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Jane Holtzmann

It is with deep sorrow that I have to report that Jane Holtzmann peacefully passed away on Saturday, February 23, 2008, at her home, surrounded by her loving family.

Jane was a life member of Triangle and a very important part of Triangle's history.  Jane and her late husband, Dale were involved in the very first Triangle Institute and were familiar faces to everyone at Triangle.  Jane's smiling face always gave a warm welcome to our Triangle members at the registration desk of our conventions and school.  ...Becky Homich

M. Jane Holtzmann, Age 81, of Toronto peacefully joined her Lord Saturday February 23rd at her home surrounded by her loving family.

She was born January 3, 1927 in Harmony, Pa. the daughter of the late Willard U. and Margaret E. Herrmann Harter.

Jane was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Toronto; 1948 graduate of the Jamison Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, New Castle, PA; She was a member of the Ohio Valley Private Duty Nurses District # 18 and the Triangle Photographers Association.

She worked as a registered nurse at the former Gill Memorial Hospital and the former St. Johns Medical Center (Trinity West), former Ohio Valley Hospital (Trinity East) all in Steubenville.

Jane and her husband Dale were owners & operators of the former Holtzmann Studio of Toronto.

She was preceded in death by her parents and loving husband Dale Holtzmann who passed away July 22, 2004 and whom she married September 4, 1948.

Jane's survivors are:
2 Sons: Mark Holtzmann of Weirton, W.Va.
Scott Holtzmann and Joann Marshall of Leesburg, Va.  3 Daughters: Kristine Kelley and husband Mark of Grand Haven, Mich. Janet Jones and husband Harry of Warwick, R.I. Elaine Miller and husband Walter of Jacksonville of Jacksonville, N.C. Sister: Betty Wagner of West Sunbury, PA Grandchildren: Amy and Olivia Hendershot; Eric, Sarah and Jordan Jones and Jeff Kelley Great-grandchildren: Matthew and Jonathan Kelley

In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations in memory of Jane may be made to the First Presbyterian Church of Toronto, 116 N. third St., Toronto, OH 43964

 


Jerry Interval ( 1923 - 2006 ) was one of the foremost portrait photographers and educators of his time. His unwavering passion for photographic art fueled a professional career that spanned more than 36 years. During this time, Jerry devoted himself to portrait and wedding photography and established a reputation among his peers for his expert studio and natural lighting techniques, becoming one of the most sought-after instructors in the business. Please browse this site, www.jerryinterval.com, to learn more about Jerry’s life and his contributions to the art and science of photography.