Georgia Gauss (Lindow)
Rest in peace Holly.
Jean Munger (Ainsworth)
I remember this sweet and quiet girl from Durkee Elementary. She and her family are in my heart and thoughts today. Jean
Marla Foth (Moody)
Quiet, sweet gal. Rest in peace Holly.
Cherie Krohn (Ketchum)
Didn't really know Holly very well in school, but in later years (like the 70's) she had a son who was in school with my youngest daughter. His name was Hughie and a spittin' image of Holly - and a little stinker!!! My daughter would follow him anywhere and do with him whatever mischief he had in mind - so Holly and I got invited a few times for "talks" with the kindergarten teacher!!! And then got together and compared our rememberances of Bradford! Hate to lose another classmate. My condolences to her family.
Mary Irving (Jurgaitis)
Neat story, Cherie. It' s nice to have the opportunity to get to know classmates we wouldn't otherwise have known. That's one advantage of reunions for those of us who moved away after high school. Didn't know Holly at all, though I recognize her. Hope her son turned out ok and sending my condolences to him and Holly's family.
Suzette Arnoldini (Englund)
I just read Cherie's note to Holly and I too remember Holly and her children from Southport Elementary School. "Buddy" was in school with my Jennifer also Cherie (lots of Jennifers back then...8 in that class alone) and his sister Jeannie was in school with our younger son. I have photos from a birthday party we had together. Really cute kids. Holly lived right across the street from the school. She worked in the meat dept at the Piggly wiggly and I would see her there often. Post high school we were in an organizatiobn together and she was always so nice, pretty, and a very gentle soul. So sad to see another of our wonderful classmates leave us. She will be missed.
Cheryl Hollister (Demma)
Holley and I were best friends in Jr high and early high school. Even dressed alike on some days. Wore black and red checked jumpers, white blouses,and black tights. We weren,'t the popular girls, but happy in our group. I lived in the county, rode the bus but spent many sleep overs at her house. Glad I could count her as my friend. Rest in peace my friend.