February 18, 1939 - January 5, 2014
Hollowood, Mary, January 5, 2014, age 74 of Plymouth. Loving wife of James W. Hollowood.
Beloved mother of Michael Leake, Jeffrey (Genia) Leake, Jim (Susan) Leake, Cheryl Hollowood, Marc (Rhonda) Hollowood, and Jim Hollowood. Proud grandmother of Rachel, Tyler, and Austin Leake, and Stephen and Joseph Hollowood. The family will gather with friends Wednesday January 8th from 5 PM until the 7 PM Memorial Service at Vermeulen Funeral Home, 46401 West Ann Arbor Road (between Sheldon and Beck) Plymouth. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, P.O. Box 1000, Dept. 142, Memphis, TN 38148-0142. To share memories, please use the condolences link on this page.
VisitationVermeulen Funeral Home-Plymouth
5-7 PM Wednesday January 8
ServicesVermeulen Funeral Home-Plymouth
7 PM Wednesday January 8
Beth GarrisonPlease accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss…our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
The day I lost my mother, Sara Hollowood, I realized I had my own special angel to look out for me, and now you each will have your own as well. Although I know it's very hard to let go of her, know that Mary is no longer in pain. Praying for you all at this very difficult time.
Beth and Bobby Garrison
Brian & Joyce BraunJim and Family
Our Sincere Sympathy to you and your family.
Ken KlovskiJim, Our sincere sympathy from our family, to you and your family. We will pray for you and your family.
Scott DlugosAlthough my "Momma Leake" has now left this Earth for a more peaceful place, I will never be able to forget her boisterous laugh as she entertained, fed, and cajoled, all of her boys and their friends. Her passing has taken away a part of my carefree youth. She was dearly loved by all of us young men as we came of age and grew into men in the '70s and '80s. I wish that I could be with all of you tomorrow when you celebrate her life, but my own family commitments will keep me on West Coast. I will be sending my love and laughter instead. Godspeed Momma Leake from your California boy!!
Bob SmithFirst let me express my deepest sympathy to the Family of Mary Ann. I graduated high school with Mary Ann and was her prom date back in May, 1957 when she was Mary Ann Alestra. I didn't see Mary again until our 25th school reunion and it was a delight. Thank you dear Lord for her life and laughter.
Jan LemmonDear Jim and Family
Please accept my deepest sympathy in your loss.Mary always had a smile and laughing
when she came to the auctions. She will dearly
be missed by all who knew her. May she now rest in peace. Deepest Sympathy Jan
Pam BaylisGenia and Jeff and all of your family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Please know that we are lifting you up and will keep you close to our hearts during your difficult time. If we can do anything from this end please let us know. Hugs and love.
Michelle KosowskiBeloved Aunt Mary!! You were always full of life!! Always loud and funny and laughing! Always spoke your mind and wouldn't take S--t from no one. You will be missed! Thanks for all the memories and endless laughs! LOVE YOU SO VERY MUCH!!
Michelle KosowskiMike, Jeff and Jim, I am so sorry for your loss of your Mom, my Aunt. Please try to take comfort in knowing that she is in a much better place and in no pain. God needed her to keep the laughter going in heaven! My thoughts and prayers are with you. May God Bless Your Family and give you comfort during this difficult time. Even though its been a very long time, please know you are always loved and thought of often. You now have a very special angel that will guide and fight for you for the rest of your lives, until you see her again. Take Care and see you tomorrow.
The Edmond FamilyJim, we are so sorry for your loss. Although we didn't know your mom, from all the posts it sounds like heaven is blessed with another wonderful angel!
Ann FenkellMy sincere sympathy to all of the family. My friendship with Mary began some years ago at Curves. We talked, laughed, told stories, had some wonderful field trips and we did work out a little. I feel blessed to have known such a unique and caring person.
Phil & Crystal PrinceSo sorry for the loss. What a wonderful lady and mother! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you!
Denise Merryfield (Thomas)Jeff, Mike and Jimmy, I am so sorry for your loss. You guys and your Mom were a big part of my young years (and Nancy's) and I loved your Mom. She may not have liked Nancy and I being over all the time, but she was always so sweet to us "bookends". Thoughts and prayers to you and your families.
M. FranklinDeepest sympathy for your lost, I hope this information gives you comfort. The dead are at rest; they do not suffer. —John 11:11.
Respectfully, M. Franklin
V. BrannonSincere Condolences to the Family of Mary Hollowood. "There is going to be a resurrection."-(Acts 24:15).