MONTEREY – Natalie Pressman Hollander (nee Bromberg) died peacefully on October. 27, 2013 of natural causes. A longtime resident at Pacific Meadows she enjoyed the natural setting it provided for the last 22 years of her full life. She studied music at Princeton University and was a piano teacher in the area until she moved to California in 1979. She made many friends when she worked at McGraw Hill as a proofreader and tester. She was a lover and supporter of the Arts, Music and Nature. As a volunteer at the Monterey Bay Aquarium she helped kids and adults get close to marine life at the "Touch Pools". Her love of reading and music had big influence on her children. They love music and reading too! She enjoyed to travel and taking day trips in her car throughout California when she was few years younger.
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She was preceded in death by Preston Hollander III. She is survived by her sister, Elinor Brown. And her children, Elliot (wife, Margaret), Marcia, Daniel and Bruce (wife, Barbara); her grandchildren, Sarah Nelson, Stephanie Kerr (husband, Brad), Nicole Pressman, Eric Pressman (wife, Mimsy), Julia Pressman, Stephen Pressman, Michael Pressman and Joseph Pressman; and her great grandchildren, Charlotte and Lyla Kerr and Rebecca and Isabella Pressman. Her ashes will be sprinkled in the Pacific Ocean when no one is looking. So long Mom; we love you and we'll see you further on up the road.
Published in The Monterey Herald on Nov. 12, 2013