Holt Ends 39-Year Federal Career
Mary C. Holt, who worked at NIH for most of her 39-year government career, retired on Mar. 30. She graduated from Richard Montgomery High School in 1962. She started working at NIH as a clerk-typist in the Division of Research Grants in Bldg. 31 and later moved to the Westwood Bldg. when it opened in 1963.
Mary C. Holt
She transferred from DRG (now CSR) to the Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services as a management assistant in 1977.
Holt returned to DRG as a computer systems analyst in 1988. She retired from OD's Office of Policy for Extramural Research Administration, where she had worked as a computer specialist since 1996.
In 1992, Holt and her coworkers earned an NIH Award of Merit for their work on the Financial Status Report.
Holt is looking forward to spending more time with her terrier, and to gardening in her yard. She will be taking many day trips to photograph nature and scenery, and will take lessons on her new baby grand piano, which she purchased for retirement.
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