Holmes, Marion Wolf In Meriden, Jan. 25, 2008, Marion Wolf Holmes, 88, of Harrington St., Meriden, wife of William E. Holmes, Sr. of 68 years on January 10, mother of Sharon Ritchie and her husband, Arthur of Clinton, William E. Holmes, Jr. and his wife Charlene of Wolcott, grandmother of Kyle Ritchie of St. Petersburg, FL and Kristopher Holmes of Lake Wylie, SC. She was predeceased by a sister, Laura Weeks and a brother, Karl Wolf. Marion was born in Meriden, Nov. 18, 1919 a daughter of the late Carl and Viola Freudenthal Wolf. She was retired from the Thompson Candy Company and was a member of the former All Saints Episcopal Church and an avid bowler and golfer. Funeral arrangements are private and under the direction of the BEECHER & BENNETT - FLATOW FUNERAL HOME, 48 Cook Ave., Meriden. To send a condolence see obituary at www.beecherandbennett.com.

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  1. Bill, Dave and I are so very sorry to hear the news about your mom. Just remember how much your friends at Mount Snow love you and have you and your family in our prayers. Love, Dave and Laurie

  2. Bill, Janet and I will miss Marion very much. She was a warm and loving person.She took to my teasing, and gave it back to me too.I will always remember her competative spirit in bowling.Janet and Paul

  3. I am so sorry to hear that Marion has passed away. She was a wonderful lady and I have such great memories of growing up with her as my across the street neighbor, always there when I fell off my bike-letting me play with the dogs, and visiting you at Clinton Beach. She will be missed by many of us. God Bless

  4. I am sorry to hear of your loss. She was my neighbor when I was growing up.She was a caring neighbor who enjoyed watching my brother and I grow up.May prayers help you in this tme of grief

  5. Iam Sheila Dobson Panciera and my sister Judy Dobson Hubeny would like to express our deepest sympathy to Bill and your family. We are remembering Marion and all the years we were neighbors. She was a good neighbor especially to our mother. Marion was always there for our mother and we will never forget the way she cared. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Bill and your family.

  6. Tom, With our sincere sympathy. Your sorrow is beyond words,but not beyond the caring and sympathy of friends. Karen & Paul Ruffoni

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