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Eileen M. Dargie, 74

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Eileen Mary Dargie, 74, of 3 Holbrook St. died Monday, June 16, 2014, at her home. Born in North Adams on Jan. 11, 1940, daughter of Ernest and Rose Vaughn Barbeau, she graduated from the Drury High School and attended nursing school to become a licensed practical nurse. Mrs. Dargie worked as a nurse at the former Homestead Rest Home, which was a family-run business. After it closed, she worked as a nurse at the Brien Center. She was a communicant of the former Notre Dame du Sacre Coeur Church. She enjoyed trips to the casino and tag sales and was an avid fan of the Boston Red Sox. Her husband, Arthur P. "Bid" Dargie, whom she married on Oct. 22, 1960, who died on July 25, 1999. She leaves two sons, Arthur P. Dargie Jr. and Keith J. Dargie, both of North Adams; four grandchildren, Katelyn Dargie, Matthew Dargie, Travis Dargie, and Keegan Dargie; a great-grandson, Riley Dargie, and many nieces and nephews. Her six brothers and sisters are deceased. FUNERAL NOTICE — A Liturgy of Christian Burial for Mrs. Dargie will be celebrated Friday, June 20, at 9 a.m. at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church. Burial will follow in Southview Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jimmy Fund in care of Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals, Central Chapels, 74 Marshall St., North Adams, MA 01247.
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