Janet W. Averill
Janet W. Averill, 76, of Westhampton, a retired
staff assistant at University Health Services, died Sept. 24.
She served the University for five years,
retiring in 1981.
She leaves her husband, James H. Averill;
five children, James Jr. of Pa., Jean of Abercych, Wales, U.K.,
Robert of Shelburne, Mary of Morris Township, N.J. and Richard
of Arvada, Colo.; and nine grandchildren.
William W. Reynolds
William W. Reynolds, 72, of Hadley, a retired
maintenance equipment operator in Veterinary and Animal Sciences,
died Sept. 26.
He served the University for more than 38
years, retiring in 1992.
A Gardner High School graduate, he served
in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.
He leaves a brother, Thomas H. Reynolds of Wayland; two nephews
and three nieces; and 12 great-nieces and great-nephews.
Frank J. Baldyga
Frank J. Baldyga, 83, of Holyoke, a retired
janitor in Physical Plant, died Sept. 28.
He served the University for seven years before retiring in 1979.
He also worked at the Wick Wire Co. of Palmer
for many years.
A long-time resident of Palmer, he served
in the U.S. Army during World War II and was a member of the Amvets
post in the Three Rivers section of Palmer.
He leaves a brother, Lucien of Springfield;
a sister, Genevieve Cesino of Pawtucket, R.I.; and nieces and
Memorial contributions may be made to any
Cecile I. Phillips
Cecile I. Phillips, 69, of South Deerfield,
a retired maintainer in Physical Plant, died Sept. 30.
She served the University for nearly 14 years
before retiring in 1993.
She also worked at several Deer-field eateries,
including Wolfie's Restaurant, Manson's Grill, and the Candlelight
She liked to garden and watch classic movies
and sporting events on television. She also enjoyed homemaking
Her husband, Theodore K. Phillips, died in
She leaves three sons, Phillip M. and Michael
A., both of South Deerfield, and Monroe E. of Bernardston; two
daughters, Linda M. Korpita of Deerfield and Lisa M. Trischetta
of Framingham; two sisters, Sally Rhodes of Leeds and Rita Sheehan
of Bernardston; a brother, Robert St. Hilaire of Greenfield, 11
grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Memorial contributions may be made to VNA
Hospice Alliance, 168 Industrial Drive, Northampton 01060.