Jean P. StoltFebruary 12,2013
Jean P. StoltJean P. Stolt
ROCHESTER, N.H. — Jean P. Stolt, 81, died Feb. 2, 2013.
She was born in Brandon, Vt., Nov. 20, 1931.
She graduated from Brandon High School and received her nursing degree from Eliot Community Hospital in Keene.
Mrs. Stolt spent many years of nursing service in the maternity ward, emergency department and as a supervisor at Portsmouth Hospital.
She enjoyed reading, crossword puzzles and playing Scrabble.
Survivors include her brother, Gale Parmelee of Brandon; her three children, Nancy Schwartzmiller of Sanford, Maine, Mary Anne Hadwen of North Berwick, Maine, and Timothy Stolt of Las Vegas, Nev.; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her husband, Randolph Stolt, and a granddaughter.
There will be no funeral service. Private burial will be in Vermont.
Cremation is by The Cremation Society of New Hampshire in Manchester.
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