|Birth: ||Oct. 4, 1924, USA|
|Death: ||Oct. 17, 2007|
North Carolina, USA
Mildred Lawrensen-Holt died at the age of 83 on Wednesday evening at the New York State Veteran's Home.
Mildred was born in New York, New York (Manhattan) on October 4, 1924 to William Russell Lawrensen and Hjordis Gaarder-Lawrensen.
William Russell Lawrensen was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on November 28, 1902 the son of Frederick Lawrensen of Copenhagen, Denmark. His wife Hjordis Gaarder-Lawrensen was born in Fredrikstad, Norway on October 11, 1899. Hjordis died on July 9, 1989 and was buried in Oslo, Norway on August 30, 1989.
On October 31, 1942, Mildred married Charles John Holt at Sacred Heart Church in the Bronx. Charles died before Mildred on December 11, 1999.
Mildred was employed as an Office Manager for Rotron Manufacturing, in Woodstock, New York.
From 1979 until 2005, Mildred resided in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Her family said that she loved to create things with her hands, such as needlework, sculpting and painting on canvas.
She is survived by two sons, Charles and his wife Frances, of Cortlandt Manor, and Russell and his wife Judie, of Coral Springs, Florida.
She is also survived by a daughter, Dorothy and her husband Raymond Negron, of Ashokan, New York, a brother, William and his wife Pat Lawrensen, of Mechanicville, New York along with seven grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, two nieces and one nephew.
Viewing on Friday from 7-9 PM at the Funeral Home, where there will be a Wake Service at 8 p.m.
The Funeral Service and Burial will be private.
Memorial donations may be made to the American Lung Association, 35 Orchard St., White Plains, New York 10603.
EDWARD F. CARTER FUNERAL HOME 41 Grand Street Croton, New York.
Charles John Holt (1921 - 1999)
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