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David V. Hurlbut, 56

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — David V. Hurlbut, 56, of 97 Veazie St. died Monday, Nov. 26, 2012, at North Adams Regional Hospital. Born in North Adams on Sept. 25, 1956, a son of Verne and Lena Mullett Hurlbut, he graduated from Drury High School. Mr. Hurlbut was employed for many years at Little's Auto Body Shop. He was last employed at O'Connell Oil. He enjoyed bowling and golfing. He leaves his stepmother, Anna Hurlbut of Williamstown; three daughters, Trinity Edwards and her husband, Michael, of Virginia and Bobbie-Jo Hurlbut of North Adams and Dannielle Hurlbut; two sisters, Tammy Wright of the town of Florida and Bonnie Senecal of Cheshire; a brother, Craig Hurlbut of North Adams; six grandchildren; his companion, Jean Walden, and nieces and nephews. A son, Roger Hurlbut, died in infancy. FUNERAL NOTICE — Funeral Services for Mr. Hurlbut will take place Thursday, Nov. 29, at 11 from Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals, West Chapels, 521 West Main St., North Adams. Burial will take place in the spring time in Church Cemetery in the town of Florida. Calling hours will be Thursday morning from 9 to 11 at the funeral home. Memorial donations are suggested for the North Adams Ambulance Service or the charity of the donor's choice through the funeral home.
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I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers are with you all
from: Diane Englandon: 12-04-2012

i am so sorry to hear of my friends passing,
Dave and i started school together at Greylock many years ago
my thoughts go out to his mom& and rest of his family
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