Maureen K. Holt

1963 ∼ 2020

Annie Fahey of Milton MA wrote:

Dear William , Sean,Cynthia,Susan and the entire Kelly/Holt Family I am truly sorry - Maureen was too young and taken too soon- a great person, wonderful and loving wife,mom grandmother and sister,who loved you all very much. Maureen will be forever in your hearts- so many memories to cherish- an angel on your shoulder with that twinkle in her eye watching over each of you always and forever. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Fly with the angels Moe

Anne McHugh Childs of Sudbury, MA wrote:

Dear Will, Sean, Cynthia & Susan, I was so saddened to hear about the loss of your mom & dad. They were the nicest couple you’d ever want to meet. I worked with your mom years ago at Osco Drug in West Roxbury. She was one of the best bosses I ever had! She was so funny in fact, I can still hear her laugh. She was great to work with & she really made it a great place to work at. She always wanted us to have fun but, she wanted us to get our work done too! You knew it was going to be a great day at Osco when “Moe” was your manager for your shift. I remember your dad coming into the store & he was always so friendly & always had a smile on his face. He’s always have time to chat with you. The love they had for each was undeniable. I will keep your entire family in my thoughts & prayers during this difficult time. Keep the memories of your wonderful mom & dad alive. They are two angels now who will forever watch over you all ❤️

Mary Jane Mendes of Attleboro MA wrote:

My heart breaks for this family. I’ve never met any of you, but my husband, Ed Mendes, worked for RiteAid/Walgreens, and always spoke very highly of Maureen. Sadly, Ed lost his cancer battle in July 2020. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Colleen Burke of West Roxbury wrote:

Deepest condolences to the family. Was a great pleasure to work with both Maureen and Jim. Two lives gone to soon. They will be missed

Luis and Gaby of Jamaica Plain, MA wrote:

Our condolences and love.

Gene Lacey of East Bridgewater, Ma wrote:

So sorry for your loss. Moe and Jim will be remembered as great people. They were always smiling and having a good time. Knowing them thru Osco I saw them as hard working, smart and great leaders of their people. Always willing to take on and achieve any challenges thrown their way. On a personal note, Moe hired my son Brian in high school, got him into the pharmacy, and based on that exposure Brian went to grad school and became a scientist. On the fun side, the Kelly Memorial golf tournament was an annual day to forward to. Moe and Jim will be missed. Gene and Debby Lacey

The Rubins of Brockton, MA wrote:

We are devastated to hear about both Mo and Jim’s passing. Wonderful neighbors who would do anything for you. Can’t believe they’re gone. Our thoughts and prayers and prayers are with you. The Rubins

Christine Tedeschi wrote:

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Maureen and mom Theresa worked with them for many years at Oscos and I can remember going in and seeing Maureen always smiling. She was so nice my mom there loved her so much ...I am so sorry to the entire family Rest always

Christine Tedeschi wrote:

Very sorry to hear of Maureen and Jim’s mother Theresa worked with them for many years at Osco’s and always said how sweet Moe was she loved her when I would go in she was always so nice and always smiling...I am so very sorry to the entire family may they be together at peace now

Catherine M Spahr of McLean, VA wrote:

So sorry to hear about Maureen and Jim's passing. I knew Maureen for many years. We went to LOngfellow School in Roslindale together and she spent a lot of time at my house. We lost touch for a little while and met up again at Emmanuel College. Maureen was a wonderful person. We had a lot of good laughs together and my heart aches for your loss. God bless.