Daytona Beach, Florida
Sunday, January 9, 2011 Holzschuh was tragically killed in a tour bus accident December 26, 2010 while on vacation in Israel, Egypt and Jordon.

The resident of Palm Coast, Florida was born Joan Ann Tolino, March 6, 1928 in Hoboken New Jersey. Joan lived in Jersey City and was employed in the Alumni/Development office at St. Peter's College from 1962 until 1989.

In 1990 Joan moved to Palm Coast with her husband, Robert W. Holzschuh and became active in the Palm Coast Elks Lodge #2709 Womens' Auxillary, the Italian American Club, German American Friendship Club, the New Jersey Club, RSVP where she participated in the Christmas Giving Store and Flagler Auditorium functions, and served as a kindergarten volunteer for 15 years at Wadsworth Elementary School. In addition to serving in many community organizations, Joan was an active member of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church.

Since Bob's passing in August 2008, Joan became an avid world traveller spending time in Turkey, the Greek Islands, Italy and visiting her numerous family and friends throughout the US. Voted "Most Popular" in high school, Joan was the "life of the party" always ready with a song or spirited dance step. Her infectious laugh and charming personality would brighten any room. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her. One of her dreams was to visit the Holy Land and she did just before the fatal accident, which also took the life of her dear childhood friend, Aida Baumann with whom she travelled often, with great pleasure. Joan died doing what she loved. We are assured that her passing was quick and painless. She recently told a dear friend that "she would want to travel until she died", and we all take great comfort in knowing that her dreams were fulfilled.

Joan is survived by her son, Joseph Malloy; daughter-in-law, Nesrin; and grandson, Taycan of Istanbul Turkey; and granddaughter, Alexandra Vega; and great- grandson, Julian Sanchez Vega of New Rochelle, New York; Robert's children, Patricia "Tree" Hazard, son-in-law, Bill, and granddaughters, Grace and Casey of Ormond Beach, FL; Joni Hannah, son-in-law, David, and granddaughters, Ryan and Jordan of Vienna, VA.; Robert W, Holzschuh, Jr of Ormond Beach, FL; brother, C. Michael Tolino; and sister-in-law, Dorothy of Woodbury, New Jersey, and their five children and grandchildren; sisters-in-law, Doris (Holzschuh) Sibley, Lansdale, PA and Irene Holzschuh, Lake Stockholm, NJ. In addition she leaves countless relatives in the New York area and friends in Florida who will celebrate her memory.

A memorial service was held Saturday, January, 8th at St. Ann's Church, Hoboken NJ. Family and friends will gather Saturday, January 15th, 11:30am at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Palm Coast to celebrate the mass of Christian burial. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Catholic Charities of New York or to the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Outreach Ministry in Palm Coast. Lohman Funeral Home Palm Coast, 220 Palm Coast Pkwy. SW, Palm Coast, FL 32164 (386) 449-1100 Fax: (386) 449-1101 is handling arrangements.

Daytona Beach, Florida
Sunday, January 9, 2011

Joan Holzschuh, of Palm Coast, Florida passed away December 26, 2010 in a tour bus accident in Egypt. A Mass of Christian burial will be held Saturday, January 15, 2011 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church Palm Coast, FL. Inurnment to immediately follow at the church. All arrangements are under the careful supervision of the Lohman Funeral Home, 220 Palm Coast Pkwy, Palm Coast, Florida.

Joan was born in Hoboken, N.J., lived in Jersey City, N.J. and was employed by St. Peters College, Jersey City until her retirement in 1989. Joan and her husband, Robert moved to Palm Coast in 1990 where she became involved in many town organizations and became an active member of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church.

With Bob's passing in 2008, Joan became an avid world traveler. She traveled to Turkey, the Greek Islands, Italy, and fulfilled her dream of visiting Israel, the Holy land, before the fatal accident in Egypt.

Joan is survived by her son, Joseph Malloy and his wife, Nesrin; and grandson, Taycan of Istanbul, Turkey; granddaughter, Alexandra Vega; and great-grandson, Julian Sanchez Vega. Roberts children: Patricia "Tree" Hazard and her husband Bill; granddaughters, Grace, Casey, Jonni Hannah and her husband David, Ryan, Jordan, and Robert W. Holzschuh Jr.; brother, C. Michael Tolino and his wife Dorothy and their five children and grandchildren; sister-in-law, Doris Holzschuh Sibley and Irene Holzschuh