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Remembering those who died

  • CAROL LOLLIS<br/>Norma Palazzo, the Spiritual Bereavement counselor at the Hospice of the Fisher Home in Amherst, releases butterflys with front left, Gordon Cahill, of Florence, Teagan Barry, of Hadley and front right, Caetlin Lawler during a ceremony  at the Fisher HomeSaturday, where the butterflys were released in honor of those who passed away over the last year.<br/> <br/><br/><br/><br/><br/>CAROL LOLLIS

    CAROL LOLLIS
    Norma Palazzo, the Spiritual Bereavement counselor at the Hospice of the Fisher Home in Amherst, releases butterflys with front left, Gordon Cahill, of Florence, Teagan Barry, of Hadley and front right, Caetlin Lawler during a ceremony at the Fisher HomeSaturday, where the butterflys were released in honor of those who passed away over the last year.





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  • Teagan Barry, of Hadley waits for the butterfly to take off that landed on her arm while left, Anna Lawler,4, and Caetlin Lawer,6, watch during a ceremony  at the Fisher Home where the butterfly's were released in honor of those who passed away over the last year. <br/><br/><br/>CAROL LOLLIS

    Teagan Barry, of Hadley waits for the butterfly to take off that landed on her arm while left, Anna Lawler,4, and Caetlin Lawer,6, watch during a ceremony at the Fisher Home where the butterfly's were released in honor of those who passed away over the last year.


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  • CAROL LOLLIS<br/><br/>Remembering friends<br/><br/>Karen Howery, an administrative assistant at the Fisher Home, takes a turn reading names of those who had passed away over the last year during a ceremony for friends and family Saturday afternoon in Amherst. <br/><br/><br/>CAROL LOLLIS

    CAROL LOLLIS

    Remembering friends

    Karen Howery, an administrative assistant at the Fisher Home, takes a turn reading names of those who had passed away over the last year during a ceremony for friends and family Saturday afternoon in Amherst.


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  • CAROL LOLLIS<br/>Norma Palazzo, the Spiritual Bereavement counselor at the Hospice of the Fisher Home in Amherst, releases butterflys with front left, Gordon Cahill, of Florence, Teagan Barry, of Hadley and front right, Caetlin Lawler during a ceremony  at the Fisher HomeSaturday, where the butterflys were released in honor of those who passed away over the last year.<br/> <br/><br/><br/><br/><br/>CAROL LOLLIS
  • Teagan Barry, of Hadley waits for the butterfly to take off that landed on her arm while left, Anna Lawler,4, and Caetlin Lawer,6, watch during a ceremony  at the Fisher Home where the butterfly's were released in honor of those who passed away over the last year. <br/><br/><br/>CAROL LOLLIS
  • CAROL LOLLIS<br/><br/>Remembering friends<br/><br/>Karen Howery, an administrative assistant at the Fisher Home, takes a turn reading names of those who had passed away over the last year during a ceremony for friends and family Saturday afternoon in Amherst. <br/><br/><br/>CAROL LOLLIS
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