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Paul A. Baldasaro, 52

DALTON, Mass. — Paul Anthony Baldasaro, 52, died Sunday, April 23, 2017, following a motor vehicle accident in Dalton.

Born in Pittsfield on December 29, 1964, the son of Rev. Mr. Pasqual and Donna Bowers Baldasaro, he was a 1983 graduate of Wahconah Regional High School. A cook by trade, Mr. Baldasaro worked for several area restaurants, including Silver Screen, as well as being employed by Sage Dining Services.

He enjoyed music and camping, and was a Red Sox and Miami Dolphins fan.

Mr. Baldasaro leaves his wife, the former Catherine M. Coe; his parents of Dalton; his two sisters, Teresa L. Becker of Hinsdale and Linda Farrell of Peru; his brother, Michael J. Baldasaro of Hinsdale; several nieces and nephews; and his dog, Panuche.

Funeral notice: Funeral services for Paul Anthony Baldasaro will be held Saturday, April 29, at 11 a.m. at Dery-Foley Funeral Home in Dalton with Rev. Msgr. Michael A. Shershanovich, pastor of St. Joseph Church, officiating. Calling hours will precede the service beginning at 9 a.m. 

Burial will be private in St. Patrick’s Cemetery in Hinsdale. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Agnes Church or to the Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter both in care of the Dery-Foley Funeral Home, 890 East Main Street, Dalton.

Obituary Provided By: Dery Funeral Home

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