In Memory

Carol Kemp (Holbrooks) - Class Of 1958

Carole Anne Holbrooks passed away on July 6, 2016. She was born on July 9, 1940 in Washington, D.C. and was the daughter of Richard and Priscilla Kemp. She graduated from Dupont High School and attended Jacksonville University. She began working at GMAC where she met her future husband, Victor. After marriage she worked part time in a variety of jobs while raising her family.

She loved all types of sports, especially playing tennis with her BFF Miriam Burkhart and her other tennis buddies. She was also a big fan of the Florida Gators and the Jacksonville Jaguars. Ultimately, her family was the center of her life and she will be missed by all of them. She was predeceased by husband Victor, her husband of 54 years, and survived by a son, Kevin (Nicole), daughter, Amy (Walter), and four grandchildren; Bailey, Allison, Cassidy, and Erin. Anne was a longtime member of Assumption Catholic Church.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, July 13, 2016 in Assumption Catholic Church, 2403 Atlantic Blvd Jacksonville, FL, with Father Jose as Celebrant. Calling hour will be 30 minutes prior from 9:30-10:00. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Anne's name to the American Cancer Society .

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Published in the Florida Times-Union on July 11, 2016- 



 
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07/19/16 12:47 PM #1    

Grandle Starling (1958)

~Rest easy Classmate...May we all meet again in the "Halls of Heaven"...


07/20/16 04:19 PM #2    

Lynn Lindsay (1957)

I have very fond memories of your mother.  She and I were Buddies. Couldn't call us boyfriend and girlfriend, we were friends and enjoyed each others company.  Anne, being Roman Catholic, was not supposed to eat meat on Fridays, so we used to go to Patty's Italian Resturant on Beach Blvd. for Friday night dinner.  We both loved Italian food and she could get something she liked that was meatless and still good tasting,  We ate there so often that the owner started to recognise us as regulars and would bring us a complimentry bottle of wine to have with our dinner.  We loved that because neither one of was 21 and he never asked.

We lost track of each other over the years, but she was one of those friends, one of those people that are in your life for a time, you never forget and always cherish the fond memories of your times together.

I am sorry for your loss and wish I had gotten to see her one more time before she left this planet, but I feel pretty sure i'm going to see her again.

God belss and keep you both,

Anne's old Buddy,

Lynn Lindsay


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