Clipped From The Berkshire Eagle
Daltoii, E. Devanny Dies; Brother of Funeral Director William E. Devanny, 58, of 285 Center Street, Lee, veteran of World War I and brother of 3. Devanny, funeral director, died this morning at St. Luke's Hospital Hospital where he had been a patient four weeks. Death was attributed lo a heart malady. A native of Pittsfield, he was son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Devanny and was educated in public schools. Mr. Devanny, who spent most of his life in this city, was a meat cutter by trade but late yars had been employed the Pittsfield apparatus works of Ihe GE. He was a communicant if St Mary's C h u r c h , Lee. \ 01 s are his widow, the former- Mary Mooney. three other brothers, brothers, Edward D , of Baltimore, Francis P., and John and two sisters, the Misses Catherine and Dellamore Devanny, all of Pittsfleld. The bodv rests at the Devanny F u n e r a l Home, w h e r e w i l l be held Tuesday morning followed at St Mary's Church, in with a high mass of requiem. Burial will be m St. Mary's Cemetery, Lee. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight, t o m o r r o Monday evening also tomorrow and Monday afternoons from 2 to 5.