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Deanna Klein

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Deanna L. Klein

1961 - 2016 ADAMS, MA On Monday, March 14, 2016 the world lost a great humanitarian when Deanna L. Klein passed away at her home at 20 Hoosac St. Born in Pittsfield on March 22, 1961, daughter of Terry McGovern and the late Marlene Griffiths McGovern she attended schools in Adams. Deanna then moved to Houston, Texas, where she worked as a secretary for several years, returning to Adams in 1990. At that time she became a teachers assistant for many years for the Brayton School in North Adams, her last place of employment was for the Whitman's Chrystal Clean Co. until her death. Deanna enjoyed softball, volleyball, and bowling. She was very compassionate toward the homeless and that people were going hungry. Equally, she was concerned about the welfare of animals. Besides her father of Savoy Deanna is survived by two sons, Troy Goodermote Klein of Adams, James Lee Fetzer and his wife Courtney of Houston, Texas, a daughter, Jennifer Norcross of Missouri City, Texas, a brother, Shane McGovern of Pittsfield. Four sisters, Cynthia A. Love, Lisa Michalenko, both of Savoy, Tracey Keller and her husband Kevin of Washington State, and Kelly Pizzi and her companion William Molner of Pittsfield. Five grandchildren, eight nieces and nephews, fifteen great nieces and great nephews, and a godchild. She was predeceased by a son, Warren Patti. FUNERAL SERVICE: Services for Deanna will take place Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 6 PM from the TROTTIER PRINGLE FUNERAL HOME, 6 Summer St., Adams, MA. 01220, with the Rev. William R. Wilson, a friend of the family, officiating. Calling hours at the funeral home will be Tuesday from 4pm until the time of service. Burial will be private at a later date in Spruce Corner Cemetery in Savoy. In lieu of flowers donations in her memory can be made to the St. John Paul II food pantry or the Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter in care of the funeral home.
Published in The Berkshire Eagle on Mar. 20, 2016
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