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Holly Ashfield

Place of birth: None

Forever remembered in our hearts.

Funeral Notice Detail

Holly went to be with the Lord after losing her battle with lung cancer. She died peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family. She is survived by her twin sister, Heather A. Ashfield and mother, Adelaide C. Ashfield. Born in Elmer NJ she grew up in East Weymouth MA and attended Weymouth High School. As an employee of, she received Walgreens’ Customer Care Award for NJ DC area in 2015. In her spirit of giving, she donated her body to science through Anatomy Gift Registry. Her infectious laugh, sarcastic humor, and funny stories will be missed. In lieu of flowers, donations can be given on her behalf to Workers in Mission of BUMC and Salem County Humane Society.

A Memorial Service will be held at

Broadway United Methodist Church

115 1/2 West Broadway

Salem , NJ 08079

On: Jan 16, 2016 — At: 12:00 PM

4 Responses

  • Sue Spahr On

    Missing you...

    There's a Holly-shaped hole inside of me. We met more than 10 years ago...on the Internet in "Cyberia", of all places! You were, Spahrtygirl. Our offbeat personalities clicked and our friendship flourished as the years passed by. I cherish all of your handmade grateful I found someone to indulge my zany character! I thoroughly enjoyed the time we spent together in Toronto. I still chuckle when I think of taking you to that punk show and telling you that should you get too near the moshpit and be sucked into the vortex, to keep your "elbows up". Was hilarious to see you walking around and obediently doing just that, looking more bird than human! I'm so glad I made the trip to see you, the kitties, and did my heart and soul good. I miss you so much and love you dearly. Rest in peace, my beautiful friend. Love, Sue

  • Cathii LaPierre On

    My beautiful friend

    For 32 years we've remained friends, through good times and bad. Even when your family moved several states away, you still hopped in your car and drove the 400 miles to see me almost every year. Your crazy big laugh made me laugh too. You have no idea how many people truly loved to be around you. Even when we couldn't see each other, you would send gifts you knitted or crocheted, and always send a note along to say hello and point out some minute flaw in it. You were so talented and I will treasure those special gifts, always. I am broken hearted that you are gone. I'll miss you more than you will ever know. I love you my dear friend, rest in peace. Love Always, Cathii

  • David Hutchison On

    My Friend

    Holly, I'll always remember your generosity and empathy. When we'd eat out together, you'd usually offer to pay and I often let you. When I was facing troubles you always offered a sympathetic ear... and I always accepted. My deepest sympathies go out to Heather and the rest of your family during this difficult time. I'm so grateful to have met you.

  • Heather Ashfield On

    Christmas Card From Heaven

    If an angel could deliver My Christmas card tonight, I would send one down from Heaven, And this is what I'd write: I'm with you through the holidays, Still standing by your side, Seeing all that you accomplish, My heart is filled with pride! Please don't ever worry, I am happy and pain free. Surrounded by the loved ones Who were waiting here for me. So have a Merry Christmas, And remember all year through, I'm loving you from Heaven, And I know you love me, too. ~All My Love Forever


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