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Catherine L. Duverney, 89

ADAMS, Mass. Catherine Louise Duverney, 89, of 169 North Summer St. died Sunday, April 27, 2014, at North Adams Commons. Born in North Adams on Dec. 20, 1924, daughter of Harold and Louise Bleau Kline, she attended local schools. Mrs. Duverney was last employed by the former Sprague Electric Co. Before that, she worked as a cashier at the former Adams Supermarket, now Big Y, and the former Mohawk Chief Supermarket. She enjoyed camping and travel. Her husband, William Duverney, whom she married on March 11, 1946, died on June 10, 1995. She leaves three sons, Raymond J. Paree and his wife, Mary, and William W. Duverney, all of Adams, and Robert C. Duverney and his wife, Cathy, of North Adams; seven grandchildren, Shawn Paree and Kristine Clish, both of Cheshire, Katie L. Duverney, Karen Duverney, Kevin Duverney and Jason Wandrei, all of North Adams, and Michael Wandrei of Charlemont; seven great-grandchildren, Josh Paree, Taylor Paree, Jalyn Olmedo, Alana Olmedo, Trent Wandrei, Caleb Wandrei and Barbara Rose Clish, and nieces and nephews. Her daughter, Debra Wandrei, and her brother, Harold Kline, are both deceased. FUNERAL NOTICE The funeral for Mrs. Duverney will be Friday, May 2, at 10 a.m. from Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals, Central Chapels, 74 Marshall St., North Adams. Burial will follow in Southview Cemetery. A calling hour will be held on Friday morning from 9-10 at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to BFAIR in care of the funeral home.
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