Asci - Diodata - Obituary
elevated Mr. Asci lived in Pittsfield many years and was retired in 1957 after being employed by the Rosa Restaurant. He was native of Italy and had moved to Lenox from Pittsfield several years ago. He was an vpfpran of Wm-lrt Vlar T ' " P ' m -' Br 'SS \eteian of Woild \\Â«u I. 3:30j He leaves his wife, the Adelaide Costa, and four broth- ers, Stanley of Pittsfield, Silvio of Lenox, Antonio and Pietro Ita 'y- The funeral services will be Bencivenga Funeral Home, Pittsfield, Saturday at 8:15 a Requiem Mass at 9 in Mount Carmel will be Church there. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemet- ery, Pittsfield. Calling hours today are from 2 to 4 and 7 the funeral home. Investigating the fatality with Chief Lane are Officer Anthony W. Romeo of Lenox, Inspector Francis McLaughlin of the Reg- i stry of Motor Vehicles and Ed- of j Haughey state police pho- New tographer.