Saturday, September 15, 2007

09/15 | Obituaries � Saturday - September 15, 2007 | Obituaries � Saturday - September 15, 2007: "AMHERST - DeEtta Kay (Collins) Clark, 47, of Village Park Road, died Tuesday, Sept. 11, at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield."

 Delores Dunn
NORTHAMPTON - Delores Dunn, 66, died peacefully in her Northampton home on Sept. 6. 

 Josephine Glenowicz
HATFIELD - Josephine (Sadowski) Glenowicz, 83, of 44 North St., died Sept. 13. Born in Hatfield June 12, 1924, she was the daughter of the late Frank and Anna (Melnick) Sadowski. She attended Hatfield schools and worked at the former Hatfield Barn and Club, the Howard Johnson's Restaurants and Liberty Bakery. 

 Rhea St. Laurence
WILLIAMSTOWN - Rhea St. Laurence, 93, died Friday in the Williamstown Commons Nursing Home in Williamstown. She was born May 10, 1914, in Greenfield the daughter of Napoleon and Zoraide Rocheleau Kirouac. She was the widow of William St. Laurence, who died in 1991. She attended schools in Greenfield and Smith Vocational in Northampton. 

 Arthur Messier II
NORTHAMPTON - Arthur A. Messier II, 59, of 105 Pines Edge Drive, died Thursday evening at the Fisher Home in Amherst from complications of carcinoid cancer. 

 Kom Prak
AMHERST - Kom Prak, 74, of Brittany Manor Drive, died Sept. 13 at home. Born in Cambodia Dec. 31, 1932, she moved to this country in 1987 and enjoyed gardening and farming. She was the widow of Muth Ou, who died in 2004. 

 Percy Rodrigues broke racial barrier in acting 
Percy Rodrigues, whose role as a neurosurgeon on the 1960s television series "Peyton Place" broke ground because he was cast as an authority figure when relatively few black actors were given such parts, has died. He was 89. 

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