elevated 59QaH It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Judith Helen Hollick on Saturday, October 23, 2021.
elevated 59QaH Beloved wife of John Hollick. Cherished mother of Julie (Brian) and Victoria (Attilio). Devoted and proud Nana of Katie, Patrick, Alessandro and Francesco. Loving daughter of the late Dr. Edwin and Leona Langs.
elevated 59QaH Judith pursued a varied and eclectic range of activities and careers; a graduate of University of Western Ontario, she then moved into nursing earning her RN from St. Joseph’s Hospital in Hamilton. After marrying John, she moved to Toronto and became the Unit Supervisor at the newly formed Psychiatric Department at Northwestern Hospital. Retiring from nursing to become a full time mother to Victoria, she eventually came to be a pioneer in the expanding Ontario wine industry in the early 1990s, owning and operating a vineyard in her part-time which become one of the largest in the Niagara Peninsula. Meanwhile she supported her husband with his business, also as a pioneer in the solar industry to market and license the technology. In her spare time she and John built two new homes.
elevated 59QaH She travelled the world but her favourite place was a remote Georgian Bay island handed down to her from her father and grandfather. Judy would spend most summers at the island with her daughters and husband. She was a master at piloting a boat and always enjoying the beauty of this wilderness experience. She was one of the early solar pioneers and began solarizing the island in 1975 with solar hot water and off-grid solar power.
elevated 59QaH Judith was born November 28, 1939 in Brantford, Ontario.
John and Victoria, I am sorry for your loss. I remember Judy during the Solarwall Christmas parties and her visits to the office. She enjoyed talking business and a good laugh (which we did often). Please pass on my regards to the family. I will thinking of you both.
Our deepest condolences to John, Julie, Victoria and your families. We are so sad to hear of her passing. We never had the honour of meeting Judy but we felt like we knew her through John.
We are sending you all our love and support.
We are very sorry to learn of Judy’s passing. She was a true leader in everything she embarked upon, and most particularly the preservation of the wilderness experience of the upper Georgian Bay
Please know that you snd your family are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time
Kathy and George
To The Hollick family,
On behalf on my wife and I please except our deepest condolences on the passing of Judy. I will always remember when Judy would come by the office and light the place up with her energy and determination.
I will miss that.
So sorry to hear of Judy’s passing. Our families enjoyed a few summers in killarney together and created many memories to cherish.
John, Julie and Victoria, We are so sorry to learn of Judy’s passing and send our condolences. She was a good friend and special Beaverstone Bay neighbor. Lorna, Harvey, Kathryn and Sara Mierke
John and Victoria please accept my deepest condolences on Judy’s passing. I will always remember her bright personality. I’ve learned a lot from her leadership during her visits to our office. My honor and respect for her. I will pray for her.
John, Julie, and Victoria, Sabrina and I would like to pass along our deepest condolences. While I didn’t have the pleasure of her company often, Judy was always quick with a wry comment at the office Christmas party and good for a laugh. She will be missed and in our thoughts.
John, Julie, Victoria and your families: we were sorry to hear of Judy’s passing. Judy worked had to protect the communities in which she lived…as neighbours, her efforts were always greatly appreciated. Judy, you will be missed! Pat and I send our love and deepest condolences to all family members.
Dear Hollick family,
I’m so sorry to hear the news. Judy had such a big presence and I always looked forward to seeing her each Christmas and enjoyed her spontaneous visits to the office. Judy always took the time to go out of her way to give each of us a kind word and a smile. She’d always grab a second plate to make sure I was well fed at the solar conference which was always so funny and sweet.
Thinking of you and the family during this time.
John, Julie and Victoria. Sorry to hear of Judith’s passing. She was my only first cousin on my mother’s side of the family and I have many fond memories of growing up together.
Doug and Cathy Smith
To the Hollick family,
We are so saddened by the passing of Judy. We will always remember her as a strong intelligent woman who carried herself with such poise and class. We send you our sincere condolences. May she rest in peace.
Lots of love,
Renee, Tim, Weston and Darian
I am so sorry to learn of your loss of your dear wife Judy . She sounded like she was just the type of person I would have like. I am sorry that I did not have an opportunity to meet her.
My condolences to you and your family
John, Victoria and all the Hollick family – I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Condolences from my husband Chris and me. It was a delight to spend time with Judy at the solar conferences.
Dear Victoria, I am so Sorry to hear that My deepest Condolences to you and your dear family,
Dear John, Victoria, today is a very sad day for the Solarwall family, we are deeply sorry for your lost, i was lucky to met her in Toronto when i was a Solarwall beginner and remember her as a WONDERFUL Happy and kind woman. We pray for her. may she rest in peace. Our condolences to all familiy , friends and staff that love her and will miss her much. Sincerely Alfonso, Cecile, Nicolás, Chloé, Alejandro, Tomás and Benjamin.
My deepest condolences Hollick Family. I never had the opportunity to meet Judy in person but she did send me a very kind email a couple of Christmas ago which I appreciated very much as her words were very kind.
My prayers and love to your family during this time.
John, Victoria, Julie and your families, I am so sorry to hear of Judy’s passing. My husband Chris and I send our condolences. It was always a pleasure to spend time with Judy during the solar conferences. Even though I was not aware of all her varied accomplishments it was clear she was a remarkably talented woman. Thinking of you all at this time.
Mr.Hollick, and Victoria, I am deeply sorry to hear Mrs.Judy’s passing .Although I couldn’t meet hear in person, I think she was great wife as well as mother for her family through these messages above. Again, I ‘d like to send my condolences to you .
-Andrew Song from Korea
John and Victoria. Our Sincere Sympathy to you at the passing of your Dear Judith. We recall times spent visiting at Hollick reunions and at Sonja’s. May our Lord Grant Eternal Rest: Vichyna Pamyat Our thoughts are prayers are with you. Cousin Sharon and David Tkachuk
John & Victoria
I am sorry to hear Mrs.Judith passing. I have seen her many times including our Christmas parties my condolences to everyone in the family RIP
I’m sorry for your loss Victoria and family. I hope you find strength and support in one another during this difficult time.