Obituaries

Louise Bergan, 78, of Lenox

Friday, Apr 7 - She worked as an administrative assistant for the United Nations until her retirement in 1996. During her 30 years with the UN, she took advantage of the travel and assignments abroad offered by her position.

Robert Guidi, 95, of Lee

Friday, Apr 7 - Bob was appointed by the Governor to work on land acquisitions including ones for construction of the Massachusetts Turnpike. He applied his expertise as a member of the team to build Monument Mountain Regional High School.

Mary Harrison, 79, of Stockbridge, leader of many organizations

Monday, Apr 3 - Mary served on many boards and was a member of many organizations in her lifetime including the Berkshire Botanical Garden, Old Curtisville, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Berkshire County Christian School, Hope Church, Berkshire Center for Families and Children, Chesterwood, Lenox Garden Club and others.

Gavin Egan, 27, of Lee

Monday, Apr 3 - Gavin graduated from Pittsfield High School in 2007 and Barron Institute of Technology in 2010. He was an electrician.

Willard R. Curtis, 85, of Ashley Falls

Saturday, Apr 1 - He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and was a member of the VFW Post #6851 in Canaan. .Willard worked in construction and drove truck for Watta Crete and American Stone

Kraig R. Vogt, 75, of Great Barrington

Saturday, Apr 1 - Kraig was in private practice as a CMSW until he retired. He made many contributions to the Berkshire community that were close to his heart.

Jesse T. Dupont, 22, of Housatonic

Friday, Mar 31 - Jesse lived his life as he played varsity football for Monument Mountain High School, #28 ... with great passion and dedication to the team.

Peter Ostrander, 45, of Dalton

Thursday, Mar 30 - Peter enjoyed spending his time fishing, hunting, gardening and cooking. He loved spending time hiking in the woods and looking for mushrooms.

Janet M. Jongste, 91, of Lee

Thursday, Mar 30 - She enjoyed knitting and made hats for premature babies at Fairview Hospital and Prayer Shawls at Trinity Church.