Jessica Marie Vollman

January 30, 1986November 9, 2020

Jessica Marie Vollman was born on January 30, 1986 and passed away on November 9, 2020.

Jessica was a beloved sister, aunt, daughter, and friend. A passionate and driven leader and entrepreneur, Jess lived her life with conviction and vision. Raised in Austin, TX, she called New York City home and embodied its independent curiosity and spirit. Those who were lucky enough to know her will all remember her utmost selflessness, integrity, and loyalty. Her legacy lives on in all of us.

She is survived by her parents Michael and Martha Vollman, and her sisters and their families; Sarah Vollman, Emily, Zach and Henry Tanner, and Jaime, Jon, Ava and Jack P.

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Megan (Richards) Hardin

November 23, 2020

I was on the Westlake Hyline dance team with Jessica for three years in high school and have such sweet memories of many, many hours of dancing together. She was a beautiful, kind, hardworking, classy young lady back in high school, so I can only imagine what a beautiful woman she had grown into over her adult years.

To the Vollman family, I am so sorry for your loss. Your family has been on my heart over the past few weeks, and I am praying for God's comfort for all of you.

Megan (Richards) Hardin

Joshua Jackson

November 18, 2020

๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐ŸŒฑ For those who may not know, although I work full-time at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, I also had a exceptional evening part-time position working for Fluent City. Iโ€™ve worked there since the beginning of my residency in NYC until April 2020 due to COVID-19. My memories with Fluent city has been nothing short of joy, happiness and community. Iโ€™ve had the pleasure of meeting our newly inserted CEO Jessica Vollman. She was young, spirited and a exceptional marketing executive. She was even recently featured in Forbes. She believed in my talents and praised my work-ethic consistently. Words cannot describe the loss that the Fluent City community is feeling right now and her beloved family. Iโ€™m still processing such a tragic loss. We love you Jessica! Rest in power! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐ŸŒฑโค๏ธ

Mary Batlan

November 18, 2020

With our sympathy and prayers,

Mary Lou & Westlake United Methodist Church
(Friends of Terry, Chuck, Jonas & Kailey)

Debby McCall

November 14, 2020

Jessica & my daughter Jennifer were both 2nd Lieutenant's on the Hyline Drill Team their senior year at Westlake High. I can remember Jessica, her smile, her grace and dance ability, her leadership, her lovely smile and yes her graceful dance moves, the hip roll & high kick all unique to her alone. I have hundreds of photos of her Hyline days. She was so loved, admired and looked up to. I cannot imagine your grief and I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I know that not only did she go places in her career in NY but now she is in heaven with Jesus. She is so missed and so loved in all our memories. We grieve beside you and send you our love and strength.

fritz krakowski

November 13, 2020

I am so sorry. I did not know her at all as she was so quiet and stealthy right next door to me. We rarely passed in the hallway and I had also been away all summer. I only heard this terrible news today from within my building and tried to find out who it was somehow online..
I spoke to a man who was with a girl briefly in the hallway just yesterday. I imagine you are her Father. I really had no idea and I am just so sorry. I canโ€™t imagine what your family is going through.
- Fritz V. Krakowski apt 17H

Donald Johnson

November 12, 2020

I am writing on behalf of the doorman staff at the building where Jessica resided. To the family; we would like to express our deepest condolences and heart felt sympathies for your loss. Jessica was an absolutely wonderful person and it was our pleasure to take care of her while she resided with us. Many blessing in your time of grief and recovery.

Doorman station at 230 Riverside Drive

Valerie Myers

November 11, 2020

I am John Rutledge's, (CTO of Fluent City), mother. Both my sons also went to Westlake High School and grew up not far away from where you live(d).

At times likes these, there are no words adequate enough to say. When the unthinkable happens, it's so hard to even belive it. I wanted you to know my heart feels for you. My thoughts are with you. And my hopes for your eventual recovery are of the purist intent.

Valerie Myers

Carol Richter

November 10, 2020

Oh dearest Mike, Martha, and beloved family: sending much love and deep sympathy for the tremendous loss of beautiful Jess. Our love, thoughts, and heartfelt prayers are with you all....constantly. Sincerely, Carol and Benjie Richter and family

Mary Vollman

November 10, 2020

Our prayers are with your family.

catalina campos

November 10, 2020


I will always remember you as a beautiful soul!
I will miss our classes together. Rest in peace! you will be in my prayers.

Your Spanish language teacher,


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