Jeffrey Michael Crane, 45, of Lee

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By Monday, May 8 Obituaries

Jeffrey Michael Crane, 45, of Woodland Road, died Thursday at his home.

Born in Pittsfield July 1, 1971, the son of Sheila Greene Crane and the late Joseph Crane, he attended Lee schools and was a 1990 graduate of Lee High School.

He was a graduate of the United Bicycle Institute, Inc. in Oregon and was employed as a bicycle mechanic at Berkshire Bike and Board in Great Barrington at the time of his death.

Besides his mother, of Lee, Jeffrey is survived by his two sisters; Corina Crane of Lee and Lorrie Goodfellow and her husband Andrew Goodfellow, Jr. of Lee; one brother, Joseph Crane of Lee; and one nephew, Drew Goodfellow. He was predeceased by his father, Joseph Crane, on March 13, 1998, and his sister-in-law Brenda Crane on March 8, 2011.

A celebration of life will be at Spectrum Community Center, the former St. George’s Church at 20 Franklin Street, Lee, Mass., on Saturday, May 13th from 12 p.m. — 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Berkshire Humane Society or Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter, both in care of the ROCHE FUNERAL HOME, 120 Main St., Lenox, MA 01240.

To share memories and stories please visit rochefuneralhome.com.


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