Kincaid, Holly A.

November 25, 1963 - January 8, 2014

Holly Ann Hill Kincaid of Plano, Texas died on January 8, 2014 at the age of 50.  She was born on November 25, 1963 at Baylor Hospital in Dallas, Texas (the same day President John F. Kennedy was laid to rest).  She married Robert R. Kincaid in Dallas on July 16, 1994.  Holly graduated from BaylorUniversity in Waco with a Bachelor Degree in Fashion Merchandising.  She worked in sales and management in retail clothing for many years, including Schellenberger’s in Waco and Harold’s in the Washington DC, Dallas and Lubbock areas.  After earning her Real Estate license in 1995, Holly was active in residential real estate, where she helped many people buy or sell homes throughout North Texas.  She served in numerous professional and community organizations, including as Texas State Secretary of the Women’s Council of Realtors and as President of its Dallas chapter.  She loved to sing and had been a member of many choirs including Thee Power & Light at Baylor.  Holly is predeceased by her mother Faye Dell McWhirter Hill and father Joe Edwin Hill.  She is survived by husband Robert R. Kincaid, sister Mary Moss and husband John, and numerous in-laws, nephews, nieces, cousins and their families all of whom she loved dearly.  She also held a special place in her heart for her three Miniature Schnauzers (Bailey, Bonnie and Brinkley).

A memorial service will be held in her honor:

Christ Church Plano
Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 3:00pm
4550 Legacy Drive
Plano, Texas 75024-2128


Arrangements are under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252
214) 306-6700

8 replies on “Kincaid, Holly A.”

Irl and Beverly German says:

It’s so hard to express the deep feelings one has for such a wonderful person as Holly. We’ll always remember her sweet smile and her positive attitude!

Chuck Roundtree says:

Holly was one of those people you meet in your life that leaves an indelible mark on your heart. Her kind-spirit and loving nature always saw the best in people and made you feel like instant friends. As they say, it takes a minute to find a special person, an hour to appreciate them, and a day to love them, but it takes an entire lifetime to forget them. Holly was that kind of person, and I am so grateful to have known her. My prayer is for those closest to Holly to know that those we love and lose are always connected to us by heartstrings into infinity. My deepest sympathies to Robert, Mary, John and Holly’s extended family and friends.

LaCretia Willett Gregg says:

Robert and Kincaid Family, Mary and John Moss, My sincerest condolences for your loss. Holly was a very special friend to me for many years. I have some wonderful memories of our childhood. I pray that angels from heaven hold you near and comfort you during this time of sorrow. Holly has made her journey and has taken her place at the Master’s side. Love and miss you Holly now and always

Brad Malone says:

When I first met Holly, she and Robert were visiting Taos. Although I hadn’t seen Robert in years, the first thing I noticed was that he was clearly a different person — a man completely dedicated to someone, in love with a beautiful woman named Holly. Her presence in the room was unmistakeable: emanating love and joy and peace. She was a beautiful person in every way and I only wish that I had gotten to know her better. Rest in peace, Holly. All our love to you, Robert.

Carrie Shaw Pendley says:

Kent and I have been praying for all of you. What an inspiration Holly was and although it has been years since she and I have spoken she will always hold a special place in our hearts. What fun we had! What a loss to all of us here but what a blessing to know that Holly is feeling great in heaven. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Holly Hitt Niner says:

Holly was always such a lovely, sweet and kind friend and she will be missed by so many people who loved her. My prayers and thoughts are with you all.

Cindy Schuetze Hartley says:

Rest in Peace Dear Holly. Our Maker has opened His arms to welcome her home – her duties here, finished and done with the utmost care and elegant style.
My deepest sympathy to Robert and the family in this time of grief and indescribable pain. May comfort find; may peace surround you; may the memory of Holly’s love and devotion be a reminder to each of us, of how to live.

Beth Garrett says:

May you rest in the arms of The Lord! May you always be an inspiration to those who knew and love you.

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