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Dennis Williams Wife Hollie Williams Is Raising Two Daughters Elyse and Emerson

Canadian ice hockey coach Dennis Williams is married to his partner Hollie Williams.
Canadian ice hockey coach Dennis Williams is married to his partner Hollie Williams. ( Source : sportingnews )

Dennis Williams and wife Hollie Williams have two daughters named Elyse and Emerson. Dennis is living in Lake Stephens with his family.

Sports has been a massive part of the Williams as the couple first met when Dennis had just started his career as a coach in ice hockey. They have seen a lot of personal and professional success as a couple.

Williams, a Canadian ice hockey coach, is currently in charge of the Western Hockey League's Everett Silvertips. Following Scott Paluch's abrupt departure, Williams served as the team's interim head coach at his alma University, Bowling Green.

Everett has had success in the classroom, on the international sets, and in the Western Hockey League under Williams, winning four U.S. Division titles, a Western Conference championship, and three Conference regular season titles.

Dennis Williams Wife Hollie Williams

Dennis Williams met his wife Hollie for the first time in New York City. Dennis and Hollie reside in the city of Lake Stevens with a family of four.

The couple tied the knot and exchanged vows in 2014. They have been married for eight years. In the years since, they have been blessed with two adorable daughters, Emerson and Elyse.

Hollie and Dennis have been together since they first met at Utica College in upstate New York, where Williams was an assistant coach. Since then, they've lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Alabama, Texas, Illinois, and Washington. 

Coach Denis and his partner Hollie are settled in Lake Stevens.
Coach Denis and his partner Hollie are settled in Lake Stevens. ( Source : twitter )

Williams once said in an interview that if his partner Hollie had any hockey background, she'd give him the business when he gets home after games. However, she has not played sports professionally but is seen during her husband's games. 

Hollie became prominent after dating and marrying the 43-year-old coach from Stratford, Ontario. She became a mother for the first time in 2014 and again in 2017.

According to heraldnet, Williams and his spouse Hollie had hockey sticks in their hand on their wedding day. They had a hockey-themed wedding. Also, they were expecting a baby during their marriage ceremony.

Both the ice hockey coach and his partner have maintained a low-key lifestyle and relationship. Moreover, they do not use social media. 

Dennis Williams Family

Dennis Williams brought up his family of four in New York even though he was born in Canada.

Dennis and Hollie live along with their daughters. Their eldest child Emerson is 13 years old, and their youngest one, Elyse, is 10.

Dennis, born in Stratford, Ontario, relocated to the USA, where he found the love of his life. The ice hockey coach started dating his partner Hollie soon after they met for the first time and settled in New York.

After dating for some years, the love birds decided it was time for them to take their relationship to a new level, and they got married in 2009.

Emerson, their 13-year-old daughter, was born when Williams worked as an assistant at Bowling Green, where he attended college. Williams and Hollie bought a house and settled in Amarillo year-round with their first daughter, Emerson, before her younger sister Elyse arrived on the scene.

Denis has two daughters Emerson and Elyse.
Denis has two daughters Emerson and Elyse. ( Source : hockeyfeed )

The 43-year-old coach became a father for a second time when he was in charge of the Amarillo (Texas) Bulls after Elyse was born in 2012.

The Stratford native often talked about his family and especially his daughters. Based on the previously mentioned source, he said that no matter how enraged he is, everything stops when he hears the girls' voices after a game. When the small ones burst into the office, he will switch from being in any rage while viewing videos to asking, "Hey, gals, how are you doing?"

Williams' family has assisted him in maintaining perspective throughout his rise through the coaching levels.