Vigil Held for Teen Who Died Suddenly in Her Sleep

Reported by: Mark Armstrong
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Updated: 4/16 11:02 pm
Wednesday night in D’Iberville, about 200 people attended a vigil for 16 year old, Hollie Gonsollin, who passed away this past Saturday. The D'Iberville High student was active in tennis and dance. Hollie's friends described her as an outgoing and happy person. According to friends, Hollie died Saturday night in her sleep while babysitting. Friends say Hollie was found lying on the a couch with the child she was babysitting asleep in her arms.

Skylar Lebatard, a friend of Hollie’s, says, “She danced with us, she ran, she played high school sports, so she passed the physical. It’s shocking to us all that she was active in so many things and nobody knew about it.” Visitation will be Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Pentecostals of the Gulf Coast Church in Biloxi.





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