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Army veteran and lawyer was also a competitive sailor
Jack   Dunaway   Holt,   a   U.S.   Army   veteran,   lawyer   and   competitive   sailor,   died   from   a   stroke   on   Nov.   3,
2021, in Memphis, Tennessee. He was 93.
Born   on   May   23,   1928,   in   Los   Angeles,   he   moved   to   San   Bernardino   and   then   to   Redlands,   where   he
resided   and   raised   a   family   for   many   years.   In   2020,   he   moved   to   Lakeland,   Tennessee,   where   he   lived
the remaining years of his life.
He   graduated   from   San   Bernardino   High   School   in   1946,   attended   San   Bernardino   Valley   College   from
1946   to   1950   where   he   earned   a   degree.   He   then   enlisted   in   the   Army,   where   he   served   as   a   corporal   for
two years from 1950 to 1952 in El Paso, Texas. He remained in the Army Reserves until 1958.
During   his   enlistment,   Jack   married   Geraldine   Hoge   in   1950,   who   he   met   at   Valley   College.   After   his
service   he   earned   a   political   science   degree   in   1955   at   the   University   of   Redlands.   He   earned   his   juris
doctorate at Stanford University Law School in 1958.
He   then   joined   the   San   Bernardino   County   district   attorney’s   office   where   he   worked   for   the   next   two
years.   He   then   went   into   private   practice   as   a   partner   in   the   offices   of   Keller   &   Holt   where   he   specialized
in family law, business and probate. He retired from practice and that firm in June 1994.
He   worked   as   a   freelance   photographer   to   local   newspapers,   in   the   Army   and   recording   the   family
history.   He   was   active    in   the   Lions   Club   and   Legal   Aid   Society   in   San   Bernardino,   was   president   of   the
San   Bernardino   Bar   Association,   was   a   4-H   leader   and   a   member   of   the   Redlands   Camera   Club.   He
sailed   for   many   years   in   races   to   Mexico   and   in   and   around   the   San   Diego   area   participating   often   with
the San Diego Yacht Club.
He   was   preceded   in   death   by   his   wife   of   55   years,   Geraldine.   He   is   survived   by   his   five   children,    Rebecca
Holt   Roche   (Wilbank)   of   Lakeland,   Tennessee,   Pamela   Jenkins   and   her   husband   Mark   of   Hubbard,
Oregon,   Michele   Krantz   of   Fort   Walton   Beach,   Florida,   Shawn   Holt   and   his   wife   Kathleen   of   Newport,
Oregon,    and    Martha    James    and    her    husband    Bill    of    Plano,    Texas.    He    is    also    survived    by    12
grandchildren,   nine   great-grandchildren   and   cousins   Tom   Denham   and   his   wife   Sandi,   Steve   Denham
and Gretchen Cestero and her husband Ramon.
A   graveside   service   will   be   at   9   a.m.   Friday   at   Memorial   Park   Funeral   Home   and   Cemetery   in   Memphis.
Family will rceive guests beginning at 1 p.m. followed by a memorial service at 2 p.m.