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March 24, 2014
I knew Mr. and Mrs. Lysy when I was a little girl. My family and I lived in the other side of their house. I remember Mr. Lysy as being kind and often working outside in his garden. He grew the best raspberries! My deepest condolences are with your family.
March 08, 2014
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family
March 07, 2014
I was Alfons's barber. I came to his house the last few years to cut his hair as he was unable to get out much. Before that I cut him at the barbershop in Great Barrington. He was a sweet man. After finishing his cut we always sat and had a visit at his kitchen table. It was very evident that he received much joy from his family. He loved you all very much. One day he brought out the story about his life, growing up in Poland and the war, etc...I thought it was amazing - the different perspective on World war II and all. I really enjoyed reading it and was touched that he shared it with me. Alfons was a true gentleman and I shall miss our time together. May God bless him. Nancy
March 05, 2014
Alfons was a kind and gentle man. I delivered his Meals on Wheels each Wednesday morning. He taught me a great deal about life and about myself.
I sincerely offer my condolences to his loving family that he often so proudly spoke of.

A quiet man with so much to say ....quietly.

Dan O'Connell, Pittsfield, Ma.
March 05, 2014
Sorry to hear about Mr. Lysy. I got to know him when I worked at Rising Paper back in the mid-70s. He was a great guy and had a great sense of humor.
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