Martin P. Hollis, age 82 of Lawrenceville, Georgia, passed away Monday, November 25, 2019.  He is predeceased by his parents Edwy Lovic Hollis and Irma Lou Rau Hollis. Martin is survived by his wife, Dorothy Patrick Hollis; children, Marty Hollis and wife Debi, Tracy Bowker and husband Eddie and Carolyn Hollis; grandchildren, Derek Hollis and wife Diana, Casey Hollis,  Mikayla Hollis, Josh Whiteside, Kyle Whiteside and wife Meghan and Taft Hollis; great grandchildren, Kyrah Hollis and Wyatt Whiteside. A funeral service will be held at First United Church of Lawrenceville Saturday, November 30, 2019 at 11:00 AM.  The family will receive friends at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel Friday, November 29, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the American Cancer Society in memory of Martin P. Hollis. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com.

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  1. Marty, Debie and Family, I am SO sorry to learn about Martn’s passing. I have very fond memories of your parents and their faithfulness to Lawrenceceville First and to you, their family. Please receive my sincere sympathy. I am praying for your comfort and that beautiful memories of love and life sustain you!

  2. We were saddened to learn of Martin’s passing. Please know how very sorry we are. May God’s love make your grief bearable.

    Love Mary Ann & Carl McCarthy

  3. Many prayers for the family. What a legacy he lived and shared.
    God’s Presence will wrap around each of you and many golden memories will be shared. We love you all.

  4. Praying God sends many memories celebrating your daddy, Marty. We’ll miss his smile and gentleness and remember all he taught us. May God wrap you in His Presence at this special time.

  5. We are sending our love and prayers to you! Marty, your Father left a beautiful legacy to the church, his family and friends. We are never ready to loose our parents. Words can’t express our sorrow for you and Debi. We love you dearly. Your Daddy will always live in your heart. Hugs and prayers, love Christy and Jeff

  6. Dot and family, sorry to hear of Martin’s passing. He was a good man. Remember all the good times you had. Love, Ron Kline

  7. We are so sad to see the news about your father. We know these will be some difficult days now and to come. Prayers for all for comfort and strength.
    Bruce and Allan Fowler

  8. We are so sorry to hear about Martin’s passing. What a great guy! Always a conversationalist, he would chat with me about the many ways that he was involved with community. He seemed to be very concerned that we take care of one another. What a great legacy! Frank and I have your family in our prayers as you travel this rough road.

  9. Dot and family, we are sorry to learn of Martin’s passing. We pray that all of you will find comfort in this time. Martin was always outgoing and willing to help and will be missed by all. I know I had many talks with Martin and he always had a keen interest in what was happening.

  10. we are lifting up prayers for you all. we are so very sorry for your loss, but know he is sitting a Jesus’ feet. God bless you and keep
    you. Martin was such a special person.

  11. We were so sad to hear of Mr. Martin’s passing. We know that the Lord will comfort your family as he receives your dad. Blessings on the days ahead, as you mourn…

  12. Dot and family. I worked with Mr,. Hollis for many years at the Bank. He was a role model for a boss. I admired him as a friend to many.

  13. Dot, My family and I want to extent our sympathy to you and your family for the loss of your beloved husband, father and grandfather. I know he will truly be missed by all his friends, neighbors and Christian friends from church. Neil considered Martin a good friend and hopefully they will get to see each other in God’s wonderful heaven. Please do not grieve too long as I am sure he is free from all suffering. God bless you.

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