Obituaries Related to "Holt" from New York Times Archive
Ms. Holt led the federal government’s effort to establish and standardize modern long-term care facilities for the elderly in the pre-Medicare era.
Mr. Holt spent much of his musical career creating theater projects.
Ms. Holt was one of the few women to be a leader in the land-art movement, which places objects for natural settings.
HOLT--Nicholas, 78, architect, AIA, died April 10, in Bangor, Maine after a long and vigorous life and a final struggle with Pick's Disease. He grew up in Maine and Dongan Hills, Staten Island, graduated from the Putney School in 1945 and from Princeton in 1949 where he continued graduate studies in architecture. Holt loved music and the arts, pursued political and social change, and enjoyed sailing and outdoor adventures. He served in US Army Intelligence under General MacArthur in Japan 1946 - ...
Benjamin Merrill Holt Jr. was an early designer of geothermal power plants.
HOLT--Jeanne. Beloved wife of Solomon. Devoted mother of Marjorie and Barbara; grandchildren Catherine, Matthew, Daniel and Andrew; mother-in-law of Carl and Greg.
HOLT-Waring Inge. Died on October 13, 2002, Waring Inge Holt of Point Clear, Alabama, formerly of New York. Survived by her husband, Thaddeus Holt of Point Clear, and children Sarah Holt of Washington, D.C., and Harrison Holt of Point Clear. Funeral arrangements private.
FRANKLIN-Rena Holt. On August 2, 2002, after a courageous battle with breast cancer. Beloved wife of Alan. Loving mother of Ian. Cherished daughter of Anne Holt. Devoted sister of Myra and Nina. Services 12 noon, today, at the Plaza Jewish Community Chapel, Amsterdam Avenue, corner 91st Street. In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to Vacamas Programs for Youth, 256 Macopin Rd, West Milford, NJ, 07480 or any breast cancer related charity of your choice. FRANKLIN-Rena. It is with heartfelt ...
MYERS-Robert Holt. 84. Died on May 11 at home in Chevy Chase, Maryland. He was born on March 2, 1918, in Washington, D.C. Mr. Myers practiced law as a partner of the Washington, D.C. law firm Williams, Myers & Quiggle. He served on the board of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and then became its Chairman. He was an avid hunter and occasional tennis player. He was a member of the Chevy Chase Club, the Rolling Rock Club, the Princeton Club of Washington and New York, the Metropolitan Club, the ...
HOLT-Lucille. Beloved mother to Jayne Firtell and Sari Flesch. Devoted grandmother to Charles, Leslie, Stefanie and great grandmother to Hannah and Daniel. A wonderful woman beloved by all.
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