In Memory

Kalma Sue Holt

 



 
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05/07/09 01:14 PM #1    

Karen Smith (Chatterton)

I am so sorry to hear of her passing, I was unaware. I send my love and sympathy to Karma and to your dear family.

05/11/09 05:41 PM #2    

Ann Wilkinson (Coulam)

Of course, I can't think of Kalma without Karma -- "Blackie" (Kalma) and "Blondie" (Karma) as they were affectionately known at Uintah Elementary School. I envied their sisterhood, their "twinship", their unique pre-existent bond. I was fortunate enough to be their friend and to be invited over to the Holt's backyard swimming pool a number times as a young girl. I remember playing in the twins' upstairs bedroom. I remember marveling at their family of thirteen children -- all really nice kids, all friendly and popular. Even in grade school, the twins were adept at all homemaking skills; they could cook, wash and fold clothes, clean house, garden, you name it! Not only were they very hard workers, but they were musically talented, too. Kalma was the quiet one (a little less opinionated than her sister:)), always very sweet, caring, fun, and smart. Kalma and Karma are both dear friends and I feel blessed to have known them.
Even though your loss was sometime ago, Karma, I am so very sorry. I'm sure you miss Kalma everyday. I will miss seeing "Blackie" at this reunion. I'm hoping our eternal perspective, of an eventual reunion with our loved ones, will soften this earthly sorrow. I hope the best memories of Kalma, and special family times together, will surface and remain forever in your heart. Love, Ann

06/13/09 07:34 PM #3    

Dave Seiler

I do have some good memories of both of you during school as well. I now have twins in my family and it's amazing the connection that they have together, although they are really quite different. I look forward to seeing Karma at the reunion. A friend, Dave Seiler

07/14/09 02:40 PM #4    

Juliene Brewer (Killoran)

Karma -
My sincere condolences in the loss of Kalma!! I can't imagine losing a sister, much less a twin.

I have many fond memories of time spent with you and Kalma. The two of you were such fun and I couldn't imagine seeing one without the other!!

Time seems to have been very, very good to you even with the loss of Kalma. Your pictures look exactly as I remember you, Karma!! You are still so darling!!

Hugs -
Juliene "Brewer"

08/07/09 04:51 PM #5    

Kathy Olson (Czerny)

I am so sorry to learn about Kalma. We had so many fun summer days in the pool in the backyard during Roosevelt years. Kalma was always the calm and (relatively) quiet one but could out do us on any athletic field - and such a great smile.

The only twins I knew who not only didn't look like twins but barely looked like sisters yet were absolutely connected in every other way.

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