Ann Holman

 

Ann Holman, 71, born in Seattle on May 3, 1946, died peacefully at her home in Kirkland on February 18, 2018. Loved by all who knew her, she brought light into people’s lives with her sparkle. She enjoyed retirement and travel after years touching lives as an elementary school teacher. She is survived by her three brothers and their wives, Roger and Mary Lynn, Neil and Peggy, and Paul and Robyn. The family is holding a private service and invites her friends to celebrate her life in a way that makes them say “whee!”.

Remembrances are welcome to any cause that supports children, for example:

Seattle Children’s Hospital and Research Foundation

M/S S-200
PO Box 5371
Seattle, WA 98145-5005

Gifts can also be made by calling 206-987-2153 or 1-800-635-1432.

http://www.seattlechildrens.org/ways-to-help/donate/

or

Washington Education Association Children’s Fund

P.O. Box 9100

Federal Way, WA 98063-9100

https://www.washingtonea.org/membership/childrensfund/

3 Responses to “Ann Holman”

  • Matt Gregory says:

    I first met Ann through my late wife, also a teacher. Ann had a great wit and always cared about kids, especially my son. Often at our group dinner out, we would split a pizza or baked lasagna along with sharing recent travels. Ann is truly missed and I pray her memory will live on in the many she loved.

  • Charlotte Hill says:

    Ann was a dedicated teacher who would do anything for her students. She spent many, many hours making sure all of her units and studies were wonderful experiences. She was a part of a Thoreau family and a friend to many. I am so happy to hear she had a wonderful weekend at the coast before she passed away.

    Sincerely, Charlotte Hill
    Thoreau

  • Ila Rhea & Tom Morrow says:

    Ann will forever be in our hearts and thoughts. She was a best friend for 40 years and we shared a lot in those years. We taught together, we laughed together, we cried together and we had great times together.
    She was a dedicated teacher that always put in that extra to make learning the best possible scenario for her students. She was generous with her family and friends. Always putting others first.
    Saying that we’ll miss her is an understatement!
    Thoughts and prayers to her family.

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