Condolence & Memory Journal

I remember her vividly, we were about the same age. She was a shock-trooper. People today cannot imagine what it was like for gay people back in 1970, but she had courage and nerve, and she lead the charge simply by being what she was. A true legend.

Posted by Abe Zelazo - Pahoa, HI - friend   November 08, 2018

The world will never be the same without you. I will miss you dearly. Love forever, Ken

Posted by Ken Williams - Mora, MN   January 12, 2018


Posted by Valenda Newell - Indianapolis, IN   December 04, 2016

A pioneer for the transgender women to come. She was entertaining and fun. Times were hard for transsexuals, but the transsexuals, drag queens, transvestites, and Gay men and boys, found many ways of having fun, great times, during difficult times.

Posted by gus gomez - SF, CA   December 19, 2015


Posted by KARL BLUE - Valparaiso, IN - FRIEND   December 19, 2015

The death of a loved one can cause much sadness. Hoping all Holly's family and friends can gain comfort in knowing that her death is simply a deep sleep that has relieved her of all pain and suffering. My deepest sympathy for your loss!

Posted by Dianne USA    December 18, 2015

Rest in peace Holly. a true lady.god bless sweetheart xxx

Posted by paul dawber - preston - fan   December 16, 2015

sorry for your loss

Posted by Jeneva Thomas - Bridgeport, CT   December 09, 2015

I feel like my youth has died with you. Thank you for being real.

Posted by Sharon Tramutola - Jersey city, NJ   December 08, 2015

Prayers Luck and Love... You worked with our family and saw the world as yours. Certainly a lady but taught us to be strong and wild. Love and Peace
Natalie Loveland Stone
Of the Woll and Geddes Family
You will be missed by all and live on in memory eternally :0) Pshhhhh no fear only love. But you know that!

Posted by Natalie Loveland Stone - MD   December 08, 2015

Thank you for your courage and determination to be yourself, thereby inspiring so many. RIP.

Posted by - MD   December 08, 2015

Celluloid heroes never really die. God bless you and yours.

Posted by eric b    December 07, 2015

Posted by Patricia A Jublikhan PC    December 07, 2015

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by JF    December 07, 2015

A true trailblazer. May you rest in peace.

Posted by Keith T. - CT   December 07, 2015

May support from loves ones give comfort at this sad time. (1 Thessalonians 5:11)

Posted by - MI   December 07, 2015

Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.

Posted by Harry Simpson - Buckeye, AZ   December 07, 2015

Posted by David J Bhaltazhar Esq    December 07, 2015


adious ids r.i.h.

Posted by - ID   December 07, 2015

Rest in peace Holly. I met you once in my life--what a pleasure it was.

Posted by Deborah F. - Las Vegas, NV   December 07, 2015


God bless you and your loved ones ~ Rest in peace.

Posted by Jane Dowling - Waterbury, CT   December 07, 2015

I am sorry to hear of your loss. May friends find comfort in knowing that God cares.

Posted by Emma Curry - MI   December 07, 2015

Holly Woodlawn, Jackie Curtis, and Candy Darling, reunited again in the Magic Lantern of the evening sky. Sleep Soundly, Superstars. Love, Always.

Posted by W. B. Coit - Denver, CO   December 07, 2015


Posted by Linda Tracy - Cleveland, OH   December 07, 2015

My wife and I are very sorry for your loss. We hope you can draw some comfort from Psalms 37:18,19.

Posted by Troy - NC   December 07, 2015

GOD bless you !

Posted by Adrian Barnette - Topeka, KS   December 07, 2015

What a lovely tribute. Rest forever in peace..

Posted by Cherie Blair - Sydney Australia, MI   December 07, 2015

My condolences to your family and friends for the loss of your dear loved one. May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful time spent together with Them. Draw close to God and he will draw close to you.

Posted by A friend   December 07, 2015

I have found that the most original people on this Earth are the nicest and most tolerant. I hope that one day, we all get to encounter such beings and know that the Universe is so much larger than the image given to us by our parents, our schools, and our churches. Rest well, Ms. Woodlawn. Thanks for being You.

Posted by F Montag - AZ   December 07, 2015