Tina Lynn Grimm Lollis went to be with the Lord May 27, 2021. Tina was born August 14, 1969, in Pensacola Florida and was a 1989 graduate of Crestview High School. She was preceded in death by her father Carl Lynn Grimm. She leaves behind her mother, Louise Grimm, Brother Eddie (Cindy) Hopper, Husband, Wayne Lollis, Two Sons, Tanner Sims, Austin Grimm, Two Stepchildren, Josh Lollis, Elane Nabors, Many friends, and family.
The service will be held at Live Oak Baptist Church Friday, June 18, 2021, beginning at 1:00p.m. with a burial to follow (2:30pm) at Early Cemetery 1601 Pine Street, Niceville Florida 32578. Instead of flowers please make donations to Live Oak Baptist Church.
Oneta Carter (Cousin / sister )
June 15, 2021, 12:00 am
Another sleepless night – I’m not sure how I’m actually doing- I’m numb sometimes so numb it hurts – – and I ￼find myself in a dark place deep within my mind — I know it’s the lack of sleep – I can’t turn off how sad I am – I wish I could – I lay down – I cry my mind goes racing through every moment of our memories we made – from our fighting like real siblings to laughing – and￼ spending every moment we could together growing up — Thelma and Louise had nothing on us — I sure could use another late night call – just to hear your voice — I can still close my eyes and hear you — just like I do for momma and Shane — I’m struggling to except you’re gone — my tears at night almost drown me so I have to sit up — I’m sure I would look crazy if I put on my scuba gear just to try to sleep without drowning in my tears — When I do manage to fall asleep I’ve woken up screaming your name – because I saw you and I wanted you to hear me calling for you however you were just too far to get back to me — you turned around I saw you — but maybe it was just wishful dreaming — because you’re too busy hugging everyone that’s with you – I’m gonna be honest — I’m miserable — this so isn’t fair — it’s not supposed to go like this — I feel cheated — I’m mad that God took you home ! We had a deal — I’m so lost – I went through some of our old photos albums -where you are always in the photos — I smiled and remember each time making those memories – I’m grateful for them – I cherish them –
Hunter’s babies are so sweet you sure would get a kick out of them – how much the boys are like Hunter and Austin when they were little — playing or fighting or eating they were always together –
Tina- you have no idea how much you meant to so many people — and we are all so lost – and empty — I love you – always