Louise Brazie, 82, of Housatonic

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Louise Helen Brazie, 82, of 2 Bernard Gibbons Dr., Housatonic, and formerly of Interlaken Rd., Glendale, died Thursday, Jan. 4.

Louise Brazie

She was born July 24, 1935, in Goshen, Connecticut, the daughter of Benjamin L. and Lillian M. (Smith) Brazie. Louise was a graduate for the former Williams High School class of 1949. She worked at the former DeSisto School as a cook and counselor as well as running its honors program. She also tended bar at the former Stockbridge Inn and the Hideaway in West Stockbridge. She also worked as an inspector at Housatonic Curtains in Housatonic for six years before retiring July 28, 2000. She was a member of the former Interlaken Congregational Church. Louise loved and cared for her horses for many years.

Louise is survived by one son, Edward Bailey of Glendale; three daughters: Boodie Garrette of the state of Florida, Linda Bailey of New Mexico and Stephanie Bailey of Lee; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Louise was predeceased by her brothers and sisters.

In keeping with Louise’s wishes there are no funeral services. BIRCHES-ROY FUNERAL HOME, 33 South St., Great Barrington, MA 01230 is entrusted with arrangements. Condolences may be made through birchesroyfuneralservices.com.

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  1. Tamara says:

    I am so sorry to hear of her passing,she was a big part of my life! Tami Harvey

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