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Accetta, Marion E.  
Marion Evelina (Hall) Accetta, 92 of North Adams, MA died Sunday June 26, 2016 at Sweetbrook Care Center. She was born in North Adams, MA on June 19, 1924 daughter of Ernest and Gertrude (Hall) Hall. She attended local schools. Marion was last employed at Tony's Restaurant. Before that, she worked at Wall-Streeter Shoe Co. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of North Adams and the Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW Post #996 in North Adams. Marion enjoyed gardening and working with flowers. She was the widow of Anthony F. Accetta who died on October 1, 1992. They were married on April 20, 1984. Survivors include one daughter- Gwendolyn Boillat and her husband, Woodrow of North Adams and one son- Larry Harvey and his wife, Jeannie of North Adams. She also leaves four grandchildren- Todd A. Boillat; Carla McDonough; Jennifer Hohn; and Ryan Harvey; and eight great grandchildren including Jacob Boillat, Taylor Boillat, Sarah McDonough, Daniel McDonough, Angela McDonough, Alexandra Daloia, Jayden Hohn and Ella Hohn; and nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by two brothers and one sister including Evelyn Bingham, Stewart Hall and Raymond Hall. FUNERAL NOTICE: A graveside service for Marion Accetta will be held Friday July 1, 2016 at 11:00 AM at Southview cemetery. There are no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to the Berkshire Humane Society or Shriner's Children's Hospital in care of FLYNN & DAGNOLI-MONTAGNA HOME FOR FUNERALS CENTRAL CHAPEL, 74 Marshall St. North Adams, MA 01247. To add to the Book of Memories, please visit www.flynndagnolifuneralhomes.com.
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on June 28, 2016
Allen, Doris  
Doris M. Allen 1923 - 2016 Doris (Maguire) Allen, 93, of 265 Walker Street, Lenox (formerly of Washington Mt. Rd, in Dalton) died on June 26, 2016. Born in Chicopee, MA on May 5, 1923, daughter of Florilda (Adams) Maguire and William H.K. Maguire, Sr. She graduated from Major Beal High School, Shrewsbury, MA in 1941 and from Becker Business College in Worcester. She was a secretary in Worcester for the Boy Scouts of America, State Mutual Life Assurance Co., and Reed Prentice Corp. She moved to the Berkshires in 1958 and was Asst. Church Secretary at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Pittsfield. She worked a short time at G.E. Ordinance before going to work at Beloit/ Jones in Dalton as executive secretary to the Vice President of the Plastics Division. She became Administrative Assistant to the General Manager of the Paper Division and held that position until her retirement in 1985. Mrs. Allen was a member of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, the Women of St. Stephen's, St. Mary's Chapter, a Choir mother, Girl Scout leader, Board member of Muscular Dystrophy Association, an officer and active member of Chapter T P.E.O. Sisterhood, a member of Votre Soiree Dance Club and a volunteer at Berkshire Medical Center. She was a wonderful kind and loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend. She was very warm, enthusiastic and welcoming to everyone she met. Her enthusiasm and overall joy was contagious. She enjoyed dancing, travelling, camping, reading and gardening. After 68 years of marriage, she was pre-deceased by her husband John. W. Allen, Jr. whom she married on May 3, 1944. She is survived by her son, John W. Allen, III and wife JoAnn of W. Springfield, MA; her daughter, Cynthia Allen-Murphy and husband Richard of Bridgewater, MA; a brother-in-law, William H.K. Maguire, Jr. and wife Madelyn of Rutland, MA. She also leaves her grandchildren, Kira A. Thompson and her husband, Scott, Sean J. Allen, and his wife, Jessica, Luke A. Allen, Jacquelyn A. Murphy and fiance Ben Leavitt, and Benjamin J. Murphy; and four great grandchildren, Cody J. Allen, Connor K. Allen, Brayden S. Thompson, and Annabelle G. Thompson and several nieces and nephews. Funeral Notice -- A memorial service for Doris M. Allen who died June 26, 2016 will be held at St. Stephen's church, 67 East Street, Pittsfield, MA at a later date Burial will be at a later date at Hillside Cemetery, Auburn, MA. The family will greet friends in the church parlor immediately following the Memorial Service. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Doris' memory may be made to St. Stephen's Memorial fund, in care of DERY FUNERAL HOME, 54 Bradford St., Pittsfield.
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on June 30, 2016
Anderson, Lila  
Lila B. Anderson 1926 - 2016 PITTSFIELD Lila B. Anderson, 89, of Pittsfield, MA, passed away peacefully on June 26, 2016. Born in Irvington, New Jersey on November 30, 1926 she was the daughter of the late Cecil Burpee and Marion (Laraby) Wilcox. Her childhood years were spent in New Jersey. She enjoyed her summers in upstate New York, where she had fond memories of the family camp near Elizabethtown in the Adirondacks. Lila graduated from Union High School in Union, N.J. in 1945, then went on to earn her undergraduate degree in Physical Education at Montclair State College in New Jersey in 1949. Her first job was as a teacher of Special Education at Peck School in Morristown, NJ, then as a teacher of Physical Education and Anatomy at Greenbrier Junior College in Greenbrier, WV. On June 23,rd 1951 Lila married her childhood sweetheart, William S. Anderson, Jr. in Elizabethtown, NY. They were devoted to each other for 63 years. When Lila became a mother, she chose to stay home with her young children: first in Ithaca, N.Y. where her son Keith was born, then in Rock Hill, S.C where Karen was born, and then in Alfred, N.Y. when Jill was born. She held especially fond memories of her time in Alfred, where the young family settled for 6 years. In 1962, the family relocated to Williamstown, MA, where they resided for 52 years. Lila taught Physical Education at Williamstown Elementary School from 1963-1968. The creativity, inclusivity, and respect she brought into her classroom made her an exceptional teacher. She was gifted in her ability to empower children to shine, especially her most vulnerable students. She went on to earn her certification as an instructor of Perceptually Handicapped Children. She taught a course in Visual-Motor Perceptual Development at North Adams State College, became a consultant on learning disabilities for many local school districts, and developed one of the first kindergarten screening programs for learning disabilities. In 1973, with a Title 1 ESEA grant, she created a model early intervention program for high-risk 4 and 5 year-old children that would later be widely adopted as a compulsory pre-K program. Lila was a devoted wife and mother and enjoyed spending time with her family. She never missed a school event and was able to participate in every annual family camping trip right up to the final year. She also enjoyed spending time in nature, cooking, and handicrafts (including needlework crafts and stained glass). She will always be remembered for her legendary strawberry rhubarb pie. Lila loved being around people and was known for her kindness and care for others. She was a volunteer for the Hospice of Northern Berkshire, North Adams Regional Hospital, the Women's Exchange and as a driver for cancer patients for the American Cancer Society. She also served on the Board of Directors of the Williamstown Daycare Center. She was passionate about animals and was a loyal supporter of several animal welfare associations including the Humane Society of the United States and the Massachusetts Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). Later in life, one of Lila's joys was meeting her half brother Tom and her sister Ruth. Lila is survived by her children, Keith Anderson and his wife, Kimberly, of Schaghticoke NY; Karen Friedeborn and her husband, John, of Ithaca, NY; and Jill Lloyd and her husband, Todd, of Hartland, Vt.; her brother Tom Burpee; 10 nieces and nephews; 9 grandchildren; and 2 great grand children. She is also survived by her brother-in-law Douglas C. Anderson and John Chott; niece and nephew Lynne Comley and William Comley. She was predeceased by her parents, her husband William S. Anderson, Jr., her brother Richard Burpee and sister Ruth (Burpee) Cooper. There will be a private family service. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to HospiceCare in the Berkshires or the Massachusetts Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on June 29, 2016
Chapman, Gertrude H.  
Mrs. Gertrude H. Nowak Chapman, who had achieved nearly 104 years of age, died Saturday, June 25th at her home. She was born in Hoosick Falls, N.Y., Sept. 13, 1912, the daughter of the late Stanley and Frances Koch Nowak. A graduate of St. Mary's Academy, she was employed at the former Albany Felt Co., the business expanded and became known then as the Albany International Co.. Mrs. Chapman retired from there in 1977 and moved to Pittsfield to make her home in 1982. A communicant of St. Joseph's Church, she had always enjoyed playing cards with her sisters, her daughter and son and their families. During the suspense of these card games, she would often challenge other by saying ' God hates a coward '. Mrs. Chapman had always aspired to become a nurse, yet due to the untimely death of her father, she was required to go to work at a very early age. Yet, that did not prevent her from exercising her great skills for caring, listening and problem solving for her family and friends. " World Famous" for her potato salad, vegetable soup and meatballs and sauce, she enjoyed cooking for her family, and sharing with friends and neighbors. Her husband, John S. Chapman, whom she married Sept. 23, 1934, died in 1972. She is survived by her daughter, Gail F. Whitehouse, with whom she lived and her son, John M. Chapman ( Mary ) of Howland, Ohio. She was the very "Proud Gram" of Suzanne and ( Patty ) Mary Beth ( James ) , Michael ( Gina ) , Jennifer and Thomas ( Clem ) and the " Proud Nana " of her 7 great-grandchildren, Joshua, Jacob, Alex, Amy, Luke, Dylan and Connor and her many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her two brothers, Stephen and Thomas Nowak, and her three sisters, Florence Dorr, Margaret Kempf, and Mary DeLorenzo. FUNERAL NOTICE: Chapman, Gertrude H., age 103, died June 25th . Calling hours at the DEVANNY-CONDRON FUNERAL HOME will be WEDNESDAY morning beginning at 9:00 am followed by a Liturgy of Christian Burial at 10:00 am at St. Joseph's Church with the Rev. Msgr. Michael A. Shershanovich, pastor, officiating. Burial will follow in St. Mary's Cemetery in Hoosick Falls, N.Y., In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to HospiceCare in the Berkshires in care of the funeral home.
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on June 28, 2016
Cole, Dineen  
Dineen M. Cole 1952 - 2016 HINSDALE- Dineen Marie Cole, 64 of 15 Main St passed away on Tuesday June 28,2016 at Berkshire Medical Center after fighting a long courageous battle. Born in Pittsfield, February 27,1952 daughter of Ralph Briggs and Elaine Ma Briggs she attended and graduated from local Dalton Schools. Dineen was last employed by Dufour Tours as an awesome school bus driver for over 20 years. Dineen enjoyed decorating, taking rides down dirt roads to find new and interesting places, test tasting all sorts of homemade fudge, maintaining her many cuckoo clocks and playing with the little loves of her life, her grandchildren. In this time of sadness and pain Dineen would remind us all to stop crying and pull up our big girl britches and have a cold one for her. Dineen is survived by her daughters Neesha Dolan and her husband Nicholas, Carrie Carr-Cole and her wife Tricia and Candice Briggs. Her three grandchildren Olivia Carr-Cole and Callan and Kearney Dolan. Dineen is also survived by her brothers Frank Briggs, Patrick Briggs, Paul Briggs and Rozie Briggs and her sisters Paulette Briggs and Kim Briggs. She was predeceased by her brother Lester Briggs and her sister Sharleen (Chachi) Brooks. FUNERAL NOTICE: A Celebration of Life for Dineen M. Cole, 64, of Becket who died June 28, 2016 will be held Thursday at 6:00 PM at the DERY-FOLEY FUNERAL HOME in Dalton. Calling hours will be held Thursday from 4 to 6 PM prior to the service at the Dery-Foley Funeral Home. Memorial donations in memory of Dineen may be made to the Hinsdale Fire Department in care of the funeral home, 890 Main Street, Dalton, MA 01226.
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on June 29, 2016
Custer, Grace  
Grace M. Custer 1932 - 2016 Grace Custer was a lovely woman with a beautiful smile who made the world a better place. After a short illness, she passed away on Tuesday, June 21st, at Albany Medical Center surrounded by those who will always love, remember and be inspired by her. She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Bill Custer, who was an amazing and tireless caregiver for her in recent years. Their love and unwavering commitment to each other will forever serve as an example to family and friends of what a marriage can and should be. Grace was born in 1932 to Rocco and Teresa Prestera LaRosa of Pittsfield. She graduated from P.H.S. in 1950 with Pro Merito honors as she was often eager to point out. She married the love of her life on August 7, 1954 and together they raised a loving family. She retired in 1991, most recently serving as Assistant Treasurer for the City of Pittsfield. Grace was a woman who possessed many talents. Singing was not one of them. In fact, she would take great joy in torturing family and friends with an enthusiastic but horribly misguided rendition of Broadway's "I Could Have Danced All Night". Of that presentation, no one "begged for more." She was an incredible self-taught cook who never followed a recipe. Her meatballs, cheesecake and smiley-face pancakes were among the dozens of delicacies she created. She was a great dancer, with the "Jitterbug" a specialty. She loved to read, was a crossword puzzle whiz and learned to love the Red Sox. She was a positive person who was always smiling. She loved to laugh. She never complained. She was tough as nails. Grace loved children and they loved her. After retirement she was a kindergarten volunteer at Sacred Heart Elementary and later helped lovingly nurture the children at her daughter's family child care center. To all, she was known as "Grandma Grace". She is survived by her son Chuck Custer and his wife Linda of Latham, N.Y., her son Bill Custer of Terryville, CT and her daughter Teresa Custer-Campbell and her husband Tony of Pittsfield. She is also survived by seven grandchildren who despite Grandma's best efforts, are not spoiled rotten. They are Cory, Scott, Michaela, Collin, Quinlan, Karinna and Jillian. Other survivors include her beloved sister, Mary Berti of Sudbury, MA, brother-in-law Chuck Custer and his wife Barbara from Michigan and a dozen cherished nephews and nieces, their spouses and children. FUNERAL NOTICE Calling hours for Grace M. Custer who died June 21, 2016 will be SUNDAY from 4 to 7PM at the DERY FUNERAL HOME, 54 Bradford Street, Pittsfield. Funeral Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Grace's memory may be made to the Berkshire County Chapter of the Jimmy Fund or St. Jude Children's Hospital in care of the funeral home.
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on June 25, 2016
DeCoigne, Ransom  
Ransom "Benny" DeCoigne 1922 - 2016 Mr. Ransom Benjamin "Benny" DeCoigne, 94, of 202 North Summer St. Adams, died Tuesday afternoon, June 28, 2016. He was born in Adams on January 22, 1922, a son of the late Ransom and Irene (Delancey) DeCoigne, and attended local schools. Benny first worked at the former Berkshire Mills in Adams, until he joined the US Army in 1942. He served with the 82nd Airborne Division in Company B of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, and fought all throughout Europe until his Honorable Discharge as a Staff Sergeant in 1945. He was awarded several decorations, including the Purple Heart Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster. After the war, Benny returned to Adams, where he married the former Lottie Ziemba on May 4, 1946, and they took up residence at 202 North Summer St., where he lived for the rest of his life. He became a custodian for the Adams School System at the former Commercial St. School, and later at C.T. Plunkett Memorial School, until his retirement. In his spare time, Benny was an avid hunter and fisherman, enjoyed gardening and caring for his numerous dogs and cats. He was a life member of the Berkshire Lodge of Masons. His wife, Lottie, died on November 24, 2006. Benny is survived by his two sons, Ronald DeCoigne and his wife, Martha, of St. Albans, VT, and David DeCoigne of Adams; Two step grandchildren, Allen Jacobs of Highgate, VT and Amanda Jacobs of St. Albans, VT., and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brothers, Wilfred, Frank and Douglas ; and his sisters May Biskup, June Morris, Bessie Day, Elizabeth James and Doris, Alice and Albertine. At Benny's request, there will be no funeral services. Burial will be private at his family's convenience. There are no calling hours. Memorial donations may be made to Soldier On, 360 West Housatonic St. Pittsfield, MA 01201. The PACIOREK FUNERAL HOME, Adams, is in charge of arrangements. To leave a message of condolence, please go online to www.paciorekfuneral.com
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on July 1, 2016
Deely, Martin H.  
Martin Henry Deely of Lee, Massachusetts passed from the earth on June 26, 2016. He was born on November 15, 1933 and raised in Lee, Massachusetts, the son of John M. Deely and Mary Sedgewick Deely. Mr. Deely believed in and lived a life of family, love, and service. Mr. Deely attended St. Mary's School in Lee, Massachusetts, Cranwell School in Lenox, Massachusetts, and graduated high school from Canterbury School in New Milford, Connecticut, followed by BA in Literature and American History from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts and a Masters in Business Administration from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr. Deely faithfully served his country for four years, earning the rank of Captain in the United States Air Force. On August 13, 1960 Mr. Deely married Jessie Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Deely were devoted to each other. Their great pleasure was travel. They made a promise to each other to see the world together and that they did, visiting each continent at least once. A talented storyteller, Mr. Deely told many tales of their exotic trips through Asia, Africa, Antarctica and other far flung locales. Mr. Deely is survived by his wife, Jessie, and their three children: Virginia Deely Halstrom and her husband, Howard Halstrom of Darien, Connecticut, Michael David Deely of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and his partner, Geralyn Anderson Arango, Ann Doyle Deely and her partner Richard O'Leary of Lee, Massachusetts. Mr. Deely was a dedicated father and attended nearly all of his children's sporting and extracurricular events, supporting everyone. He reveled in the adventures of his children, grandchildren, and their friends and was an enthusiastic cheerleader for each. He was often sought out by his family and children's friends for advice and counsel on matters of education, career, and travel. One of his favorite sayings was "I would not give advice if it weren't so good!" He helped operate the Tri-Town Youth Hockey Program for several years and loved telling stories about Lake Placid and Canadian youth hockey trips. Mr. Deely adored his five grandchildren, Hannah Halstrom, Jessie Ann Halstrom, Abigail Deely, Nathaniel Deely and John Deely as well as numerous nieces and nephews, Philip Deely, Catherine Deely, Pamela Deely, Ann "Poppy" Hahn, Mary Hahn, Ted Hahn, Martin Hahn, and Fritz Hahn. Mr. Deely was predeceased by his two brothers, James Sedgewick Deely, and John M. Deely, both of Stockbridge, and his sister, Ann Deely Hahn of Fairfield, Connecticut. Mr. Deely's career was dedicated to Lee Lime Corporation. Over his tenure, he ran the family quarry with his father, his brother Jack, his cousin Frank McQuade and later his son Michael, before the business was sold in 1997. Mr. Deely thoroughly enjoyed going to Lee Lime daily to work with the many employees whose family, like his, worked there for generations. During his career, Mr. Deely served in several industry positions, including Vice President and President of the National Lime Stone Association. Mr. Deely derived satisfaction serving the Town of Lee, Massachusetts in many areas. He was elected to four terms as Selectman, collectively holding the office for twelve years. He also served as Vice President of the Massachusetts Selectman Association. Furthermore, he sat on the Lee Planning Board for eight years and was a Town Representative for decades. Mr. Deely loved politics and was active in the Democratic Party throughout his life. Mr. Deely held numerous Board of Director positons for such organizations as Lee Bank, Freedom Bank, Austen Riggs Center, Berkshire Natural Resources Council, and Berkshire Country Day School. An avid sports fan, Mr. Deely especially enjoyed attending Lee High School Girls Basketball and Williams College Woman's Basketball games. He believed that these teams displayed sports at its finest; that the players always showed impeccable teamwork and heart. Mr. Deely enjoyed all types of music from classical to folk. He could often be found in his living room, with the stereo volume turned up, air conducting various musical pieces. He was an enthusiastic patron at Tanglewood each summer. A skilled card player, Mr. Deely had regular weekly poker and bridge games with his friends for over fifty years. Mr. Deely will be missed for his warm nature, gregarious sense of humor and fierce devotion to his family. His was a life well led. A funeral mass for Mr. Deely will be held on June 30, 2016 at 4:00 PM at St. Mary's Church in Lee, Massachusetts. All are welcome to a celebration of his life and reception at Greenock Country Club, 220 West Park St., Lee, Massachusetts at 5:00 p.m. on June 30, 2016. In lieu of flowers, friends wishing to do so may make donations in his memory to benefit the Lee High School Girls Basketball Team in care of the Kelly Funeral Home, 3 Main Street Lee, Massachusetts 01238. The burial will be private. If you would like to leave a message of condolence or share pictures please visit our web site at www.kellyfuneralhome.net
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on June 28, 2016
Dodge, James T.  
Mr. James T. " Farmer" Dodge, age 64, of 187 Pomeroy Ave. Pittsfield, died there Monday, June 27th. A long time resident of Worthington, died June 27th, he was born in Worthington, Oct. 9, 1951, the son of the late Lewis C. and June Parish Dodge. Educated in the local schools, he was a 1969 graduate of Wahconah Regional High School. Upon graduation, he went to work with his father as a logger initially at the Witter Lumber Co. and later at Roberts Bros.. He later was employed at the Harrison Lumber Co. before he and his Dad became truckers with the Henry V. Rabouin Trucking Co. He retired July of 2015 with over 40 years of service. An avid deer hunter and fisherman, he was a former member of the Stockbridge Sportsmen's Club and various other rifle and gun clubs where he participated in many Turkey Shoots. A great mechanic, he loved fixing and puttering around his garage where he could be found most days with friends and family. Airhorns would announce " 2:00 Tee Time and Social Hour " He is survived by his life partner of 27 years, Denise M. Lynch. In addition to Denise, he is also survived by his son, Luke T. Dodge of Worthington, his daughter, Lindsay M. Petkus and her husband, Jeremy, of Peru, as well as Denise's daughter, Amanda and her children. " Farmer" is also survived by his sister, Susan A. Morrison and her husband, David, of Peru, his 2 brothers, Robert L. Dodge and his wife, Florence, of Windsor, and Norman A. Dodge and his wife, Florence, of Peru, his former wife and the mother of his children, Gerry Higgins of Peru as well as many nieces and nephews, cousins and friends. Dodge, Mr. James T. " Farmer ", age 64, died June 27th. Calling hours at the DEVANNY-CONDRON FUNERAL HOME will be THURSDAY FROM 4 TO 7 PM. followed by A Celebration of His Life beginning at 7:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to either the Worthington Historical Society or to the American Flag Program in Worthington, both in care of the funeral home.
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on June 28, 2016
Dunn, Jean  
Jean M. Dunn 1931 - 2016 Gt. Barrington Jean M. Dunn, 84, of Fairview Terrace died peacefully at her home on June 27, 2016. She was born August 3, 1931 in Malden, MA. the daughter of Kenneth MacCush and Elmira Williamson. She graduated from Malden High School and Boston University with a degree in business. She came to Gt. Barrington to work at the Berkshire Inn, where she met her husband William Dunn. Jean worked at Bull Chevrolet, O'Connell Chevrolet and Hellawell Cadillac as well as Stagecoach Inn. She was an avid reader and Boston Red Sox fan. Jean was predeceased by her husband William Dunn who passed away in 2012. She is survived by her three daughters; Barbara Schutz of Sheffield, Beverly Dunn of Gt. Barrington and Cathy Torrico and her husband Tom of Mt. Washington, MA. She also leaves her granddaughter Erin Schutz and three grandsons, Brian, Justin and Keith Torrico. Jean also leaves her brother Ken and his wife Mary of Orlando, FL., her brother Donald and his wife Gail of New Hampshire and her sister Bessie and her husband Bill of South Carolina. She leaves her sister-in- law Rosemary McClelland and her husband Jim and sister-in- law Patricia Beckwith all of Florida. In keeping with her wishes, services will be private. Donations in Jean Dunn's memory may be made to the Berkshire Humane Society in care of the FINNERTY & STEVENS FUNERAL HOME who is in charge of arrangements. To send remembrances to her family go to www.finnertyandstevens.com
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on July 1, 2016
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