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Alice E (Boutwell) Hall

July 13, 1962 ~ May 4, 2018 (age 55)

Heaven received another Angel, Alice E. (Boutwell) Hall, who died peacefully surround by loved ones Friday, May 4, 2018 after a long courageous battle with Pancreatic Cancer. Alice was born July 13, 1962 in Pittsfield, a daughter of the late Floyd E. Boutwell and Alice E. Boutwell, and she attended Lenox public schools.
Alice dedicated many years of her life as a Certified Nursing Assistant, where she worked as a caregiver at various assisted living facilities. She loved animals and especially horses. She also enjoyed traveling with her husband, country music, and going to concerts and horseracing, whether it was going to the track or just betting on them. Alice was loved by everyone, for her compassion and generousness and she truly had a heart of gold.
Alice leaves her husband and soul-mate, Richard G. Hall, whom she was happily married to for 18 years, a brother, Walter A. Boutwell, two nieces, Juanita Colletta and her husband Peter, and Rhonda Hoisington, four nephews, Charlie Davis and his wife Karen, Philip Davis, Nicholas Pomeroy and Matthew Pomeroy. She also leaves two sisters-in-law, Colleen Pomeroy and her husband Glen, and Karen Hall, and her father-in-law, Richard J. Hall. Besides her parents, Alice was predeceased by two brothers, Chester Palmer Jr. and Hanley Palmer Sr., a sister Elizabeth Hoisington and her mother-in-law Judith Hall.
Alice's family would like to extend special thanks to Dr. DeLeo and his wonderful care team throughout Alice's battle and to Hospice Care in the Berkshires for their extraordinary support and compassion.
SERVICES: Calling Hours for Alice will be Monday, May 7th from 4-8PM at the DEVANNY-CONDRON FUNERAL HOME. Funeral Services will be Tuesday, May 8th at Noon Time at the Funeral Home celebrated by Rev. Christopher A. Malatesta, pastor of St. Agnes Church, and Rev. A. Peter Gregory, Pastor Emeritus of St. Charles Church, con- celebrating. Burial will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network or Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, in care of the Funeral Home. 

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