memories within your heart.
    I wont be far away,for life goes on.
    So if you need me,call and I will come.
    Though you can't see or touch me,I'll be near.
    And if you listen with your heart,You'll hear all of my love around you soft and clear.
    And then,when you must come this way alone,I'll greet you with a smile and "Welcome home."
    Hollie so many people are already missing you more than words could ever say but the memories of you will stay in our hearts until one day we will see you again! R.I.P.

  4. Jose E. Gonzalez says:
    02 Oct 2014
    I still can not believe that I will not see you again. I will never forget you. Never.

  5. Nathan Ringer says:
    01 Oct 2014
    Hollie - By Nathan Ringer

    I wish I could have a talk with God
    And ask him to reconsider his plan
    Try to convince him it’s not her time
    And maybe make him understand

    I wish I could defy nature’s laws
    And bring her body back to life
    Because they all need her here
    Her parents, her brothers, and my wife

    I wish I could ease her mother’s pain
    And convince her it will be okay
    Because I will be here to love her
    Now, tomorrow, and each and every day

    I wish I could console her father
    Lessen his understandable grief and rage
    Because no parent should lose a child
    Especially one at such an early age

    I wish I could assure her brothers
    That although their sister may be gone
    She loved them both with all her being
    And that love will forever carry on

    I wish I could mend the jagged pieces
    Of my wife’s completely broken heart
    And do more than put her back together
    As she feels her world is falling apart

    I wish I could see her play and laugh again
    With my sons like countless times before
    And witness both their smiling faces
    When she walks through the door

    I wish I could persuade her boyfriend
    To believe he will never be alone
    Because he is part of our family now
    And he will always have a home

    I wish I could tell everyone else
    Be they family, acquaintances or friends
    That life is too short for anger and regret
    And to waste no time making amends

    I wish I could talk to her one last time
    To tell her how much we already miss her
    And how I never needed to add “in-law”
    When I told people she was my sister

    I wish I could just remember how
    She made people laugh without having to try
    And remember watching her grow up
    Without remembering how she would die

    They say time heals all wounds
    But sometimes in their place are left scars
    And remembrance will bring pain
    Each night as I look up to the stars

    But that pain will never be enough
    To diminish a life that brought such joy
    And the love she built in all our hearts
    Is something death cannot destroy

    So although tears will be shed often
    And hearts may never completely mend
    Her legacy is one of laughter and love
    And above our grief her legacy will transcend

  6. Nathan Ringer says:
    01 Oct 2014
    R.I.P. Hollie.

    I still can't find the words to express the depths of my sadness and the void your loss leaves in my life. There is no need to attach "In-Law" when I speak of you. You were my sister -- law or not -- and I will never forget you.

    I love you, Hollie.

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