Hollis M. Lilly, staff associate in the Office of Undergraduate Advising and Academic Programming, died on July 28 due to complications from surgery. He was 36.
Lilly came to MIT in October 2003. In his capacity as staff to the faculty Committee on Academic Performance and as the coordinator of Advanced Placement transfer credit and UAAP sponsored study sessions, he worked with both faculty and students.
A resident of Somerville who grew up in Lowell, Lilly previously worked at Harvard University. He is survived by his mother, Roberta Lilly of Lowell; his brother, Jeremiah, and his sisters, Melody Barlay of Haverhill and Hope Lilly of Albany, N.Y., among many others. He was buried Aug. 4 in Tewksbury Cemetery.