Tammie Procella Hollier

March 20, 1964March 11, 2018
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Tammie Procella Hollier, born March 20th, 1964 in Port Arthur, TX passed away on March 11th, 2018 in Woodlands, TX.

Tammie is preceded in death by both her parents; Glendell Raymond (Pro) Procella of Groves, TX and Frances Pearl Ferguson Procella Sarver of Bronson, TX; brother, Ray Procella of Bradenton, FL and her son, Justin Ryan Hollier of Kissimmee, FL.

Tammie grew up in The Groves, TX. She attended Port Neches-Groves High School, where she was elected Indianette Captain.

Tammie settled in Kissimmee, FL where she held the title of Executive Assistant for a major Commercial Construction Co. from 1999-2013.

When Tammie lost a son, she began to devote more of her time and energy to promoting God's Word and His Deeds. She created My Portion and Cup Ministries in March 2013 and was passionate about tending the needy and feeding the homeless. She opened her doors to anyone in need. Tammie was a devoted follower of Christ. And during the last months of her earthly journey, she found solace in knowing that God awaited her arrival with open arms and open heart.

Tammie is survived by a son; Aaron Jude Hollier II of Kissimmee, FL. Sisters; Judy L. Britt of Orange, TX. Nancy G. Hoitsma and husband Karl of Tyler, TX. Ramona R. Richmond and husband Eric of Stafford, VA. Mary A. Smith of Tyler, TX. And stepmother; Josie Procella of Groves, TX.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Tammie's name, to the charity of your choice. A gathering of friends and relatives will be held from 11:00a.m.until 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 20, 2018, at Grammier-Oberle Funeral Home, with a graveside service to begin at 1:00 p.m., at Greenlawn Memorial Park in Groves.


  • Glendell Raymond Procella, Father
  • Frances Pearl Ferguson Procella Sarver, Mother
  • Justin Ryan Hollier, Son
  • Aaron Jude Hollier II, Son
  • Judy L Britt, Sister
  • Nancy G. Hoitsma, Sister
  • Karl Hoitsma, Brother-in-law
  • Romona R. Richmond, Sister
  • Eric Richmond, Brother-in-law
  • Mary A. Smith, Sister
  • Josie Procella, Stepmother


  • Visitation Tuesday, March 20, 2018
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Tammie Procella Hollier

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Jean Tierney

March 22, 2018

Tammie was the first real friend I had when we moved to Florida in 2003. She reached out to me in my time of need, and showed me the love of Christ in giving of her time, and prayers. I will miss her greatly, being comforted that I will see her again. Thank you Tammie for all that you did and gave to me over the years. I love you my true sister in Christ.

rosalba morataya

March 19, 2018

Condolenses to the family she left behind 😰 Tammie was my bff for 30 yrs in Florida. She was the kindest, loving, forgiving, friend i had ever had! The last 15 yrs she was very devoted to her new church but she still found the time to share memorable moments with me. i will miss her the rest of my days here on earth. i find comfort that shes now reunited with Justin & her loved ones in heaven. She was the sister i never had ! i will miss her dearly ! rip sweet angel. gone too soon 😰🥀💔

Brian James

March 17, 2018

I am truly sad to know that Sister Tammy is no longer here with us, but I am happy for her at the same time because we all know that she is in the presence of the Lord! There was always comfort in seeing Sister T at church and different special celebrations for friends and family. The presence of the Holy Spirit could be felt whenever you were in the same room with her. I pray now more than ever for her family and all those who knew her, for the loss of her company her on earth. I know that she is now at peace and rest and fully enjoying the presence of God! I pray that the Holy Spirit presence rest on all who knew her and that we can take heart knowing that we will see her again!

Patricia Terry

March 17, 2018

I had the privilege of knowing Tammy both at chuch and work. She was always
smiling and had a possitive outlook on life. What a joy it was being around her. She will be missed.

Karen Weathersby

March 17, 2018

My deepest condolences to Aaron and her family. Tammie’s priorities were prayer and feeding the homeless. Any activity that had to do with street ministry or walking and praying, she was there. I truly admired that about her. I truly miss Tammie and think of her often in heaven. I am so glad she was surrounded by her family during her last days. She stepped into glory, into the arms of Jesus.

Adam Hollier

March 16, 2018

Tammie will be missed here in our life, but will be living eternity with our God!

Lois Keene

March 16, 2018

To Aaron and to the loving family of Tammie, I give my condolences. I am so comforted in knowing that Tammie was surrounded by your love in her last days. I knew Tammie from church in Kissimmee. She was steadfast in her faith and lived a life of service. She was most comfortable in giving, not receiving . I am sorry for your great loss, she was truly a good soul.

Mary Ann Smith

March 15, 2018

My baby sister .... I cannot believe you are gone from this earth..... The solid, loving and trusting bond we shared as sisters was the most amazing and rewarding experience of my entire life. The memory of us growing up together under the same roof.....even in the same bedroom, are all magic memories to me now. From the mornings we awoke to our Dad standing at our bedroom doorway already halfway through his "talking to us to wake us" so we could get ready for school, to all the holidays we celebrated ( just you and me ), from the family vacations with Daddy and Josie, to the Friday night restaurant rituals at Farm Royale ( and a few select others :-)) ), from the sadness we both felt when I grew up and left home, to the friendship we developed as adults; you are deeply missed and our memories of a life growing up together is seriously cherished. The happiness in your eyes when I came to you is matched only by the happiness in my heart from being with you. I miss you. Good night, sweet dreams, I love you.

Shelly Jordan

March 14, 2018

Sad to hear this, my heart goes out to her loved ones. Praying for comfort and peace for her family. So many memories of all the great times we had together growing up in the neighborhood. Every memory makes me smile, honored to be apart of her life. Again so sorry for your loss and may she rest in peace. Shelly Hanes Jordan.