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PARIS — William Holden, a former managing editor of the International Herald Tribune, died Monday in a nursing home in Grand Forks, North Dakota, after a long illness. He was 72.
Mr. Holden’s Chaplinesque blend of wistfulness and wit made him one of the finest character dancers in Britain’s Royal Ballet before he settled in Los Angeles and became one of the area’s most popular ballet teachers.
HOLDEN--Randal. Of Reno, NV, on December 1, 2004. He was the husband of the late Dorothy Meyers Holden with whom he enjoyed many years as a resident of Larchmont, NY. He is survived by a daughter, Ann Holden Brady and her husband David of Chester, NJ, a son, Roger Holden and his wife Elizabeth of Larchmont, NY and a son Tyler Holden of Reno, NV along with four grandchildren, Elizabeth Brady, Jonathan Brady, Lauren Dorothy Holden and Randal Jeffrey Holden. Randy was born February 8, 1915 in Pleas ...
HOLDEN--Berta. Park East Synagogue mourns the passing of our beloved Berta Holden, wife of the late Oscar, devoted member and scholarship benefactor of the Rabbi Arthur Schneier Park East Day School. Deepest sympathy to the bereaved family. Rabbi Arthur Schneier Michael Scharf, President
HOLDEN-Richmond Young, Sr., of Weston, MA and Quogue, Long Island, NY on July 24, 2001. He was the former President of J.L. Hammett Co. and a late WW II Veteran. Husband of the late Mary Jane (Muzzy) Holden. Father of Richmond Y. Holden, Jr. of Doxbury, MA, Jeffrey S. Holden of Weston, MA, Mary Cort Atkinson of Atlanta, GA, and Luisa H. Holden of Weston, MA. Also survived by ten grandchildren. A memorial service was held on Friday, July 27 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Weston, MA. Donations ...
HOLDEN-Bob. Born March 19, 1945. Passed away in Los Angeles on October 6 after a long illness. Survived by his life partner, Steve Montgomery, cousins Cathi Clemente and Barbara Washa, and many friends. Donations: American Cancer Society and Project Angel Food.
WHITE-Wynne Holden (Nourse) 71, Sculptor. Died April 5, 2000 at home. Recently honored with a showing of her work at the Spring Bull Gallery of Newport, RI. Wynne White passed away peacefully at home with her family Wednesday after a short illness. She was born April 3, 1929 in Cleveland, Ohio, only child of Dean Hawley and Katharine Foote Holden, educated at the Laurel School and Vassar College. She married Harvey Edward Nourse (deceased Dec. 23, 1974) and Knowlton Hollingsworth White. She leav ...
HOLDEN-Bernard. Passed away on September 22, 1998. Husband of Mickey. Father of Stuart and Leslie, grandfather of Jason and Gregg. Brother of Estelle. We will always remember you. Estelle and Leon Port and family
HOLDEN-Bernard. Pased away on September 22, 1998. Husband of Mickey. Father of Stuart and Leslie, grandfather of Jason and Greg. Brother of Estelle. We will always remember you. Estelle and Leon Port and family
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