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FitzHenry’s Carson Valley Funeral Home

1637 Esmeralda Place, Minden, NV

OBITUARY

George Martin Hollis

1 July, 195816 June, 2020

George Martin Hollis was born on July 1, 1958 and passed away on June 16, 2020 in Carson City, Nevada and is under the care of FitzHenry’s Carson Valley Funeral Home.

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Linda Anderson

26 June 2020

The hard part of losing someone is the letting go! The gathering of memories rather than being able to make new ones! All of us that shared even a small part of your life have been blessed in love and friendship! You will be missed and always remembered! You had such a gathering there to welcome you home, your sweet daughter I’m sure was at the front of the line! Your pain and suffering are gone and that is such a blessing too! No more CVI chicken dinner leftovers but think what would your Dad done without you! Your life has been touched by to much in sadness in the past few years, so many that you said goodbye to will know be there with you and together you can watch over us that are still here! Debbie you are going to miss him the most, your days don’t start with him by your side the love you shared though not as long as you two had hoped for will keep the good memories coming! I am down the road a short distance should you need or want a friend to talk too! George you have gone too soon but you will be with us until we meet again! God Bless you both❤️🙏💐🌈until we meet again! Linda

Lindsey Ruttan

22 June 2020

When I was a child, I remember how excited I would get to see my Uncle George. You we’re the man made of steel, the cool guy and the funny one. I was always curious to hear what the latest adventure you experienced was… even as an adult. I’m going to miss the familiar sound of your voice, the stories you shared about growing up with your sisters, the laughter shared when we spoke about Grandma and Grandpa Brandon and most of all the stories shared about your darling little girl, Shawnte.

It simply doesn’t seem true you’re no longer physically with us. The last time I saw you was at Shawnte’s funeral, and now it’s a surreal moment I’m saying goodbye to you. I know you were in imaginable amount of pain losing your daughter. It hurt everyone of us to hear you try to navigate through it all.

We weren’t able to be physically by your side in the hospital but we were definitely holding your hands in spirit. We were praying day after day and hoping to get a healthy status report from the doctor. Sadly, our Father in heaven wanted to take you home. I know with confidence you’re now resting in peace with our beautiful Shawnte, your Mom and Dad, Johnny and other loved ones. You will be missed Uncle George. I love you.

Your niece,

Lindsey

Toni & Rudy Baker

22 June 2020

You left us way too soon George. I will forever miss hearing your voice calling me and sayin “Hey Sister”.
When we had our car accident, I’ll always remember you yelling up and down the hospital hallways, demanding someone take care of my sister she’s been hurt. I also have fond memories of you being at my side when I was bedridden during my pregnancy with Chantel.
George also threatened to kick many butts when I was dating!
You always had my back George....You will be missed.
I appreciate the love you had for my kids.....even tattooing Johnny’s initials on your arm.
You’re now with your loved ones.....because of our faith in Christ, we will all be together again!,

Terri Watkins

22 June 2020

So many things I'm going to miss about you George. Thank you
for the great memories I will carry with me until I see you again.
Your laugh, your quick witt, your love of all things fun.

I will never forget how hard we, as kids, you, Toni and I laughed till
our sides hurt, watching silly putty bounce all over the kitchen.
Funny how some of the simplest times are the best. I will always love you Bro!

Terri

Chantel Sandusky

22 June 2020

My sweet Uncle! I did not get to see him a lot when we were kids, but I always looked forward to seeing him at Grandpa's. His voice and laugh always soothed me!

After my brother died, he called me pretty much everyday to check in on me. I looked forward to his calls, "Hey Baby Girl, just checkin on ya." It breaks my heart that I wont get to hear him call me that ever again. He brought me joy in a time in my life where I didn't know how much it was going to mean to me down the line. He always looked out for me, even though we were thousand of miles apart, he always made me feel loved. I am going to miss his sweet smile, his contagious laugh and his unquestionable loyalty to those he loved. RIP Uncle George, I hope you are with Shawnte now and making up for lost time<3

Lexi Bierbrodt

20 June 2020

hey papa it’s lex or as you would’ve called me “my babygirl” , I’m your only granddaughter and you spoiled the crap out of me . You made sure everyone knew that I was your baby , and even though you left us to be with my mom I will still be your babygirl forever. I was always jealous of that amazing tan you would get because you would get so dark ! But it breaks my heart that your not with us anymore because I was supposed to go see you but I know your at peace now that your with mom . I love you to the moon . You and mom watch over us up there ❤️

Jackie Coulter

20 June 2020

Thoughts and prayers to you Deb.

Carissa Hartless

19 June 2020

Georgie, you were my 2nd dad. I know me and Shawnte were a pain in your ass and you loved every minute of it lol! You use to ground Shawnte and tell her “No one is allowed over except Carissa!” And she would call me and say “We’re grounded, come over!” We’re grounded, what, I didn’t even do anything!? I love you Georgie and I know you were hurting when you lost Shawnte, because I am too. But now I know she’s not alone up there and you have your Boo Boo and you guys can watch over us. I miss you so much you big grump, and I wish this day didn’t come so soon. Take care old man and I’ll see you in the next life! Love you lots!

Richard Reese

19 June 2020

George my Friend. I miss you. We had a great trip. I wasn’t ready for it to end. I’m not in the picture I added, but because I took it I’ll have the memory with me. Always your Buddy.
Richard & Chrissy Reese

Jim and Karen Gerlacher

19 June 2020

Dear Debbie...we have lost a neighbor who always made us feel welcome. George will always be remembered, of course, firstly for our annual birthday celebrations, secondly for always noticing Lil Miss and lastly as our on call trailer parker!!! What a guy...a neighbor that meant a lot to us...may your heart cherish the good memories and cherish the love George had for you. We are here for you...stay strong.

FROM THE FAMILY