In the winter of 2018, Dick had gotten up for work as usual and had tripped and fallen down the stairs. Shortly after that I had noticed a change in his speech. We thought he may have had a stroke, so we went to the doctors and Dick was referred to a neurologist in Pittsfield.
After many tests and no concrete answers, but a suspicion of early onset Alzheimer’s and Dementia, he wa
Jim died of ALS on May 14, 2020 - but he didn't go without a fight. Diagnosed on December 6, 2017, Jim did everything he could to NOT be defeated by ALS. This included treatments, assistive technology and drug trials - but it also included traveling, doing things on his bucket list, enjoying his family and simply LIVING.
In 2018, before he declined too severely, he did so many things
Donna McNeice, a long time resident of Pittsfield, Massachusetts was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, friend and all around wonderful person. Donna's smile could light up any room or any situation. She had an incredibly loving heart and she would do anything for anyone. Donna attended Pittsfield Public Schools. Retired, she was the Head Administrative Assistant of Berkshire D
Bob began having left handed weakness around May 2010. After many doctors visits, tests, and exploration, Bob was diagnosed with ALS in May 2011. He had such a positive attitude and a zest for life with his family and friends. He continued to teach at Taconic High School until December 2011.
Two things happened around the same time in October 2011. A family friend gave us a van!!!
Michael Polidoro is married to Donna and is the father of three children - Tonia, Nikki and Jay and has three stepchildren – Alyssa, Stephen and Hayley. His greatest joys are spent with them and their families – ten grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Mike is one of ten children of Frank and Shirley. He was raised with the closeness of family being instilled into his lif
Chief Jeffrey Roosa of the Lee Police Department. His career in law enforcement began in 1995 as a part time police officer at the Lee Police Department until he accepted a full-time position with the Sheffield Police Department in 1996. Then in 2001, after proudly serving the community of Sheffield, he transferred back to the Lee Police Department as a patrolman which for him felt like
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