Ann Janet Fitz-Gibbon Holden died Saturday evening, January 7th, at the Lindley Inn.  She was 88.  She was born August 25, 1923 in Beverly, Massachusetts.  Ann was the daughter of Elmer J. and Francis J. Connolly Fitz-Gibbon.  Her early career included employment with the Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts Department of Commerce, a three-year stint with the Boston Globe as a feature writer, and positions with NATO and the State Department.  In 1962, she was hired by Ohio University starting as an assistant to the president. Over the years since, she has been involved in civic affairs, serving on the Athens Citizens' Advisory Committee and the Charter Commission, later as Athens City Treasurer and member of City Council.  Ann is survived by her husband of 45 years, Ellsworth, also a Rotarian.  A memorial service will be held this spring in Athens.