Jay Dee Dolan, Jr.
Funeral services for Jay Dee Dolan, Jr, 41, Lawrence will be held at 1:00 p.m. Monday, April 13, 2015 at Warren-McElwain Mortuary in Lawrence. Burial will follow at Oak Hill Cemetery. He passed away Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
Jay was born May 30, 1973 in Lawrence the son of Jay Dee Dolan and Candace Marie (James) Dolan.
He worked at Hallmark Cards, Inc. as a forklift operator in the warehouse for 22 years.
He enjoyed playing Texas Hold’em Poker, he enjoyed watching sports, especially the St. Louis Rams and KU basketball.
Survivors include his mother, Candace and stepfather, Rick Thompson; grandparents Pete and Mary James; goddaughter, Raven Rolland; stepbrother, Anthony (Kristi) Thompson; niece, Laci; and his Hallmark family. He was preceded in death by his father, Jay.
The family will greet friends from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Sunday, April 12th at the mortuary.
Memorial contributions may be made in his name to Raven Rolland Education Fund and may be sent in care of Warren-McElwain Mortuary.
May god wrap his arms around the family and friends of Jay. I’m gonna miss you man.
Even though I didn’t know you as long as all the fellas from the “Eastside” We still had some fun times together! All the times jamming our rides with stereo’s worth more than our cars, rolling with the “posse” and all the crazy stuff we used to do. Sorry we didn’t get to hang as much lately as our lives got busier. I will sure cherish the times we did spend together, going to miss you little buddy Jay. Hope we’ll see each other again. Love ya!!
Great guy! Rest in paradise brother!
Rest in peace Jay. I’ll never forget the time you had my back outside at the Room. Had you not been there, I don’t know what would’ve happened. That was the night that I knew you were my friend, and I will miss you.
Hugs and Prayers for the family. Jay was a wonderful person. Jay was always a wonderful and kind person to work around. He sure loved playing Texas Hold’em. His eyes would light up when he would tell me about his latest tournament. You are in God’s hands now and out of pain.
Such an amazing man! You will be greatly missed!
Jay will always be member of the Six Mile family. We will miss you, Jay; I will personally will forever be a Rams fan now, just for you! Thanks for brightening my evenings!
Rest in peace Jay n prayers goes out to his family n friends he will be missed at hallmark cards he was a good guy to work with
I played poker with Jay for years. I moved back home a couple of years ago. So sorry to hear about his death.R.I.P Jay
Man, may you rest in peace gonna miss you. To the dolan family prayers r sent your way god bless the family.
R.I.P. Jay. You will be dearly missed. ♡ Prayers to the Dolan family.
I’m so glad I had the chance to have Jay in my life. We had some good times while we worked at Hallmark. He loved his Metallica back in the day. Jay was a great person. Blessings to all those he touched.
Hope you get all the pocket aces you deserve up there…….. You will be missed, but your memory will live on in all those who had the opportunity to meet you.
RIP Jay you will be missed by many.