Constance ‘Connie’ Stalker, 93, of Great Barrington

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By Monday, Nov 27 Obituaries

rConstance “Connie” Stalker 93 of 148 Maple Ave, Great Barrington, died Saturday November 25, at Great Barrington Health Care. She was born in Great Barrington on March 25, 1924, daughter of the late Harvey and Mary Allan Snow. Connie attended local schools and was a 1943 graduate of the former Searles High School. She worked for many years in the dietary department at Great Barrington Healthcare. She leaves one sister, Gloria Woodard of Great Barrington, “tons” of nieces and nephews. Connie was predeceased by Harvey Snow, Richard Snow, George Snow, Jennette Race, and Helen Martin.

A graveside service for Constance “Connie” Stalker who died November 25, will be held on Wednesday November 29, at 10 a.m. in Elmwood Cemetery, Great Barrington with the Reverend Belle Fox-Martin officiating. At Connie’s request there are no calling hours. Birches-Roy Funeral Home is entrusted with her arrangements. Condolences may be made through

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