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Joseph Huttle Jr.

1928 - 2014 ADAMS Joseph A. Huttle Jr., 86, of 18 Leonard St., passed away Friday, Oct. 3, at the Williamstown Commons Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. Born in North Adams on Sept. 6, 1928, son of the late Joseph A. and Alvina Therrien Huttle he attended North Adams schools. Mr. Huttle was employed for various local businesses until becoming employed for the General Electric Co. in Pittsfield, from which he retired in 1990. He was also a US Army Korean War veteran and was honorable discharged with the rank of Corporal. He was a communicant of Notre Dame des Sept Douleurs Church in Adams, where he was a Eucharistic Minister for many years serving at daily mass and providing the Sacrament to many residents at local nursing homes. His first wife, the former Loretta Sabastino died in 1987. He is survived by his wife, the former Phyliss Mason, whom he married on July 6, 1991. Together they created the 1800 Victorian bird houses for their enjoyment. Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters, Barbara Mazeika of Webster, Karen Goodson and Theresa Flor, both of North Adams; two sons, Michael Huttle of North Adams, Francis Huttle of Florida; a brother, Theodore Huttle of North Adams; grandchildren; great grandchildren; and his little dog, Sara. FUNERAL NOTICE: A Liturgy of Christian Burial for Joseph will take place Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 10 a.m. in Notre Dame Church in Adams, celebrated by the Rev. Steven Montesanti, Pastor of the St. John Paul parishes in Adams. Burial will follow in Bellevue Cemetery in Adams. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers donations in his memory can be made to the Adams Ambulance Fund or the Berkshire Humane Society in care of the TROTTIER PRINGLE FUNERAL HOME, 6 Summer St., Adams, who is in charge of arrangements.
Published in The Berkshire Eagle on Oct. 5, 2014
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