Virginia R. Holland, 65, quality-control clerk Virginia...

January 08, 2002

Virginia R. Holland, 65, quality-control clerk

Virginia R. Holland, a quality-control clerk and community volunteer, died Wednesday of lung cancer at her Elkridge home. She was 65.

Since 1971, Mrs. Holland had been a billing and quality-control clerk for the John H. Harland Co., a check-printing company, in Annapolis Junction.

Mrs. Holland worked in personnel and recruitment for the Glenn L. Martin Co. in Middle River from 1956 until 1966, when she left to raise her children.

Virginia Foltz was born and raised in Middle River and was a graduate of Kenwood High School. Her marriage to William H. Holland ended in divorce.

She was a driver for Meals On Wheels, worked as a volunteer administrator with the Howard County Youth Program, and had volunteered with Cub Scouts.

Mrs. Holland enjoyed gourmet cooking and entertaining, as well as collecting Christmas decorations, which she displayed each year.

She was a member of the First Lutheran Church in Ellicott City, where she was a Sunday school teacher.

A memorial service will be held at noon Tuesday at the Harry H. Witzke Family Funeral Home, 4112 Old Columbia Road in Ellicott City.

She is survived by two sons, William F. Holland of Federal Hill and Joseph Holland of Bowie; a brother, Joseph Foltz of North East; and two sisters, Blanche Baer of Salisbury and Margaret Kapp of Maryland Line.

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