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Memorial created 12-3-2006 by
Holli Nicole Crockett
February 9 1985 - April 9 2006
♥ This memorial web site
was created in the
memory of our beautiful daughter,
Holli Nicole Crockett
who was born in Louisiana on
February 09,1985 and
passed away on April 09, 2006
at the age of 21 years
2 months. We will remember her forever.♥
She died instantly in an automobile accident.
The driver was the man she was to marry.
He came away with an injured arm and then claimed she was driving.
April 9, 2006
Bastrop Woman Dies in Single-Vehicle Crash
Around 3:30 am this morning, Louisiana State Police investigated a single-vehicle crash in Morehouse Parish which resulted in a death. The crash occurred on LA Hwy 139, near Perryville, when a northbound 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier exited a left curve and traveled off the road and struck a culvert. The vehicle went airborne and the roof of the Cavalier then struck a tree. The twenty-one year old passenger and Bastrop resident, Holli Crockett, was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver, twenty-one year old Bastrop resident, Jeremy West, was transported to Morehouse General Hospital with moderate injuries. Both were wearing seat belts. Alcohol is suspected to be a factor and routine toxicology tests are pending. West was charged with vehicle homicide and careless operation.
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A few things about Holli:
1. She loved Napolian Dynamite (God only knows why)
2. She loved Techno music (thats another mystery)
3. She always wanted a Bassett Hound and I gave her
JoJo for her 21st birthday. He drives me crazy
and I know she has something to do with that.
4. She loved all animals. She used to be indifferent
toward them but the more mature she became,
she started to appreciate the love and devotion
an animal can give you. She had always wanted a
snake, and I told her that she would have to feed it
live rats and she said "so what". Well when she got
the snake and had to actually do it, it was hard for
her and she felt real guilty about the little mice.
The compassion that she had for animals made me
proud. It showed me that she was a caring person
and if she was concerned about an animals feelings,
then you can only imagine how she felt
about a persons feelings.
5. She loved children. She would spend time with
the children I babysit with and she had such
joy watching them learn new things. She always
wondered what they would be like when they grew up.
She planned on being there for all of their birthdays
She loved them so.
6. She loved visiting her grandparents. Mainly to aggravate them but that was out of love too. She was a papaws
girl thats for sure. She could do no wrong in his
eyes and she could get anything from him.
7. She loved her daddy. She liked to aggravate him too.
But he gave back just as good. I loved watching them argue.
He would do him homeboy routine and embarrass the heck
out of her. He always threatened to come to the school
and do it.
When she was born, she looked so much like him that people
used to tell me that they knew he was the dad but wasn't
sure I was the mom. She may have looked like him but
she had my spoiled attitude.
8. She hated speghetti and we loved it and
made it all the time.
She would eat it but with protest.
9. She always had a fascination with the color black.
She went through a "dress all in black stage"
when she was younger and then wanted her
room decorated in black
and white when she got older.
That was what
we were doing her room in before she
passed. I am going to finish the room.
Those will be my colors.
10. When she loved, she loved with all her heart.
You couldn't persuade her any other way.
She had a very forgiving heart and
overlooked alot. I will miss that
11. When she was around 5 years old, she LOVED
the wizard of oz. She would dress up like dorothy.
They finally came out with ruby shoes a couple of years
ago and she said that she would have loved to have had
them when she was little. She also went through
a Bon Jovi stage around that same time.
12. She believed so much in the Lord and always
felt that there was a reason for everything.
She never blamed Him for anything bad that had ever
happened to her. She just knew it just had to be.
She had planned on getting back into church
before she passed.
She had visited many and was trying to find the place
that she felt like she belonged. The irony is that the
church that we had her funeral in would
have been perfect for her.
I know she would have loved it.
Please visit Holli's webpage to learn more about her and light a candle for her. The only thing we can do now is try and keep her memory alive.
Our hearts are forever broken without her.
A photo of Holli is here
Please sign the guestbook for Holli by clicking here
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