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James F. Simisky 1960-2012 James "Jamie" F. Simisky, 52, of 76 Radiker Road, Worthington, Mass., died Sunday, May 27, 2012, at his home. Born in Meriden, Conn., on May 2, 1960, a son of Arlla E. Gillespie Simisky of Cheshire, Conn., and the late Paul J. Simisky, Sr. He was educated in Cheshire schools and attended Northeastern University and Southern Connecticut State college, where he studied economics and political science. A carpenter by trade, Mr. Simisky was employed by Suntech of North Branford, Conn., and formerly by Jiminy Peak in Hancock. He loved his Ducati motorcycle, golfing, & fishing with his son, Alex. He also enjoyed spending time traveling in his RV with his family and two golden retrievers, Georgia and Ruby. Jamie leaves his wife of 26 years, the former Carol Handlewich. He also leaves his son, Alex, and Tawny Virgilio, Alex's girlfriend, both of Old Town, Maine. Jamie is survived by his mother Arlla, as well as sisters, Margaret and her husband John Verret, Betsy and her husband Richard Kenefick Jr., Mary and her husband Jack Costello, Karim and her husband David Slifka, his brothers, Justin Simisky, David Simisky, Jonathan and his wife Julia Simisky and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brothers Paul Simisky Jr. and Anthony "Toby" Simisky. He was beloved by his family and friends and will be deeply missed by everyone. FUNERAL NOTICE: A memorial service for James "Jamie" F. Simisky will be held Thursday, May 31, at 11 a.m., at St. Agnes Church celebrated by Rev. Christopher A. Malatesta, Pastor. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Mr. Simisky may be made to the Berkshire Humane Society or to the Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter both in care of DERY-FOLEY FUNERAL HOME, 890 East Main Street, Dalton, MA 01226.

Published in The Berkshire Eagle on May 30, 2012
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