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.

Nicholas F. Wool, 93, of Monterey

Wednesday, Mar 29 - After returning home from his service Nicholas was a partner with his father Anthony with Wool’s Taxi and Wool’s Garage.

Elizabeth A. Rozon, 81, of Lee

Friday, Mar 24 - Betty loved animals, especially dogs. She spent much of her time walking with her American Eskimo dogs on her property, which she said reminded her of childhood.

Ada Harcourt Hastings, 84, of Lenox

Thursday, Mar 23 - Ada Hastings had been active in St. James Episcopal Church and was a member of the board of the Berkshire Historical Society at Arrowhead. She enjoyed being a volunteer tour guide at Tanglewood.

Alma Lee Rennie Schilling, 69, of Pittsfield

Wednesday, Mar 15 - Alma had a love for music and for many years she was a member of the St. Mary’s Choir in Lee, St. Charles Choir in Pittsfield, Barbershop Quartet, singing in Harmony Inc.

Cathleen A. Belanger, 80, of Lee

Wednesday, Mar 8 - Cathleen had worked at the Rice Silk Mill in Pittsfield, and then at various area restaurants and last worked at the Schweitzer-Mauduit Paper Mills in Lee.

M. Doris McCauley, 92, of Lee

Monday, Mar 6 - Mrs. McCauley worked as a waitress at local restaurants and was last employed by Lee High School where she worked in the cafeteria.