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Jean C. Noah, '67
Inducted: April 2001

Holton-Arms Career
• While at Holton (1963-67), played field hockey, basketball, volleyball, track, and softball (was MVP one year)
• Played on all the varsities when we had an undefeated season
• Was the sixth member of her family to attend Holton, spanning years from 1926 to 1964: Sara Worthington Holt, ‘26; Alice Worthington Noah, ‘28; Patty Noah Graves, ‘62; Sara L. Noah, ‘63; and Dele Noah Watrous, ‘64. Alice, Sara, and Jean were all members of HAA.

Career outside Holton
• Became a golf professional in 1969 as a member of the Teaching Division and was Head Professional at her family’s golf course in West Palm Beach
• Had one of the largest Junior Programs in South Florida, producing at least 20 professional golfers
• Provides avenues for many juniors to receive full golf scholarships at fine universities
• Twice was voted one of the top ten teaching professionals nationally


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Bethesda, Maryland 20817

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