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Michael W. Terry, 30

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Michael Winthrop Terry, 30, passed away on Tuesday, July 3, 2018, at Berkshire Medical Center in North Adams. 

He was born March 26, 1988 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts to Michael Allen Terry and Wendy Ann Lawton (Creps). He was a 2006 graduate of Drury High School.

Michael will be remembered for his infectious smile and his ability to make others laugh. He loved being goofy with his friends and family and dancing until everyone in the room was smiling back. He also loved sports, particularly baseball, basketball and football. 

He will be deeply missed by the family he leaves behind, including his son Michael Winthrop Terry Jr., whom he brought into the world with wife Catherine Terry (Brackett); his grandmother Winifred Alexander; his great-grandmother, Martha M. Myers; his maternal sisters Ashley Terry, Bonnie Terry, Kristina Boucher (Reynolds) and Mariah Reynolds; and his paternal sisters, Kimberlee Francoeur (Terry), Marissa Terry and Krista Terry. He also leaves behind his loving nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

Funeral notice: Private services will be held by the family.


Obituary Provided By: Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals

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