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September 16, 1958 ~ September 12, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Robert Joe Hollins Sr. was born September 16,1958, in Kilgore Texas to the parentage of Johnnie Edward Hollins and Lee Mildred Boyd. He is preceded in death by his father, Johnnie.
Evangelist Robert Hollins was a member of the Murry League Baptist Church in Ore City, Texas. Where he served as a minister, CD Label Maker, and joined Murry League Men’s Ministry
Robert is a 1976 graduate of Longview High School. He received his EPA Certified as a Universal Technician in Kilgore College Program on December 28, 1993, Associates of Arts from University of Phoenix on July 31,2012, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology on the 8th of October in 2013, and in 2015 he became a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor.
Mr. Hollins married Debbie Louise Morrow on November 21, 1998, to this union their children, Eric Morrow, Tiana Hollins, and Robert Hollins Jr.
Mr. Hollins worked at Resistol Hat Factory of Longview Texas, Aaon Coil of Longview Texas, and Dana Corp of Longview,Texas.
He previously worked at Community Health Core as Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC), East Texas Treatment Facility of Henderson as LCDC: SAC Coordinator, and Supervisor. Licensed contract with government agencies.
There are many people who loved and cherished Robert, including his sisters Anne Taylor (Carlon) of Longview, Texas, Leola Jacobs (Dalphus) of Dallas,Texas; Loretta Hollins (Fred) of Kilgore, Texas, and Yolanda Jones (Clarence) of Longview, Texas. All will miss him and forever cherish the memories they were honored to share with him.