Amy Lynn Hines

December 12, 1973August 29, 2019

Amy Lynn Hines (Treloar) of Holt passed away August 29, while surrounded by family and friends.

She was born in 1973 in Lansing, Michigan to John Treloar and Cheryl Kompsi, and grew up to be a kind, compassionate person. That compassion led her to become a child and family therapist, dedicated to helping those in pain, and to bringing comfort to everyone around her.

In October 2003, she married Jim Hines. Together, they raised two amazing children, Skylar and Jamie. A lifelong animal-lover, Amy kept her home well-stocked with pets, often animals she had rescued from shelters or the street.

She loved the outdoors, considering the Upper Peninsula her true home.

Amy was preceded in death by her Uncle Willy, Uncle Pat, Great Uncle Randy, and her grandparents. She’s survived by her husband and children, her parents, her brothers Randy, Guy, and Jack, and her nieces and nephews Kailee, Daryn, Leah, Andrew, and Jack.

A memorial and celebration of Amy’s life will be held Sunday, September 8 at 2 p.m. at Burchfield Park, Overlook Pavilion, 881 Grovenburg Rd., Holt. Park admission will be waived for those attending the service.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Amy’s memory to Saint Vincent Catholic Charities or the Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan.


  • Celebration of Life

    Sunday, September 8, 2019


Amy Lynn Hines

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Demi Burke

January 2, 2021

I only recently found out about Amy’s passing. She was my therapist for six years and she helped me more than I could ever repay. First time meeting her, she gave me a word for an experience I had my entire life that no one previously had to reassure me I was not alone. Eventually she encouraged me to go into social work. I am forever in debt to her and I wish her family well. I feel honored to have known her. She will be greatly missed by not only her loved ones but the countless people she helped.

Anaya Banks

March 1, 2020

I'm not entirely sure If i sent a memory or not already. But i'd like to revisit this obiturary. She was my first therapist, she cared for me and I knew it. I miss you. fly high, Angel.

Haddayr Copley-Woods

September 3, 2019

Oh, Jim. My heart aches for you. I know what strong partners you were together, and how much you adored her. I'm so terribly terribly sorry.