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Cynthia Jane "Cici" Hendricks Hollowell  



Cynthia Jane "Cici" Hendricks Birth: Oct. 5, 1927 Indianapolis Marion County Indiana Death: Jun. 29, 2009 Indianapolis Marion County Indiana Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana married
    Birth: Oct. 5, 1927 Indianapolis Marion County Indiana, USA
    Death: Jun. 29, 2009 Indianapolis Marion County Indiana, USA
    Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana, USA
    Cynthia Hollowell (81) On the beautiful early summer evening of June 29th, Cynthia Jane Hendricks Hollowell gently released her spirit at home in Indianapolis, surrounded by her loving family.

    Cici's sweet, vibrant personality won her many dear friends. Down to earth, elegant and kind, she always had a sparkle in her eye. Cici enjoyed good food, gardening, nature, and art and was devoted to her bridge club. She loved sports and was an avid golf and tennis player far into her later years.

    Born on October 5, 1927, the only child of Thomas A. Hendricks and Margaret Cothrell Hendricks, Cici had roots deep in Indiana's history.

    A life-long resident of Indianapolis, she attended Orchard School and Shortridge High School, both of which gave her many cherished friends and memories. She was a proud graduate of Vassar College where she formed many life-long friendships.

    A member of numerous Indianapolis organizations, she was a past president of the Indianapolis Garden Club, a former Goodwill Industries Foundation board member, and active with the Progressive Club, The Junior League, The Vassar Club, and The Indianapolis Museum of Art among many others.

    Cici especially cherished her summers on Lake Maxinkuckee where she had so many good times with family and friends. The spirit of her beloved father was on the lake where he loved to fish.

    The inspiring example of Cici's life continued to the end as she confronted illness with patience and grace, never losing her sense of humor or perfect timing.

    Cici is lovingly remembered by her husband of 58 years, Robert E. Hollowell, Jr., daughters J ulie Hollowell and Laurie Hollowell, son Tom Hollowell and his wife Carol Regier, and grandchildren Greta Zimmer, Naomi Zimmer, Irena Hollowell, Andrea Hollowell and Ashley Hollowell.


1951 Robert Ertal "Bob" Hollowell, Jr Birth: Oct. 10, 1926 Indianapolis Marion County Indiana, Death: Aug. 31, 2012 Indianapolis Marion County Indiana Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana son of Robert E. Hollowell and Juanita Marie Baumgartner


    East Shore Couple Weds in Indianapolis

    The wedding of Miss Cynthia Jane Hendericks and RObert E. Hollowell Jr. was solemnized in St. Paul's piscopal Church in Indianapolis last Saturday

    Mis Hendricks is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hendricks of Chicago and Mr. Hollowell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hollowell Indianapolis.

    Both families are Lake Maxinkuckee East Shore summer residents.

    The Rev. John H. Vruwink read the single ring ceremony. Vases filled with white roses, snapdragons, and tulips flanked the altar. Pedestal arrangements included forsythia, quince blossoms, tulip and azaleas.

    Mr. Hendricks gave his daughter in marriage. Her ivory toned slipper satin gown was made with a square neckline, ttapered sleeves, princess skirt and cathedral traiin. A satin fichu edging the neckline was embroidered with a flower motif of crystal and seed pearls. Her formal veil of heorloom belguim point lace and orange blossoms. Her cascade boquet included phalaenopsis orchids, Dutch lilacs, white camellias and seed pearls

    After a wedding trip to Central America, the couple will reside in Indianapolis.

    Mrs. Hollowell was graduated from Vassar College. Mr. Hollowell was graduated from Purdue and Yale University of forestry.


They had:
    Thomas Hendricks Hollowell - Database manager Smithsonian Museum of Natural History

    Julie Hollowell-Zimmer - is a Ph.D. candidate (research Associate) in anthropology at Indiana University department of Arnthropology & Center of Archaeology. She is researching archaeology and the art market in Alaska's Bering Strait. Her interests include global marketing of cultural property and the repatriation of knowledge, materials, and research directives to indigenous communities

    Laurie Hollowelll










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