Emily "Milly" Blosdale-Dionne

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South Deerfield – Emily "Milly" Blosdale-Dionne, 17, of 31 Sawmill Plain Road, died unexpectedly on Sept. 26, at home. She was born in Bayne Jones Army Hospital at Fort Polk, LA, on Dec. 28, 1994.
Emily was educated in Deerfield schools and was a member of the Senior Class at Frontier Regional High School. While at Frontier, she enjoyed art, photography, English and government. Writing poetry, sketching and taking pictures wherever she was became a passion of hers. She especially loved her friends and spending time with them whether it be at the Haymarket Café in Northampton or the Bookmill in Montague. She was a friend to everyone she met, and loved them all dearly for each of their unique qualities.
Beside her parents, Ann Dionne and Wayne Wagner of South Deerfield, she leaves her brother, Ryan Wagner of South Deerfield, and her sister, Kara Wagner, of Bernardston; her uncle, Alan Dionne of Gaithersberg, MD; birth father, Benjamin J. Blosdale; her paternal grandfather, James Blosdale of Leesville, LA; her aunt and uncle, Kimberly and James Day; her cousins, Joshua and Rivers Day, all of Leesville, LA.
A celebration of life service will be Friday, Oct. 5, at 2 p.m. in the Wrisley Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. John Blunt officiating at 4. At the request of the family Milly's burial will private.
Donations in her memory can be made to the Frontier Regional High School Art Department, North Main St., South Deerfield, MA, in care of Jack Purcell.
Expressions of sympathy available at: www.wrisleyfuneralhome.com.
Published in The Recorder from Sept. 27 to Oct. 3, 2012
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