Mark Hinman, 54, of Pittsfield

Monday, Oct 16 - Mark was employed as a paver operator for Tri-Town Paving for 28 years, with a crew that he loved like family.

Louis J. DiGrigoli, 69, of Lee, multi-faceted entrepreneur

Monday, Oct 16 - Besides all of his business ventures, Lou was responsible for starting up Tee Ball in Lee, directed the very first Lee Sale-a-bration Days event which is now Lee Founders Weekend, and sponsored the very first Lee High School house-building program.

Elise England, 86, of Lenox, pioneering entrepreneur

Friday, Oct 13 - Elise and Moe were early pioneers of today’s craft beer movement. They started Merchant du Vin East in 1981, a beer-importing company representing some of the most iconic breweries in the world.

Jane Carpenter, 90, of New Marlborough

Wednesday, Oct 11 - Jane and David moved to Great Barrington in the early 1960s and established Vesper Hill Nursery School, a residential facility for 90 children ages newborn to 5 at time of admission with a range of disabilities.

Vivian Tierney, 83, of Lee

Sunday, Oct 8 - After retiring from Berkshire Corporation, Vivian and her husband of 64 years, William Tierney, toured the country for 12 years, traveling to 49 different states.

Hattie Clark, 86, of Lee

Tuesday, Oct 3 - Mrs. Clark worked for many years as a licensed practical nurse for the former Crestwood Nursing Home in Lenox and then the Berkshire Hills North Nursing Home in Lee.

Joseph Leahey, 83, of Lenox

Thursday, Sep 28 - Mr. Leahey worked for the town of Lee in the water department and was self-employed as an auto mechanic.