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Marjorie, your many months of research leading to the publication of “Easy Walks in Massachusetts” and collaboration with Mark Mandeville and Raianne Richards, of the Massachusetts Walking Tour, have led to positive outcomes. Congratulations on providing the ten communities visited these past days (Webster, Douglas, Uxbridge, Upton, Hopedale, Milford, Medway, Bellingham, Franklin, and Blackstone) with quality vocal, musical performances, and good experiences and memories. Bob Crowther, Auburn, MA

Marjorie Turner Hollman has been stellar on the occasions I’ve asked her to create accurate, readable text from transcripts. This was particularly challenging on one occasion because the narrator, who learned English late in life, spoke in confusing circles and her information was replete with contradictions, gaps, and illogic. Marjorie did a great job making as much sense as possible of the transcript, enabling me to return to the narrator for clarifications. Great job!  Kitty Axelson Berry, Founder, Association of Personal Historians

I am so delighted to have Marjorie’s book on our shelf. Easy Walks in Massachusetts is a lovely guide that inspires people to get out and explore new trails or to revisit old favorites. We look forward to hosting Marjorie for an upcoming discussion of the trails she highlights in her book. Cassie Patterson, Head of Reference, Mansfield Public Library

I remembered my life as a photographer and one particular collection of photographs I presented at a showing. I was told that each photograph was a story unto itself and, when stringed together they became a necklace of pearls. That’s what I thought about as you led us through the exercises in your workshop, “Putting Flesh on the Bones of your story.” Create a necklace of pearls.  Patricia Stano-Carpenter

You are deserving of a “Congrats!” for your new book, “Easy Walks in Massachusetts.” I love everything that it stands for: nature, appreciation of local recreation, bonding of family and friends, exercise, health, etc. In addition to having it represent all these things, it also represents the hard work of a local author. I will proudly display it to all the families who come to Cornerstone Chiropractic in Bellingham, MA. Dr. Tim Murzycki, chiropractor, Cornerstone Chiropractic, Bellingham, MA

Thank you for sharing your time and expertise presenting your workshop, “Paring Down to Essentials.” Several of the participants went out of their way to sing your praises and compliment the program. I look forward to working with you again. Laura DeMattia, Director, Bellingham, MA Council on Aging

Working with Marjorie feels like talking with someone who listens to my heart, rather than telling me what to say. Thank you. Mary Potter, Walpole, MA

Marjorie has a real gift for “getting the story” of other people’s lives and writing about them simply, clearly, and humanely. I would highly recommend her services for anyone who needs or wants to tell the story of his or her life, business, avocation, or passion. In addition to providing clients with the pleasure of telling their story to a sympathetic, organized, and intelligent listener, Marjorie can find the “theme” of a person’s life. She can make it all make sense. Excellent personal historian. Em Turner Chitty, Knoxville, TN, English as a Second Language teacher, author of How We Really Talk

Marjorie offers her clients a very unique product, something that is priceless and cannot be shopped for. She takes a personal interest in your story to capture the spirit of it for future ages. It is very clear she does what she loves because she leaves a lasting impression and invaluable gift for others. Jason Carrozza, Bellingham, MA, owner, Carrozza Law Office, P.C.

Personal Histories are so powerful. Marjorie asked me the right questions about my uncle, who died a hero’s death in WWII. It was wonderful to see her interest, and to share with her my experience of learning about him. She took the essence of my uncle’s story and brought it to life in her writing. Linda Hardin, Franklin, MA

I have become an avid fan of the stories you’ve been bringing us through the Bellingham Bulletin. Wonderful! Keep them coming. Kelly Dewolfe, Bellingham, MA

Our staff participated in two Literacy Workshops facilitated by Marjorie Turner Hollman. We gained a better understanding of how to write simple, clear and accurate daily notes, lesson plans, and unique stories that the children create as they go about their day. Marjorie’s supportive and gentle approach helped our staff feel competent in their own literacy learning.  Thank you, Marjorie!Mary Varr, Director, Garelick Early Learning Center, Hockomock YMCA, Franklin, MA

Thanks for including Castle Hill Academy’s teachers in your ECE workshop with Marjorie Hollman.  Those that attended were in agreement that Marjorie did a wonderful job presenting and gave us some valuable tools to use in our classrooms the very next day!  Beverly Schairer, Director, Castle Hill Academy, Medfield, MA