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Callie Lynn Bolin

January 31, 1977 — February 15, 2024

February 15th marked the end of an era as the indomitable spirit of Callie Lynn Bolin was untimely extinguished. Callie, a whirlwind of joy, laughter, and fierce love, departed from this world far too soon, leaving behind a legacy of unabashed living and heartfelt connections.

Her laugh was infectious, her wit sharp, and her capacity for kindness boundless. She approached life with a rare combination of humor and depth that made her the heart and soul of any gathering.

Callie's adventures and misadventures became the stuff of legend, stories that will be recounted with laughter and tears in equal measure. Whether she was serenading a room with her off-key singing or telling crazy stories that made everyone laugh Callie lived with an enviable zest and bravery, leaving behind a world that was undoubtedly brighter for her presence in it.

Despite the challenges life threw her way, Callie remained a beacon of strength and love, especially in her role as caretaker for her father after his stroke and subsequent brain surgery. 

Callie is survived by her loving father, James Bolin, her devoted sister Cohe Bond, her caring brother Craig Bolin, her brother-in-law Brandon Bond, and her cherished daughters, Taylor Jane Cooper, Katie Kaye Brazzel, Lily Ireland Brazzel, and Matilda Nancy Elizabeth Brazzel, along with her beloved niece, Claudia Bolin.

She was as fiercely loyal as she was fun-loving, with a sense of humor that eclipsed all others. Callie's legacy is not defined by the struggles she faced but by the immense love, laughter, and care she brought into the lives of those around her.

As we gather to honor her memory and celebrate the incredible person she was, the family kindly requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to assist with funeral expenses. Your support during this difficult time is not only appreciated but reflects the spirit of community and compassion that Callie valued so deeply.

Farewell, Callie Lynn Bolin. You were a force of nature, a beacon of light, and a true original. Your journey was a comet streaking through our lives-brilliant, beautiful, and all too brief. May your laughter echo in our hearts forever.

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Service Schedule

Past Services


Friday, February 23, 2024

5:00 - 7:00 pm (Central time)

Brown Owens and Brumley Family Funeral Home and Crematory

425 S Henderson St, Fort Worth, TX 76104

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Graveside Service

Saturday, February 24, 2024

11:00 - 11:30 am (Central time)

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