The Recorder from Greenfield, Massachusetts (2024)

school Sky fol- City 56 the 47 encampment passed Days 6 away on community He and a.m. Massachusetts NE-444101 worker who 85 enjoyed to Sun Seminary in Chicago. OBITUARIE Moonset of 79 57 pc Waterbury 66 52 of Northampton 81 56 pc Rutland 82 56 pc Springfi eld pc Pawtucket of City In lieu of 86 flowers, 86 may 53 be 80 82 55 pc Houston pc Dallas of weather FALLS, MA 78 HARVARD OBITUARIE Fr iday, ay 2 4, 2024 A7 80 87 87 90 Thomas A. Kolakoski, Northampton 90 Kolakoski. 91 class of 1973.

495 495 91 Thomas A. Kolakoski 93 89 Tom 95 95 the son 84 of Edward and Sylivia peacefully on May 8, 2024, at 84 de- Ice Flurries request Snow the Showers At Rain T-storms Cold Warm Stationary 8 am 10 am Noon 2 pm 4 pm 6 pm 2 5 9 9 5 2 67 76 he 83 retired, 86 included 83 79 8 am 10 am 6 pm Washington New York Miami Steven W. Dejnak, Jr. age 75, in the Our Lady of Czestochowa Atlanta Steven Walter Dejnak, Jr. Detroit Houston Chicago Denver OBITUARIES ON PAGE A2 Minneapolis Kansas City El Paso Billings Los Angeles San Francisco Seattle High: Low: High: Low: High: Low: High: Low: High: Low: High: Low: Almanac Temperature indicator of energy Degree days are degree days, the more energy is was a committed trade-union more the total necessary to cool.

families, working and Moon The higher the AccuWeather UV number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection. Jonathan G. Tuttle 0-2 Low 3-5 Moderate 6-7 High Central Labor Council and the 8-10 Very High Extreme UV Index RealFeel Temperature The patented AccuWeather.com RealFeel Temperature Shutesbury is an exclusive index of effective temperature based on eight weather Weather History Shown is weather. Temperatures are highs and lows. Atlanta The Region Concord Portland Boston Providence Hyannis Brattleboro Springfield.

Hartford Albany Greenfi eld New York City City Hi Lo Hi Lo Hi Lo Cincinnati are under (W): s-sunny, the pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, r-rain, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice Gaza and for Harvard to divest City Lo Hi Lo Hi Hi Lo Hi Lo Shown are noon positions and precipitation.Temperature bands are highs for the day. The Nation Local Weather Information Today Sunday Tonight Monday Saturday Tuesday Wednesday 84 50 82 61 69 60 83 56 73 54 73 54 Mostly sunny, warm and less humid Mostly sunny and remaining warm Clear Thunderstorms Very warm with sunny intervals Mostly cloudy with showers around Nice with times of clouds and sun Wind: 8-16 mph Wind: WSW 4-8 mph Wind: NW 4-8 mph Wind: ESE 6-12 mph Wind: 4-8 mph Wind: SW 8-16 mph Wind: WSW 7-14 mph Sunrise today 8:15 p.m. birder, and a voracious reader. Committee for Worker Justice. Sunset today Total daylight 14 55 min.

A 91-degree high on May 24, 1982, Moonrise today 10:02 p.m. turned the previous record high of 79 today 5:36 a.m. Last May 30 June New Alden First June 14 P. Tuttle Full June 21 see his favorite rock and roll thick waning gibbous moon graduated from UMass Amherst ale. southeast after 10 p.m.

in 1962 and 4 years later was (Campaign rises in the the south where it to trek across stays less than 20 degrees above the horizon even at its highest in the wee hours of tomorrow morning. Patrick Rowan While in creating NERAX, (the New Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. to ashes in San Francisco. Amherst College Weather Station: (Awaiting website fi x) Dave Hayes the Weather Nut: https://www.facebook.com/WesternMassWeather Levels on New England http://www.h2oline.com/default. of N.

Hillside Road Greenfield on SOUTH DEERFIELD, Burlington 74 58 Cape Chicopee The Moose Club and the Amer- will be held at a later date and 86 51 83 57 pc Holyoke 85 51 Lowell 86 53 Manchester 54 Nashua New Bedford New Haven leaves his Cindy Phil- 86 56 75 58 pc N. Adams, MA 80 47 81 58 Montpelier 73 42 pc 72 52 84 53 pc 77 52 77 46 75 58 51 57 pc W. Warwick 84 54 pc 75 51 Worcester 81 55 78 57 pc Today Sat. Today Sat. 82 69 87 71 Baltimore 84 62 pc 79 65 Boston 58 84 58 71 Buffalo 53 Chicago 83 57 79 58 Group of graduates 80 65 84 64 Cleveland 81 65 81 60 94 73 93 78 Denver 48 walk out in protest 69 50 72 Detroit 81 64 81 56 Honolulu 84 73 pc 81 72 sh St.

Louis 93 78 pc 94 79 pc Salt Lake City 70 55 to Indianapolis 84 65 82 62 Kansas City By STEVE 76 52 LeBLANC 78 62 pc Seattle Those in Las Vegas 68 91 65 89 Los Angeles 68 56 sh 70 56 sh Miami 92 78 92 77 pc Minneapolis 70 47 75 55 Nashville 81 58 COMMENCEMENT 82 67 85 67 New Orleans 92 77 pc 92 78 pc New York 86 65 79 62 pc Philadelphia 86 64 84 64 Phoenix 100 70 90 68 Pittsburgh 82 61 pc 84 58 Portland, OR 61 50 sh 65 48 pc 83 61 83 71 pc 64 52 sh San Francisco 65 55 pc 65 51 pc 60 47 pc DC 85 66 pc 78 65 Sat. Today Today Sat. Cooling Degree ..........................................5 Thursday Month to date (norm) 25 (15) Since Jan. 1 (norm) 25 (15) Normal Record high in 2021 Record low in 2002 Orange Airport through 3 p.m. Thu.

24 hrs ending 3 p.m. Thu. 0.10” Year to date 17.60” Normal year to date 14.22” Precipitation REGIONAL 6-DAY FORECAST TURNERS passed Tuesday, May 21, 2024. Cemetery, Turners Falls, MA of the ceased, there will be no formal trusted with the arrangements. services.

Private interment lowing cremation to take place McCarthy Funeral Homes en- SHUTESBURY, MA Jonathan G. Tuttle (83) of Massachusetts AFL-CIO. His Shutesbury January 20, 2024 in Leeds at and the home of his sister, Deb the Franklin County Housing L. an Jacobs). Jonathan (Deborah leader with a lifelong dedication the as well as minister, an 5:20 avid an ordained He 1940 to Marjorie August and (Daniels) of Amherst, both long deceased, later, in the UK, at music and as is his older brother Al, beer festivals where he would Tuttle Jonathan (Alden was educated in the Amherst band, system.

public awarded another BA, this time and in Divinity and Ordination Festival Theological from McCormick in Chicago he was (briefly) England Real Ale Exhibition) married, worked in a head in Boston. Health constraints shop, and was active in the in his later years limited his street protest at the Democratic activities, including working Convention. He also took part in his extensive gardens, but he in the Civil Rights Movement remained a big man with a big and the movement to end the heart. In addition to his sister war in Vietnam. After returning Deb, Jonathan leaves his niece to Amherst, Jonathan worked Jacobs Feinstein and her as Department Aide, Storeroom husband, Aaron Feinstein, of Helper, and Store Keeper at the Northampton, along with dear University.

His local union friends Melena Bonnello and activities were as Steward, her husband, George Danziger, Chief Steward and President. of Florence. He was a convener of Local Service will be held to remember Stewards 1776 Beginning in 1986, and until Congregational Church, United he retired in 2007, he worked Church of Christ on Main Street as a Western Region Field Staff in Amherst on June 1, 2024 at Representative. He was active 2 pm with a reception at the in the Hampshire Franklin church to follow. service, both before after needs.

The and Redevelopment Authority, Rural Development Noon 2 pm 4 pm Democratic Town Committee, and factors. the Interfaith was a Cooley baby born in For many years his summer L. vacations were spent salmon Sr. fishing in Canada, and then For More Fairport Convention, drink traditionally brewed He was active in CAMRA for Real Ale) Water the Great British Rivers: Beer in London. Here in the states, he was instrumental A Memorial Council.

and honor his life at the First MA 70, died the Baystate Medical Center in He was born in June 26, 1954, (Greenbush) attended local schools in Deerfield and was a graduate of Frontier Regional High School Tom worked for the railroad for many years until his retire- ment. He was Hi a Lo life member the Polish Club 75 48 is South Deer- field. Cod He was 75 also 54 pc a member ican Legion. He was 82 a 55 hard gardening and mowing 84 his 52 lawn. Among 80 his 53 survivors, pc 73 53 Tom lips of Greenfield; and he was known as Grandpa Thomas direction of the Kostanski Fu- to eight grandchildren and neral Home.

For condolences, one great grandchild. He also please visit www.kostanskifu- leaves several cousins. Tom was predeceased by his brothers, Larry and Jimmy Ko- lakoski and his parents Sylvia and Edward Kolakoski. A Celebration 86 51 of 83 56 life time once established. memorial contributions made The Salvation Army 72 Chap- man St.

Greenfield, MA 01301. Arrangements Weather neralhome.com BALDWINVILLE, MA It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Paul Francis Buckley, born on July 7, 1936 in Athol Massachusetts. Paul was a chef by trade and spent his career working in a va- riety of restaurants and nursing homes in the Worcester County area. He Retired in 2019 from Ciao in Worcester after dedicating several decades to his craft. He was also known for his love of horse racing, spend- ing many years Sulky racing at the Hinsdale Race Track.

He took immense pleasure in own- ing and racing horses and later breeding West Highland White Terriers, Beagles and Angora rabbits with his beloved wife Arline. These shared passions led to their participation in hundreds of shows across New England winning a variety of awards over the years. He was a member of the American Ken- nel Club and American Rabbit Breeders Association. love for sports was also evident in his avid support for the Bos- ton Red Sox and New England Patriots, and his fondness for golf. Paul enjoyed taking leisure- ly rides to Maine and Vermont for Breakfast or Lunch, simply to enjoy the journey, change of scenery and of course the good food.

He is survived by his daugh- ters Kim Hansen (Chris), Janet Richardson (John) and his son Paul Buckley Jr. He leaves behind 6 grand- children, Aaron Messenger, Benjamin Messenger, Julie Messenger and Michael Ca- vanna and great grandchildren Parker Cavanna and Sophia Ca- vanna. Paul was preceded in death by his father Francis Buckley, his mother, Eileen Deere, his loving wife, Arline Buckley, sister, Yvonne Buckley, There were no services. Paul F. Buckley July 7, 1936-May 15, 2024 ATHOL, MA Dennis L.

Brodreau, 74, died Wednesday, May 22, 2024, at his home surrounded by his family. He was born in Gardner, on Janu- ary 30, 1950. a son of the late Leo and (Trueheart) Arlene Boudreau. He was a 1968 graduate of Athol High School. He was the youngest member to join the Carbs Club at the age of 15.

He served in the US Coast Guard during the Vietnam War for 4 years earn- ing the rank of EN2. He worked as a welder his whole life. He was a 42 year, member of the UA local union He was ini- tiated on January 13, 1982, to Local 92 and retired from Local on February 1, 2011. Dennis leaves Bonnie L. Isrow, one daughter, Samatha A.

Boudreau, one son, Benjamin L. Bou- dreau, and one sister, Dianne R. Brown. Funeral Services will be private. To leave an online condolence please visit, www.stone- ladeau.com Stone Ladeau Funeral Home, 343 Central Street, Winchendon, MA 01475, has been entrusted with fu- neral arrangements.

Kevin J. Mack, Walter C. Taylor, and Melissa A. Mc- Quaid, funeral directors. Dennis Boudreau MORE Associated Press CAMBRIDGE, Mass.

from companies that support Hundreds of students in gradua- the war. tion robes walked out of the Har- vard commencement on Thurs- Maria Ressa, a journalist and day chanting Free Pales- advocate for freedom of the after weeks of protests on press, told the graduates that campus and a day after the know who you are school announced that 13 Har- until tested, until you vard students who participated in a protest encampment would not be able to receive diplomas alongside their classmates. Some students chanted et them walk, let them dur ing commence- ment, referring to allowing those 13 students to get their diplomas along with fellow grad- uates. Student speaker Shruthi Kumar said semester our freedom of speech and our ex- pressions of solidarity became she said to cheers and applause. She said she had to recog- nize 13 undergraduates in the class of 2024 who will not graduate generating prolonged cheers and clapping from graduates.

am deeply disappointed by the intolerance for freedom of speech and the right to civil disobedience on Over 1,500 students had pe- titioned, and nearly 500 staff and faculty had spoken up, all over the sanctions, she said. is about civil rights and upholding democratic she said. stu- dents had spoken. The faculty had spoken. Harvard do you hear had called for a ceasefire in Commencement speaker fight for what you believe in.

Because that defines who you campus protests are testing everyone in America. Protests are healthy. They be violent. They be she said. Alaha Nasari, who gradu- ated with a degree in the history of science and global health, said she and other students opted to walk out of the ceremonies when interim President Alan Garber took to the stage.

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