LINDA WOOD HOLLIS
LINDA WOOD HOLLIS Linda W. Hollis, 76, a beloved wife, mother and friend, passed away on December 22, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV, a victim of COVID-19. She was the wife of Warren P. Hollis. They shared 30 years of marriage together. Linda was born in Hartford, CT to the late Rolland and Dorothy Wood on August 12, 1944. She graduated from Manchester High School in 1961 as a Merit Scholar and then went on to college at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Connecticut and graduated as a University Scholar with a degree in Pharmacy in 1966. She married the love of her life, Warren on March 16, 1990 at Second Congregational Church in Manchester, CT. Linda is survived by her husband, Warren, her daughters, Kathryn and her spouse William Perkins of Acworth, GA, Emily and her spouse Michael Baran of Vernon, CT, and her son, Timothy Quinn and his girlfriend Karen Benoit of Vernon, CT. She is also survived by her cousins, Judy Brisbois of Colorado Springs, CO and Charles Miller of Waxhaw, NC and Robert Miller of Ludlow, MA. She is also survived by her first husband Matthew Quinn and his spouse Judy of Manchester, CT. As an only child, Linda loved reading and getting lost in the stories of a great book. She loved to travel the US with Warren and especially enjoyed their trips to Hawaii. She was an accomplished photographer and also an avid animal lover. A private service will be held on August 12, 2021 in Manchester, CT.

Published by Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jul. 23, 2021.
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One of Linda´s first jobs was a babysitter to me remember her reading animal stories out loud to me in the days of black and white television. Pleasant memory!
Edward Ward
Friend
July 25, 2021
I remember working with Linda at RGH. My husband and I visited with her in Las Vegas in 1999. Linda gave me a gift of plants before she moved west. She and Warren had a lovely home with a dry river bed and an adopted turtle which they looked after. She will be missed by many friends that she has acquired through the years. Rest In Peace. I still love her perfume!
Patricia Shary
July 22, 2021
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