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Gerald J. Delisle, 82

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Gerald Joseph Delisle, 82, of 13 Mark Lane died Tuesday, July 22, 2014, at his home. Born in Adams on Feb. 13, 1932, a son of Emery and Florence Ouellette Delisle, he graduated from Drury High School in North Adams and was a member of the football team. He was a decorated Air Force veteran of the Korean War. Mr. Delisle was employed as a crane operator for several construction companies in the area, lastly for Krutiak Construction Co. He was a communicant of the Parish of Sts. Patrick & Raphael in Williamstown. He leaves his wife, include Catherine Brandalik Keating-Delisle; four daughters, Tina Senecal, Michelle Delisle, Laurie Delisle and Sheila Delisle, all of North Adams; two stepsons, Tim Keating and Jim Keating; a sister, Lee Dupree of South Carolina; two grandchildren, Derek Wlodyka and Monique Rock, and five stepgrandchildren. FUNERAL NOTICE — At Mr. Delisle's request, there will be no services or calling hours. Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals, Central Chapels, 74 Marshall St., North Adams, is in charge of arrangements.
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It's never easy losing your father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Chris and Denise
from: To Laurie and Michelle on: 07-24-2014

kate,I'm so sorry to hear of Gerry passing.wow
from: John Choquetteon: 07-23-2014

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