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Harry Weed 1933 - 2008 BENNINGTON, VT Harry Weed, age 75, a resident of Walloomsac Apartments in Bennington, died on Sunday evening at the Southwestern Vt., Medical Center in Bennington. Harry was born in Hudson, N.Y., on June 3, 1933, son of Hayden W. and the former Evelyn Batrick Weed. He received his education in Hudson, N.Y., Schools. Harry served in the Army during the Korean War. He married the former Carol A. Ketcham on March 26, 1960, in Hudson, N.Y. He is a life member of the VFW Post #1332 in Bennington. Mr. Weed had been employed by the City of Hudson, N.Y., in the maintenance department for several years. Later he was employed by Inter Pace Pipe Corp. in Greenport, N.Y. They moved to Bennington in 1988, and Harry went to work for the Southwestern Vermont Supervisory Union as a maintenance person. Mr. Weed enjoyed bowling, fishing, sightseeing and vacation trips. He was an avid baseball card collector and trader. He leaves his wife Carol Weed of Bennington, two daughters; Joan and Audrey both of Hudson, N.Y., brother Edward Weed of Alabama, sister Virginia Christiana of West Ghent, N.Y. Three grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was pre-deceased by a brother Herbert J. Weed and a sister Madeline White. FUNERAL NOTICE: At the request of Mr. Weed there will be no calling hours or funeral services. The burial will take place in the family lot in the Mount Pleasant Rural Cemetery in Greenport, N.Y., in the spring where military honors will be offered. If friends desire contributions in memory of Mr. Harry Weed may be made to the Second Chance Animal Shelter through the office of the Mahar and Son Funeral Home 628 Main St. Bennington, VT 05201. Guestbook condolences may be made at www.maharandsonfuneralhome.net
Published in Bennington Banner on Dec. 23, 2008
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