Bonnie Fhagen, 71, of Pittsfield, formerly of Great Barrington

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By Wednesday, Jan 10 Obituaries

Bonnie Fhagen, 71, formerly of Great Barrington, passed away Thursday evening, Dec. 21, 2017, at her home on Pecks Road in Pittsfield. Born March 13, 1946, in New York City, she was the daughter of the late Theodore and Bella Lerner Fhagen. She attended local schools and was a graduate of Taft High School in New York.

Bonnie is survived by her brother David Fhagen; her nieces Dr. Peony Fhagen of Providence, Rhode Island, and Lisa Shay of Long Beach, California; and other extended family members. Along with her parents, she was also predeceased by her sister Cheryl Fhagen.

The funeral for Bonnie Fhagen was held Dec. 27, 2017, at FINNERTY & STEVENS FUNERAL HOME in Great Barrington, conducted by Rabbi Neil Hirsch. Burial followed at Ahavath Sholom Cemetery in Great Barrington. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Bonnie may be made to HospiceCare in the Berkshires Inc. through FINNERTY & STEVENS FUNERAL HOME, 426 Main St., Great Barrington, MA 01230. To send remembrances to the family, go to

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