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Joyce L. Chenail, 74

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Joyce Lynne Chenail, 74, of 6 Milton Drive died Monday, Aug. 11, 2014, at Sweet Brook Care Centers in Williamstown. Born in North Adams on June 30, 1940, daughter of P. Leo Carden and Dorothy Chappron Carden Porzel, she attended local schools and graduated from Drury High School in 1958. Mrs. Chenail was employed for more than 40 years by Rock Manor Park and its associated businesses including Chieftan Realty, Mundy's and DES Corp., where she wore many hats as secretary, bookkeeper and salesperson. Not only was she a loyal and dedicated employee but she was a close family friend. She enjoyed trips to the ocean and was a dog lover. She was devoted to her granddaughter, "Sweet Pea", with whom she spent countless hours and who gave her great happiness. She leaves her daughter, Pamela Shea and her husband, Kevin, of Pownal, Vt., and her granddaughter, Shawna Shea, a senior at Norwich (Vt.) University. Her brother, P. Leo Carden Jr., is deceased. Mrs. Chenail will be missed by all who loved her. May she rest in peace. FUNERAL NOTICE — Services for Mrs. Chenail will be private and there will be no calling hours. Burial will be in Southview Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association in care of Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals, Central Chapels, 74 Marshall St., North Adams, MA 01247.
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Rest in Peace Joyce, you don't have to fight anymore ' your work is done.
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