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Hollie J. Kuch-Burnett

June 14, 1987 ~ April 19, 2022 (age 34)

Obituary

 Hollie J. Kuch Burnett, age 34 of Sidney, passed away Tuesday April 19th, 2022, peacefully in her sleep. She was born to Glen M. Kuch & Lisa K. Kuch (Stewart).

 

 Hollie married James E. Burnett on July 19th, 2019. She loved him with everything she was. He was with her when God called her home.

 

Hollie was preceded in Death by her children’s father Jeff Potter, Brother Scott R. Stewart, and Dad Glen M. Kuch.

 

 Hollie is survived by her Mother Lisa K. Kuch (Stewart), Son Gage Castle, Son Charles and Daughter Adalenn Potter. Sisters Detra (Jamie) Gambill, Terri (Jed) Linniman and Rachael (Mike) Morrow. 6 nieces and 2 nephews, Aunts & Uncles, and Cousins. All who loved and will miss her dearly.

 

 Hollie worked/played at Gissing Co. through Express Employment. She loved working for Both places. To Hollie the most important kind of person is to be Who you really are! A free spirt....

 

 Hollie was never afraid to be herself. She definitely was a wild woman with an unexplainable spark of Life. If you have met one hold on to her, she'll also show you, her magic. She was a rare soul, she had an infectious energy that could light up a room. She fought many wars, most internally. The ones you battle alone, for this She is remarkable. She's a Warrior.

 

 Hollie wanted to be buried next to our Dad. Before we lay her to rest, we will be having a " Celebration of Life" for her. Everyone who loved her is welcome. We will have place and date updates will be posted on Facebook.

 

 Logoplaste of Minster, OH will provide the food and drinks on behalf of Mike & Rachael Morrow. The burial will be for immediate family as she would want.

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