Ada "Lynn" Mulhollan

January 22, 1953 - December 9, 2020

Ada “Lynn” Mulhollan, 67, of Orange, died Wednesday, December 9, 2020, at The Medical Center of Southeast Texas, Port Arthur. She was born January 22, 1953, in Beaumont, to Frances Brownlee Soileau and Walter James Soileau. Lynn was loved by many and was known to be wise, caring, giving, and loving to those that knew her.

Survivors include her husband, Faxon Douglas “F.D.” Mulhollan; children, Jason Crawford; Kim Emigh; and Jennifer Crawford; grandchildren, Hunter Emigh; Taylor Austin; and David Crawford; and sister, Susan Lemieux.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Frances and Walter Soileau; and brother, John Soileau.

Cremation arrangements for Mrs. Mullhollan will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont, under the direction of Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street, Nederland.

In memory of Lynn’s generous nature, the family would like to suggest that in lieu of flowers and memorial contributions to donate toys or clothes for children in need for Christmas.

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Jason Crawford

I love my mother. She was a great person. Always had things like holidays and celebrations under her thumb with her great cooking, and decorating ability. Prettiest Christmas trees always next to her mother's. Momma was always wanting to be involved with things we did and with things that OUR FRIENDS did. Her and F Dee built that beautiful bayou home and made alot of great memories together. I wish she would have been able to enjoy it longer. Mom had alot of friends who loved her because of these traits and qualities. I love you momma, rest in piece, see you there!

Shirley Rodgersnn

I'm am so sorry to hear about your mom. Lynn was one of my best friends in high school. I just loved her ... she was my crazy friend! I never knew what was gonna come out of her mouth after "hey, you wanna .... ?" She was so much fun and always kept me laughing. And my mom loved your mom too!! Lynn would come over and walk in the house and my mom would holler "LYNN!!", and just hug, hug, hug her! We lost touch after graduation, as some paths do, but sometime in 1998, she called me out of the blue. It was really, really late and she told me she'd call me later, but I never heard from her. I just recently tried to find her on Facebook, but never could. I'll always remember your mom with a burst of love and joy in my heart. Sincerest condolences ...