Lillian V. Daignault 1912 - 2011 ADAMS Lillian V. Daignault, 99, of 32 Powers St., died Saturday, Aug. 13, 2011, at the North Adams Regional Hospital. Born in Adams on Feb. 23, 1912, daughter of Walter and Sarah Zarek Dziok, she graduated from St. Stanislaus Kostka Parochial School in 1926 and from the former Adams High School in 1930. She also attended the former Bliss Business College in North Adams. Her last place of employment was for the former Hy Patashnick Investments Inc. in North Adams, retiring in 1966. While still attending school, Lillian worked as a bookkeeper for the former Murphy's Drug Store and also assisted in the family business in Adams, the former Dziok's Dry Goods Store. From 1946 thru 1942 she was employed as a teller at the South Adams Savings Bank in Adams, then in the accounting department for the former Sprague Electric Co. from 1944 till 1951, when she became a bookkeeper for former L & P Company for 10 years. Lillian also was a volunteer for the Adams Community Center. She was a communicant of St. Stanislaus Kostka Church in Adams, a member of the St. Michael's Society (FRCU), and the Adams Senior Citizens. Her husband, Lawrence A. Daignault, whom she married on Aug. 4, 1941, died July 26, 1998. She is survived by one niece, Jo Ann Falco, four nephews, Robert Leitch and his wife Ellen, Theodore and Michael Dziok, Clyde Johndrow, all of Adams, and several great, and great-great nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by four sisters, Helen Leitch, Carrie Johndrow, Sephanie Dziok, Natalie Rupprecht, and four brothers, Joseph, Theodore, Edward and Stanley Dziok. FUNERAL NOTICE: Services for Lillian V. Daignault will take place Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2011, at 11 AM from the TROTTIER PRINGLE FUNERAL HOME, 6 Summer St., Adams, with the Rev David Raymond, Pastor of St. Mary of the Assumption Church in Cheshire, officiating. Burial will follow in Bellevue Cemetery in Adams. Calling hours at the funeral home will be Wednesday from 10 AM until the time of the service.
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on Aug. 16, 2011