Juliet G. Hollister
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Died in 2000. "Married to Dickerman Hollister, from 1939 until his death in 1983. Graduated from Ethel Walker, 1934; Frobel League, 1937; Honorary Degree, The New Seminary, New York. Founder and Chairman of the Board of The Temple of Understanding, an interfaith, educational organization that included major world political and religious leaders. Under her leadership, The Temple sponsored a number of acclaimed symposia and educational projects. Recipient: Governor Grosso Meritorious Service Award, 1979; Eleanor Roosevelt Award, Center for International Dialogue, 1994; Albert Schweitzer Prize for the Humanities, 1995. Board of Directors: Wainwright House, Center for Soviet-American Dialogue; American Teilhard Association for the Future of Man. Founding member of Green Fingers Garden Club, member of Colony Club. She is survived by three children: G. Clay Hollister, Chevy Chase, MD; Catharine H. Ecton, Cabin John, MD; Dickerman Hollister, Greenwich, CT. She had six grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Memorial Services will be at Second Congregational Church on November 30 at 11:30AM. The family has requested that in lieu of flowers contributions be made in her name to The Temple of Understanding (720 Fifth Ave, 16 floor, NY, NY 10019) or the American Cancer Society." 
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- Paid Notice: Deaths HOLLISTER, JULIET G., nytimes, accessed December 16, 2011.