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Raymond F. Connell, Jr. (1954 - 2019)

Raymond F. Connell, Jr., 67, died on April 21, 2019 unexpectedly at Cooley Dickinson Hospital. A lifelong resident of Williamsburg, Ray was born on December 14, 1954, he was the son of the late Raymond and Rosalie (Ice) Connell. He was a graduate of Hampshire Regional High School. He worked for over 40 years as a custodian and maintenance person at Hampshire Regional High School also tending to the grounds. He loved to build racecars and also raced at Lebanon Valley Speedway, his racing buddies were Fred Baker and Dave Farren. He will be dearly missed by his three brothers Edward and wife Wendy of Goshen, Gerald and wife Gigi of Holyoke and Michael J. Connell of Williamsburg. He was predecea

Eileen Patricia Campbell (1965 - 2019)

EILEEN PATRICIA CAMPBELL, 54, of South Hadley MA, passed away suddenly on April 11, 2019. She was born in Marquette MI on January 9, 1965. The beloved daughter of the late John J. and Doris J. Campbell. She was raised and educated in South Hadley, graduating from South Hadley High School in 1983. Eileen was a caring person and loved helping other people throughout her life. She was employed with Western Mass Elder Care as a primary caregiver. She also volunteered frequently at the South Hadley Food Pantry, Neighbors helping Neighbors. She is survived by her spouse, and best friend for 30 years, Karen Schmalenberg, brothers John (Debbie) of Ludlow MA, Gary (Maura) of South Hadley MA, Kevin o

Bertha R. (Hooker) Davis (1939 - 2019)

Bertha R (Hooker) Davis 79, of Haydenville, MA. and Florence VT died unexpectedly on Monday April 1, 2019. She was born on May 18, 1939 in Pittsford, VT. daughter of the late Gerald K and Agnes M (LaRock) Hooker. She grew up in Vermont and moved to Massachusetts in 1966. After retirement she then returned to Vermont. She was employed by Pro Brush, Autumn Inn, and retired after 19 years of service from Tubed Products in 2004. Bertha's greatest joys in life were her family, Bingo, Casinos, and travelling. She was an avid Red Sox and New England Patriots fan. She was especially proud of her first great grandson. Survivors include her loving husband of 60 years Maurice "Frank" Davis Sr

Amelia A. Kolsorwicz (1935 - 2019)

Amelia “Millie” “Mimi” Kolosewicz, of Haydenville, Massachusetts, passed away peacefully after a brief illness on April 3, 2019, in Leeds, Massachusetts at the age of 94. Amelia was born during a blizzard on January 8, 1925, in Hadley, Massachusetts. She was one of 12 children born to hard-working, Polish immigrants Michael and Eleanor Leona (Banas) Koloszycz. Millie recalled walking “cross-lots” through the fields to the one-room schoolhouse near present-day Hartsbrook and enjoyed picking pears along the way. Just before starting the 4th grade, she moved with her family to a farm in Haydenville, where she would live for the rest of her life. She and her siblings helped work the farm with