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Elaine M. Will, 67

SAVOY, Mass. — Elaine M. Will passed away on December 22, 2017, at the age of 67. 

Elaine was born on May 26, 1950 in Adams, Massachusetts, to parents Alphonse and Helen Milisiewski. She grew up with her sisters Rita and Cathy in Cheshire, Massachusetts, and later attended Adams Memorial High School. 

In 1968 she married Ron Duda and had a son, Ronnie Duda. In 1976, she married Christopher Will and had three children, Lael, Wade, and Hannah. 

Elaine's number one love in life was raising, guiding and loving her four children, and she was primarily a housewife until she began raising Pomeranians in 2000. She also helped raise her beloved grandchild Mckenzie Will, during her early years. 

Elaine touched the lives of everyone who knew her and was an exceptional motherly figure to Amber Will, Carrie Duda, Pete Dion and numerous friends and family members. Her marriage to Christopher Will was one of a kind, filled with true love, devotion, forgiveness, gratitude, and lots of laughs. 

Elaine was a very deep, spiritual, wise, and compassionate person, who had a wonderful sense of humor and found true joy in gardening, raising dogs, and spending time with friends and family. 

Elaine is survived by her sons Ronnie and Wade; her daughters Lael and Hannah; her grandchildren, Mckenzie, Daniel, Keiden, Jenson, Aiyana, Nyla and Nia; Rita and Michael Clarke; Cathy and Richard Alves; and Brenda and Allan Will. 

Funeral notice: A service will be held at the First Baptist Church of Cheshire, located at 32 North St., Cheshire, on January 6, 2018, at 1 p.m. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Elaine's life and her beautiful soul.

Obituary Provided By: Paciorek Funeral Home

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