In Memory

Sonja Holtzclaw - Class Of 1964

Sonja Holtzclaw

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11/10/11 06:02 PM #1    

Joseph Henry Farquharson (1964)

Sonja and I had several classes together. She was a kind and gentle spirit who lit up a room upon entering it. I'm saddened to know that she has been taken from us so early in life. I will always have fond memories of her. 

03/16/12 01:31 PM #2    

Les Wilson (1964)

If there was ever a beauty, Sonja was it-I worked at the College Park pool with her and others and what a treat it was to have her around! She was an amazing athlete, had a marvelous personality, and was a friend forever, as she showed up at Lynn's funeral(funeral home in Marietta) and was able to attend several of our reunions. Sonja was the picture-perfect homecoming queen that we always like to think about as the years pass-RIP Sonnie

Les Wilson

07/06/12 11:23 PM #3    

Amelia Ann Crawford (Thompson) (1964)

Regardless of one's position on the high school social ladder of popularity, Sonja treated everyone with kindness and respect.  Her friendship knew no boundaries.  I don't think there was a pretentious bone in her body.  Sonja was the ultimate beautiful person on the inside and out.

07/28/17 10:12 PM #4    

Dinah Floyd (Toro) (1963)

Oh, Sonja! What fun you were. Fun and sweet and thoughtful and nice to everyone. I was so shocked to hear you are not here any more.

07/29/17 11:22 AM #5    

Charles Curtis Rone, Jr. (1964)

Sweet, beautiful girl!

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