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Terry J. John

On Tuesday, July 24, Terry J. John passed away suddenly at the age of 56 years. Terry served in the Navy for 6 years before moving to Massachusetts, where he worked for several years at the VA in Leeds. In addition to his loving parents Brian E. and Nobuku John, Terry will be remembered by his sister Tammy (Timothy) Anderson; his three sons Corey John, Brian (Janice) John and Phillip Young, and four grandchildren. All are welcome to attend his service with Military Honors on Thursday, August 2, at 2 p.m. at the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery at 1390 Main Street, Agawam. The Williamsburg Funeral Home was entrusted with his cremation (Hampshirecremation.com)

Gregory A. Burgin (1964 - 2018)

Greg was born May 4th 1964 and passed away on July 4th 2018. He was predeceased by his parents Joan and Tom Burgin. He is survived by his twin brother John Burgin, his sister Theresa Burgin Mikalunas and sister in law Patricia Matlack-Burgin. He leaves behind his wife Sherry Burgin and his daughter Kathrine Burgin from his first marriage to Janice Drozdowski. He also leaves behind his step children Alexa Daigle, Leigha Otto, Bobby Shaw and Lewis Herzig as well as his grandchildren Kenzie, Noah, Austin, Lauren, Julia, Emily, Alice and Hayden. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. He loved spending time with his family, playing the guitar with his brother, skiing, making his famous c

Thomas Styspeck

Thomas Styspeck of Hadley, MA passed away peacefully on Thursday, June 28, 2018, surrounded by his family. Tom bravely battled a rare disease for 3 years, never letting it get in the way of living his life to the fullest. Tom, the son of Stanley J. and Irene M. Styspeck, was born and raised in Palmer, MA. He was a graduate of Palmer High School and Monson Academy. He went on to earn his BS in Chemistry from St. Anselm College and his MS from the University of New Hampshire. Tom began his teaching career at Mahar Regional High School before moving to and, and retiring from Amherst Regional High School after 40 years. While teaching at Amherst, he twice received the Robert Frost Teacher of the

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