Anthony Ehrlich lived in Pittsfield, Dalton, Lenox, and Lanesboro and worked for GE Ordnance for twenty-two years before transferring to Florida. He met and wooed his wife, then a rosy-cheeked German girl, on South Mountain. Their four children were all born in Pittsfield hospitals and learned downhill skiing there. Two of them have since moved back with their families after living all over the U.S.
He ushered at Tanglewood, was a member of the Town Players of Pittsfield, and was on the Planning Board in Lanesboro. He has many friends as well as family there, maintains strong ties to the County, and visits often, most recently seeing the Winter Lights at Naumkeag and Laurie Anderson’s virtual reality exhibition at Mass MoCA.
He currently works as a farm hand on another daughter’s small, commercial, organic farm in Barberville, Florida. He enjoys photography, the arts in general, and is an active environmentalist.