Terry E. Bolt, 74, of Dandridge, Tennessee, passed away at the University of Tennessee Hospital on January 31, 2021. Terry’s family was at her bedside when she passed from heart failure. Her husband, William (Bill) R. Bolt Jr., had passed away earlier in January from ALS.
Tennessee was Terry & Bill’s retirement home. However, Terry was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. Mrs. Bolt worked as a nurse practitioner for over 30 years having graduated from the nursing program at Lutheran Hospital in the class of 1967. She Then later graduated from the first class of nurse practitioners at Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1971.
She was a migraine specialist for many years with the Speed Medical Associates in Baltimore, MD and then transitioned to the head of outpatient care at Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville, MD, until she retired in 2004. After she retired, Terry enjoyed making stained glass lamps and window pieces for her family and friends, ever maintaining her status as the “go-to” medical expert among her extended family, near and far. She was a passionate geneologist whose efforts enriched her family’s knowledge of and appreciation for many relatives dating back to the Civil War.
Terry (Taylor) Bolt, is survived by her daughter Jennifer (Bolt) Batson, her husband Luke Batson, their beloved daughter Riley, along with Terry’s sister Jo Verne & her husband Richard Verne, niece Anne Davis; nephews Mark Morning and Steven Burkey and their families. Terry will be missed dearly.
Due to Covid-19 considerations, there will be no formal funeral at this time.
The Bolt-Batson family would like to especially thank the nurses from the University of Tennessee’s Medical Center for their invaluable efforts on Terry’s behalf. A special thank you to Bill & Terry Bolt’s wonderful neighbors, friends and other family members who have been so supportive during this time.
In lieu of flowers, the Bolt-Batson family asks that donations be made to the American Heart Association in Terry’s honor. https://www2.heart.org/ or American Heart Association National Center, 7272 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75231