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Jamison "Jamie" Allen Hollingsworth

October 17, 1989November 3, 2019
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A Celebration of Life for Jamison “Jamie” Allen Hollingsworth, 30, will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 9th, 2019 at Dunbar Funeral Home, Dutch Fork Chapel, Irmo. Please come dressed as you are to celebrate Jamie’s love of life, laughter, and sports. The family will greet friends immediately following the service at the funeral home. Jamie passed away Sunday, November 3rd, 2019. Born in West Columbia, he was a son of Jim and Robin Smith Hollingsworth. A graduate of Dutch Fork High School, Jamie lettered in football and remained a "Silver Fox" supporter. He worked throughout Lexington-Richland 5 School District coaching football, baseball, basketball, wrestling and golf. He was currently working with The Center for Innovated Learning at Pinecrest and coaching varsity football for Midland Valley. An avid sports fan, Jamie enjoyed supporting the USC Gamecocks, the Carolina Panthers and the Atlanta Braves. Jamie enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, being outdoors, planting his garden every spring, and grilling out. Surviving are his parents, Jim and Robin; brother, Jimmie Hollingsworth; and sisters, Wendy and Robin Hollingsworth. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Hilinski’s Hope at https://hilinskishope.org/ in memory of Jamie.

  • FAMILY

  • Father:Jim Hollingsworth
    Mother: Robin Smith Hollingsworth
    Brother: Jimmie Hollingsworth
    Sister: Wendy Hollingsworth
    Sister:Robin Hollingsworth.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, November 9, 2019

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Anthony Potts

November 11, 2019

I’m going to miss you coach. You pushed me at aiken high to be a great offensive lineman . Your jokes we cracked at and you were and always will be the best offensive coach I ever had. I wish I could see you one more time.

Aaron Provence

November 9, 2019

One of my best memories was from our senior year of high school. Jamie and I shared nearly every class together and we would sit in the back in adjacent desks. One day we both got detention for cutting up in class. From that day forward, the teacher separated us and we were made to sit on opposite sides of the room. Right after we were separated, I remember looking back across the classroom at Jamie and he had the biggest grin on his face. I still laugh to this day thinking back on it. I will always remember that smile and will cherish the memories. From little league baseball to varsity football, he was the best kind of friend you could ever ask for. Rest easy brother.

Delilah Bonnert

November 9, 2019

Jamie was such kind person. He worked at SHHS with a bunch of remarkable kids who all adored him. As a parent of one of those kids, it always warmed by heart to see the compassion he had towards them all. They always had such fun with Mr. Jamie.
My condolences to his family and all that loved him.

Kym Hilinski

November 9, 2019

Our thoughts, hearts and prayers are with the family and friends of Jamie today. Although we didn't know Jamie he sounds like someone we would have loved and would have been privileged to call him our friend and coach. Thank you for thinking of Hilinski's Hope, we are vey grateful

With hope and love,

The Hilinski Family

Sara Eckstrom

November 9, 2019

Jamie “dirty red” was a dear friend to my little brother Clayton “big red”. He had the kindest heart and his smile was so contagious. My heart goes out to his family during this difficult time. Praying for comfort and peace during your time of loss.

Warren Morley

November 9, 2019

This was such sad news to receive. I was involved in DF football for many years and always looked forward to seeing Jamie’s big smile when he played and coached at DF. Such a great guy. Our prayers are with the family, God Bless and rest in peace Dirty Red

Kathy Rushton

November 8, 2019

Our hearts were saddened to hear of Jamie’s passing. I have so many memories of him when he was a little fella!
Our love and prayers!
Ron and Kathy

Tommy Metz

November 8, 2019

Jamie was one of a kind! My first experience of really getting to know Jamie, was when he tagged along with Jimmy to the race at Darlington....looking back now I'm not sure who tagged along with who... but they were together! Jamie instantly fell into place with our circle of friends, being outdoors, hunting, fishing, cracking jokes was natural to Him. Jamie was quick witted and always had a "one liner" on hand. I pray that the memory of Jamie's wit and humor will comfort his family during this difficult time.

Tara Moody

November 8, 2019

Coach Red was one of the first faces I would see coming into work at CIL @Pinecrest every morning. Our team of Character Coaches became a family. Coach Red was like a son to me. I am going to miss that bright smile and wonderful personality that made him so easy to love. To his family, my prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Know that he was loved by his CIL @ Pinecrest family and he will be missed dearly. Rest in Heaven Coach Red❤

Abia Williams

November 7, 2019

Working with Coach Red these years at CIL we become brothers family. We always talked about my Saints vs his Panthers and Bama vs USC . And he Tex me all the time after my kickboxing tournaments our favorite saying (YOU CANT HIDE MONEY) when I win a fight lol I’m going to miss that. And when I came back from Austria competing he said bring me something back for his birthday and I did. He impacted so many lives of kids and his peers and even myself and I thank him for that. Rest easy
Love you my brother

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