Helen Holt


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I remember Penny as lively, fun, and funny - and those fabulous Norwegian sweaters at St. Mary's. She was a terrific skier as well. Coincidentally, I know her first husband, Joe Hoskins, and met Jody once
during the time he and my neice were an item early on in their respective adulthoods. Penny was a vivid person, an excellent way to remember her. Her death was much too soon.

Penny was my room-mate senior year at St. Mary's. She was so bright and full of fun and mischief. She didn't seem to study much but did well anyway. I'm sorry I didn't stay in touch with her after we left St. Mary's. My sympathies to her sister Kathy (of whom she spoke most often) and the rest of the family.

My condolences to Penny's family. I am so grateful to have had her as a friend. I have many wonderful memories of great conversations. Penny really broadened my already strong love of film. I will miss her a lot.

Penny spent many summers renting an apartment in my house at Chautauqua, where we became friends. Will miss her very much and always remember her love of Chautauqua and Shakespeare.

Stan,Marjorie and families, I am so sorry for your loss. May God Bless you all. Love and prayers, Mary

Au revoir, ma tante.


Helen's Obituary

Helen P. Holt 1941 - 2013 BRATTLEBORO Helen Pennock Holt, "Penny," died peacefully on June 16, 2013, at the Hospice House in Charlottesville, Va. Penny was born in West Hartford, Conn., on March 28, 1941, the daughter of the late Guy Bryan Holt and Helen Pennock Holt. She attended Saint...

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