Charles Holt OBE FCIT FILT

Found, Vernon B.J.
May 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2000, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p15
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This article presents the achievements of Charles Holt, member of the Sussex, England branch of the Chartered Institute of Transport, who died on August 2000. He was born in 1921 and it was during his schooldays where he met a girl, Kathleen, who was to become his wife. In 1939 he went to London, England and worked in the Air Ministry which, on the outbreak of World War II, was evacuated to Bristol. On demobilization in 196 he returned to the Air Ministry. In 1953 he transferred to the Northern Traffic Area office in Newcastle where his chief was J.A.T. Hanlon. In 1961 he came to London and was employed in the Ministry of Transport at the Saint Christopher House. Later he came to the South Eastern Traffic Areas and clerk to successive commissioners, A.F.J. Elmslie and Randall Thornton. He was chairman of the Sussex section during 1977-1978 and was honoroble secretary from 1981 to 1986.


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