Arnold R. Holt, 67, an industrial designer, died Oct. 26 at a hospital in Greenwich, Conn., after a heart attack. The New York native with homes in Cos Cob, Conn., and North Haven, Maine, grew up in Baltimore, where he graduated from Gilman School and attended the Johns Hopkins University. He also attended New York University before obtaining a degree in industrial design from the Pratt Institute. He is survived by his wife, the former Eleanor Oliver Rutledge; three daughters, Olivia Cauldwell Holt of Cos Cob, Susan Middleton Holt of Rockland, Maine, and Eliza Rutledge Holt of Santa Ana, Calif; a sister, Linda M. Holz of Camden, Maine; and two granddaughters. A memorial service was held Nov. 2 in Greenwich.
Jack Finney, 84, whose novels included the cult classics "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and "Time and Again," died of pneumonia Tuesday in Greenbrae, Calif. Several of his books, including "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and "Good Neighbor Sam," were made into motion pictures.