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1950 - 2019
Carolyn Louise Holst Obituary
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February 23, 2020

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January 22, 2020
So sorry to lose Carrie. She was always a bright spot in my life with her cute sense of humor. Will miss her alot.
January 12, 2020
Am sad to know that Carrie passed away and that we hadn't stayed in touch for some years now. I met Carrie through a former housemate's sister and she became the best ever cat sitter when I went on vacations. She painted a beautiful watercolor of my cats during that time, which I love. I stayed in touch with her until she left her job managing a frame shop in Hillsboro. I always thought of her as a character who was determined, feisty, kind and responsible. My thoughts are with her and her family.

Judy Harris
Portland Oregon
January 8, 2020
Rest In Peace dear friend. Sorry I didn't know you were struggling with breast cancer. Will cherish the memories we made together
January 8, 2020
I so fondly remember Carrie teaching Linda and I to dance in the upstairs of their often busy, busy home. My deepest condolences to family and those that are grieving her passing. Respectfully,

Ann Howard (Betty Zeigler)
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