Annette Maree Holt
1948 - 2020
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Oct. 27, 1948 - Oct.16, 2020 Attended Barton Hill, Bandini, Dana, and graduated from San Pedro High with a PHD (Pedro High Diploma). Was an artist, published writer, and poet. Crocheted hats, scarves, ponchos, blankets, booties and shared them with those around her. A spiritual person who sought God throughout her life. Found friendship with followers of Jesus at Trinity Lutheran Church. A devout Catholic, pilgramaged with groups from Holy Trinity to Fatima, Lourdes, Rome, and Medjugorije. An athlete, she played softball, volleyball, soccer, sailed, bowled, and snorkled throughout the world. She was loving and kind and a friend to everyone she met. Survived by her husband of 53 years Jack, children April (John Mascola), Kelly, Jack, Danica (Rob Keese); grandchildren Zoe, Sofie, Marco, Charlie, Savannah and Timmy. Burial private at Green Hills. In lieu of flowers please donate to (Widows, orphans and disabled firefighters of L.A. City Fire Dept.)

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Published in Palos Verdes Peninsula News on Nov. 6, 2020.
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November 22, 2020
My condolences to the Holt family. Mrs. Holt was a wonderful neighbor. I always enjoyed chatting with her after Mass at HT, giving me the scoop on her kids and grandkids. She was a special lady. RIP, Mrs. Holt!!
Enza Amalfitano Pro
November 20, 2020
So sorry about the loss of your mom...our deepest condolences to the whole family
Ray and Sharon (Oreb) Estrada
Sharon Estrada
November 20, 2020
I am deeply saddened by her passing. She was truly all those things. As a former neighbor - we did so many things together as parents & friends my deepest condolences to Jack,April,Kelly,Jack & Danica
November 19, 2020
Your family was a beautiful part of our childhood. Thank you for all the wonderful memories, Mrs. Holt.
Kati Bassler
Kati Bassler
November 16, 2020
Dear Holt Family -- I recently heard of Annette's passing. I have many fond memories of her, from shared experiences as parents of students at Taper Ave. to toll painting and more. Annette was kind, cheerful, caring and giving. Our friendship lasted 40 years, and I am so grateful. With God's Blessings... Love... Diana and Family (Jeff and Jennifer)

Diana Langan
November 13, 2020
Hello Jack. Robert Pacheco here your co-captain at Fire Station 38. Well I can’t say enough about your wife and my dear friend Annette. She was so friendly to me and always smiling. I know she loved you with the most love possible, because you always talked so dearly of her and reciprocated that love with those words you spoke of her. I have thought you and your family often, even in my own retirement. I owe, and others as well, you and Mrs. Holt all the thanks for the fun and great times at FS 38. May the good Lord have peace upon all of you. Robert Pacheco 442/307-2206
Robert Pacheco
November 11, 2020
My Sweet Aunt Annette, You have always had a special place in my heart. I have fond memories of you. You have been instrumental in my life. You have always been true. I could talk to you about anything, and we did. My Sweet Aunt Annette, you are missed but I will see you again. my heart has a bitter sweet in it. My Sweet Aunt Annette, You ran the race, you made it!!! Glory to God. I love you.
Shelley Soto
November 10, 2020
Jack and Family,

Love and prayers to all. I will always remember her very robust laugh.

Rosie Palma
November 8, 2020
I just found this news of her passing. I just wrote her on Face Book. We were in CAP together. Graduated from SPHS. We both met Jack as teen. My heart goes out to everyone in her family. Also her sister. Thank you for being a friend. All the time we marched,spit shine parties. And enjoyed our best time of growing up.
Debbie Armstrong Bickford
November 8, 2020
There are no words for the loss of a mother to a great family. Hope knowing that we care will offer some comfort.

John Radine & Family
John Radine & Family
November 7, 2020
So many fond memories of aunt Annette, her positive zest for life, her many artistic talents, one day long ago she crocheted me the most beautiful afghan blanket as a gift, I will forever cherish that gift. We will miss you Annette.
Ron Soto
November 6, 2020
Aunt Annette, our lives were filled with your laughter, your memories and our families times together. May god bless your family in this difficult time. Love always “Les” & family......
The Rivers Family
November 6, 2020
All our love and support to the whole family.
Ed and Stephanie Larini
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