Clipped From The Berkshire Eagle
during were outfit. by DeBonis' the 12, Cos Morowski P. 0 93 esses. O b i t u Sernard Curley ST. Bernard Curley Sr., 85, 'retired, of 107 Greylock Terrace, died this morning at his home after a short llness. Born ii? Adams Nov. 23, 1857, Mr. Curley spent a large part of las life In Pittsfield, coming hero from Cheshire in 1902. He was employed as night boss carder at the former Taconlc Mill for many years. He" served in that capacity until the mill shut down. 3e was a member of St. Charles' Church and belonged to the Holy Name Society. Survivors are three sons, William B., Bernard L., and Thomas J. Curley, all of this city, six ' grandchildren and aevei'al nieces and nephews. The body reposes at the Meehan Funeral Home, Melville Street, !rom where the funeral will be Friday morning' followed at St. Charles' Church with a high mass of requiem. Burial will be li) St Joseph'i Cemetery.