HALTOM CITY — Mary J. Mollohan of Haltom City, Texas passed away Friday, August 26th, 2011 at age 56. She deeply loved her family and her animals.
Mary felt strongly about organ donation and was able to help more than 50 recipients with her passing. She also loved animals and because of this love for animals, donations can be made to the Fort Worth Dog Park which was one of her favorite places. Donations can be made via fortwoof.org by clicking the Donate button at the bottom of this page: http://fortwoof.org/support.htm When you get to the final page of the process, you will see a place to click that says “Add special instructions to the recipient.” click here indicate that your donation is in Memory of Mary Mollohan. They will keep track of everything that comes in with her name on it. We are hoping to use these donations to get a memorial bench in her name that her family & others can enjoy every time they go to the Dog Park. Mary will be in our hearts everyday and greatly missed by everyone.
Survivors: husband of 28 years, Kenneth Mollohan of Haltom City; son, Brandon Kenney of Las Vegas, Nevada; stepdaughters, Tammy Mollohan of Haltom City, Texas and Stephanie Richardson of Lufkin Texas; Grandchildren, Aly Mollohan of Haltom City, Cole Kenney of Las Vegas Nevada. She is also survived by her father, Dr. James W. Holbrook of Corpus Christi, Texas, siblings Mike Holbrook of Lexington Ky, Steve Holbrook of Lexington Ky, Beth Conkwright of The Colony, Texas, John Holbrook of Southlake, Texas, along with an abundance of wonderful nieces, nephews, and step-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her mother, Dorothy Regner Holbrook and sister, Judy Tipton.