Janie Katherine Holt, 94, of Virginia Beach, passed away on December 14, 2010 in Chesapeake. Born on April 23, 1916 in Roanoke, VA, she was the daughter of the late Iche and Beulah Oliver and wife of the late Chester R. Holt.
She is survived by a son, Ronald Holt, his wife, Irene; five grandchildren, Eddie Holt and his wife, Carmen, Kim Story and her husband, Bill, Herbie Perlin and his wife, Elizabeth, Dan Perlin and his wife, Katie, and Tora Perlin; and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, June Perlin.
Janie’s grandchildren brought joy to her life and she loved every minute they were with her. She worked with her husband’s real estate company as a bookkeeper for many years and was a member of Ingleside Baptist Church.
A funeral service will be held on Friday, December 17th at 1 p.m. at Family Choice Funerals & Cremations, 5401 Indian River Road, Virginia Beach. Interment will be private. Online condolences may be made via the online guestbook.Send Flowers
Ron and family,
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family in the passing of your Mom.
Thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this sad time
Judy and DOn
I am sorry to hear about Aunt Janie. Praying for your family.
I have wonderful memories of visiting Aunt Janie and Uncle Chet and Aunt Janie fixing a giant bowl of crab,served with saltines and Pepsi!
My thoughts and prayers goes out to Mrs. Janie Holt’s family.
She and I were pen pals for a long time. I would always send her letters of encourgement. I was always thrilled to receive mail from Mrs. Holt, and I am glad I got the opportunity to meet my pen pal.
She was a joy to meet, and I am glad our life paths crossed.
Blessings and love to you always.
Sorry about the loss of your dear love one. We all look forward to the fulfillment when God will swallow up death forever, and certainly wipe the tears from all faces. -Isaiah 25:8
Eddie, Carmen, Hunter & Family
Bob and I wish to express our deepest symathy in the loss of grandma Janie. We know how much she ment to all of you.
Always remember she had you for her family and that made her very happy & proud.
Kathy Godert & Bob Vogl
Our deepest heartfelt sympathy to our dear Aunt Janie’s family. Aunt Janie lived a long wonderful life and we love her dearly. We all will hold on to her love and memories forever. Our thoughts, prayers and love to each of you from her nieces Marge and Mary, Her great-niece Donna and her great-great niece Lori.
I was sad on seeing that Janie had passed. However, she told me many times that she was ready to go so I know she has gone on to be with her Lord.
One of my fondest memories of Janie is when I was around 12 years old. She, Chet, Ronald & June were neighbors when we lived in Ocean View. I spent many afternoons sitting on her front porch talking with her. She always sat in her rocking chair and rocked back and forth as we talked.
I also have fond memories of visiting with her in her later years. She still enjoyed sharing about growing up in Roanoke, meeting and marrying Chester,her children & grandchildren. She loved candy and McDonald’s hot apple pies.
Rest in Peace Janie.
So many wonderful memories. You will be sadly missed.