Hollie Milius

Hollie Jean Milius

Saturday, July 8th, 1978 - Monday, April 13th, 2020
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Hollie Jean Milius, 41, of Stevensville, passed away on Monday, April 13, 2020, at Spectrum Lakeland Health.
A celebration of life service will be held at a later date. Those wishing to leave an online condolence may do so at

Hollie was born on July 8, 1978, to Robert & Sandra (Baker) Baushke in St. Joseph. She graduated from Lakeshore High School and continued her education at Lake Michigan College where she was trained to be a Certified Nursing Assistant. She was currently working as a CNA for Right at Home.

Hollie enjoyed going to the beach and watching movies with her children. She also like to cook and shop, she would be seen most times wearing her favorite wardrobe piece, pink camo, and red plaid shawl. Hollie was a very giving and selfless person, always trying to put smiles on other peoples faces. Most of all, Hollie loved to spend her time with her family, especially her five children and cats, Neva and Luna.

Hollie is survived by her children who she loved to the moon and back, Skyllar, Cain, Logan, Cayden and Ireland; parents, Robert & Sandy Baushke of Stevensville; sisters, Heather (Matt Hosbein) Baushke of Stevensville and Heidi (Jeff) Traver of Hartford; aunt, Deb Burch of Stevensville; uncle, Rick (Sheryl) Baker of Silverdale, WA; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and nieces.

Hollie’s family would like to thank Bridgman School District for the care and support they have provided for her family during this time.
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Posted at 04:49am
This sucks. I know we weren't close. I understand and respect that you felt a certain way because I was another woman in your babies lives. But I always admired you.

Hollie...I love the spitfire out of these babies! I'm learning SO much about you through Cayden and Ireland. Not just stories, which they share so freely but through their little personalities. Your babies are doing SO good. You would be SO proud of them, Hollie!

I promise your babies are being VERY well taken care of. But you know that...we know you're watching over everyone❤

Your babies miss you. We all miss you.
I wish I would've taken the time to try to be friends with you. I'm sorry I never knew HOW to. Please forgive me?

Your babies carry their necklaces with them everywhere and Cayden still speaks as if you are here...because we know you are. You'll ALWAYS be with us, Hollie.

I promise I will NEVER let your memory fade from their little hearts. We Will ALWAYS keep YOUR memories alive.

All the kiddos still get together and go hang out and spend the weekends together at Gramma B's. We WILL continue to keep all your babies connected with one another. As a Mama, I understand how important that was to you. They are safe and they are so VERY much loved.
I'm NOT trying to replace you...but I am trying to be SOMEBODY for your babies. I promise to ALWAYS love them and take care of them as my own.

You are SO very missed, pretty girl.
And your babies love you SO much.

Keep watching over us, Mama!!
Continue to rest in paradise sweet girl...until we all meet again...

With the most heartfelt love and sincerest of condolences to your family....
You can rest easy, Mama. I'll pick up where you left off and just hope and pray that you'll be proud of me.

With all my love,

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Posted at 10:41am
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Roy Winningham

Posted at 03:21am
my heart goes out to the kids and family. I'm so sorry for your loss

Arlene Kubinski, Morgan

Posted at 09:20am
Dear Bob & Sandy, My heart is full of sadness. May God watch over her children., and a special blessing to the both of you.
Arlene Kubinski, Morgan. Kristie's mom.

Melissa Berry-Leroy

Posted at 10:21am
Friends come and go in our lives but true friends stay in our hearts. Hollie was one of those friends. I have so many treasured memories of our friendship that I can't believe its been over 20 years since High School. Playing softball was always more about the fun we had together than winning...although, we won quite a bit! I remember driving around in our car with my sister in the driver's seat, me in the passenger and Hollie smack dab in the middle because none of us wanted to sit in the back. I thought it was so we could talk but I think Hollie wanted control of the radio. I remember going to football games and hardly being able to sit and watch the game because we had to go around and say hi to EVERYONE she knew. Our lives took different paths as I moved away and we maybe saw or personally messaged each other a handful of times over the years (other than "liking" each other's fb posts) but I can still clearly hear her laugh, see her smile and remember her silliness as if it was yesterday. My deepest, heartfelt condolences to Hollie's family and minis. She was definitely one in a million!

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