|Death: ||Sep. 17, 1988|
The funeral for Felix A. Beauchesne, 30, of Rod and Gun Club Road, Shaftsbury, Vt., formerly of Montague and Granby, who died Saturday in a plane crash on Mount Greylock, will be Friday at Czelusniak Funeral Home and in St. Valentine's Church.
Burial will be in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Hatfield.
He had worked 10 years as a supervisor for U.S.T. Sprockets and Rollers Co. of Bennington, Vt., and was owner of the Village Carriage of Manchester, Vt.
Born in Montague, he moved to Granby and attended schools there, moving to Shaftsbury 10 years ago.
He leaves his wife, the former Katherine Ciszewski, a Hatfield native; a son, Felix A. Jr., and a daughter, Heather Beauchesne, both at home; his father, Felix L. Beauchesne of Montague; three brothers, Owen of Nashville, Tenn., and Thomas and Rodney, both of Montague; two half-brothers, Dale of Greenfield and Duane of Turners Falls; two sisters, Cynthia Nickerson of North Hatfield and Sheree Lawyer of Shoemakersville, Pa.; and his foster mother, Rose Letendre of Granby.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Bureau for Exceptional Children and Adults, Therapeutic Equestrian Center, P.O. Box 1039, Holyoke, 01040. Published in the Springfield Republican
Holy Trinity Cemetery
Created by: Beckie Cross
Record added: Feb 09, 2011
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