Hollis, Alan L.
Alan L. Hollis
Deceased: May 28, 2010
Visitation: Tuesday, June 1, 2010 4pm until 9pm
Alan L Hollis 64 years, died May 28th
Beloved father of Kim (Jeff) Dow and Gina Hollis.
Dear brother of James (Jill) Hollis.
Loving uncle of Taryn and the late Tim.
In lieu of flowers memorials to Parkinson's
Disease Foundation https://support.pdf.org/SSLPage.aspx?pid=219
Visitation Tuesday June 1st from 4 pm until 9 pm at Lakeview Funeral Home 1458 W Belmont Ave Chicago, IL 60657 Funeral Mass 10 am Wednesday at St. Benedict Catholic Church 2215 W. Irving Park Road Chicago IL 60618
Interment Graceland Cemetery for information 773-472-6300 or lakeviewfuneralhome.com
- June 1, 2010
My family is so sad to hear the news...Mr. Hollis was an absolute WONDERFUL man and will be missed by us all. We feel so fortunate to have known him from St. Bens High School and have always had a great deal of respect and admiration for him. Our son loved him and Mr. Hollis always made it a point to tell us what a wonderful young man our son was. We found out about his recent hospitalization and had planned to go see him this week...our heart is broken that we did not make it to see him! We will keep all of you in our prayers during this difficult time and may God grant you all comfort and peace in knowing that he is now in a much better place. My Mother has Parkinsons and we know how challenging this disease can be... and now dealing with his passing will be even harder. We know that he is looking down smiling on all of us with that kind, gentle face and sweet, beautiful smile. We will look up and smile back at him as we say a very special prayer for him and all of you. We hope you find comfort in knowing that God now has a very special angel in his presence!!
Sincerely, Jerry, Gaylene and Dustin Domer
- June 4, 2010
I'm deeply saddened to know that Mr. Hollis has passed away but I know he is in a better place. I knew Mr. Hollis back when he worked at Saint Benedict's as a Counselor. He always walked around with a beautiful smile no matter where he went and that's one thing I will definetly remember about him. He provided a great amount of guidance for me when I was trying to figure out my future and I know that he will be greatly missed.