Kitty Toll is a lifelong resident of Danville She was born on August 8, 1959, the youngest daughter of the late Harold and Catherine “Kate” Beattie who raised 14 children on their family dairy farm. The farm is still in operation and is now home to the seventh generation – Kate and Harold’s great-grandchildren.
Kitty graduated from Danville High School in 1977; completed her Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Secondary Education at Lyndon State College and a Master of Education at the University of Vermont.
Kitty is married to Abel Toll and they have two daughters, Kate and Margaret.
Toll worked as an elementary school teacher in Gilman, Charleston and St. Johnsbury and in 1993, was named Outstanding Teacher of the Year in the St. Johnsbury District.
Left to Right: Kitty, Margaret, Kate, & Abel
Articles About Kitty
- http://northstarmonthly.com/sites/default/files/March%202016%20digital.pdf Act 46 p.5
Enjoying a celebratory moment on the floor of the Vermont State House of Representatives with my mother Catherine “Kate” Beattie. My mother loved politics and proudly served as Danville’s Representative in the historic 1965 session when the House voted to reapportion itself and reduce the number of representatives from 246 to 150. This changed the one town, one vote system to representative districts based on population. Prior to reapportionment, Governor Aiken coined the phrase “the Northeast Kingdom” comprising of Caledonia, Orleans and Essex Counties taking note of the number of representatives from the area that wielded power over the state.