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Myrna F. Marsh, 79

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. Myrna Florence Marsh, 79, formerly of North Adams, died Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, at Sweet Brook Care Centers in Williamstown. Born in North Adams on Dec. 15, 1934, a daughter of Mario Magnani and Mildred Record Magnani Sweeney, she attended schools in North Adams. Mrs. Marsh was last employed with Elder Services in Pittsfield managing the "Popcorn Wagon." She had earlier worked at the former Sprague Electric Co. and at Excelsior Printing Co. She was a communicant of the former St. Francis' Church. She leaves her daughter, Faith Lemaire of Pittsfield; two sons, Bernard Marsh of Adams and Matthew Marsh of Chicago; two brothers, Ralph Sweeney of Adams and Richard Sweeney of the state of Florida, and five grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Her daughter Nancy Jarvis and brother Edward Record predeceased her. FUNERAL NOTICE A funeral service to celebrate the life of Mrs. Marsh will be held on Saturday, Feb. 1, at 9 a.m. at Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals, Central Chapels, 74 Marshall St. Calling hours will be from 4 to 7 on Friday, Jan. 31, at the funeral home.
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Matt, we are so sorry for your loss, our love, thoughts and prayers are with you. We are here for you. Love you lots
from: Peter & Lorraine Choquetteon: 01-29-2014

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