Elide Dassatti
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Elide Dassatti
Elide Dassatti
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READSBORO- Elide “Alice” (Comai) Dassatti, 91, of Readsboro, died Thursday, May 2, at the North Adams Regional Hospital. She was born in Readsboro on November 7, 1921, a daughter of the late Rodolfo and Enrica (Cristofolini) Comai. She attended school in Readsboro. She was employed at the Sprague Electric Company in North Adams and last employed at Vermont Hardwoods in Readsboro. She was a longtime active communicant of St. Joachim Church.

Her husband, Arthur James Dassatti, whom she married May 17, 1947 in St. Joachim Church, died December 23, 2009. Survivors include son, James A. Dassatti, of Readsboro; his former wife, Kathleen (O’Brien) Dassatti; one grandson, Stephen James Dassatti, and his wife Jennifer, of Yakima, WA; and two great-grandchildren, Helaina and Gabriel James Dassatti. She was predeceased by four brothers, Gino, Randolph, Rizieri, and Eligio Comai, and two sisters, Gemma Burdick and Avelina King.

A Liturgy of Christian Burial will take place Friday at 11 am at St. Joachim’s Church in Readsboro. Burial will follow in the Village Cemetery.

Calling hours at the Flynn and Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals, Central Chapels, 74 Marshall Street North Adams, MA, are Thursday from 4 to 7 pm. Memorial donations are suggested for St. Joachim Church through the funeral home. To send a card, flowers, gifts or a message please visit www.flynndagnolifuneralhomes.com.

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