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Susan Mille Kiwacz, 70

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Susan Mille Kiwacz, 70, of Willow Dell died on Thursday, July 10, 2014, at Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield. Born in North Adams on June 5, 1944, a daughter of Frank Boynton and Florence Morris Boynton Pitt, she attended schools in North Adams. Mrs. Mille was last employed at the former Intamar Co. in North Adams. She was primarily a homemaker who enjoyed spending time with her children. Her former husband, Lawrence Mille Sr.,died on Dec. 3, 2011. She leaves her daughter, Julie Mille of Adams; her son, Lawrence Mille Jr. and his wife, Laurie, of Pownal, Vt.; three sisters, Kathleen Ballou, Carol Zegrarowsky and Jean Langlois; four grandchildren, Brandon Haskell, Casandra Beckwith, Brianna Clifford and Heatherlee Morgan, and a great-grandchild, Tyler Morgan Jr., and another on the way. She was predeceased by her son Scott Superneauon May 21, 2014; a brother, Michael Pitt, and her sister Dianna Tatro. FUNERAL NOTICE — Services for Mrs. Mille will take place at a later date. Memorial donations may be made through Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals, Central Chapels, 74 Marshall St., North Adams, MA 01247, which is in charge of arrangements.
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RIP Susan....
My hart felt condolenses to Susans family,
Its sad our lives didn't get a chance to blend,

May God Bless.

Randy Boynton, Melbourne, Fl
Susans 1/2 brother
from: Randy Boyntonon: 09-28-2014

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