South Deerfield MA Funeral Homes

South Deerfield MA funeral homes provide local funeral services. Find more information about Drozdal Funeral Home by clicking on each funeral home listing. Send funeral flower arrangements to any South Deerfield funeral home delivered by our trusted local florist.

funeral flowers

Funeral Flowers

Express your deepest sympathies - send beautiful flowers today!

sympathy roses

Sympathy Roses

Give comfort and loving support — order a delivery today!

funeral standing sprays
$20 OFF

Standing Sprays

Heart-felt tributes to honor a dear friend or loved one who has passed away

Drozdal Funeral Home

29 Elm Circle
South Deerfield, MA 01373
(413) 665-7608
Drozdal Funeral Home funeral flowers

Wrisley Funeral Home

90 Sugarloaf Street
South Deerfield, MA 01373
(413) 665-4046
Wrisley Funeral Home funeral flowers

South Deerfield MA Obituaries and Death Notices

Blessing of motorcycles set for Sunday in South Deerfield - MassLive.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

The Knights of Columbus at Holy Family Church is sponsoring a blessing of the motorcycles Sunday at Wrisley Funeral Home on 90 Sugarloaf St. in South Deerfield. (Republican file)DEERFIELD &#8212 The Knights of Columbus at Holy Family Church is sponsoring a blessing of the motorcycles Sunday at Wrisley Funeral Home on 90 Sugarloaf St. in South Deerfield.Registration, costing $20, starts at 9 a.m. The blessing will be held before the 10 a.m. ride along a set course, said Rick Foley, incoming deputy grand knight. After the ride, which takes about two hours, motorcyclists will meet at Holy Family Church at 29 Sugar Loaf St. for rally featuring barbecue and raffles, he said.

Car crash linked to Friday's I-91 fatal - The Republican - MassLive.com

Monday, October 31, 2016

Center Street.Staelens was trapped inside his cab on I-91, but finally freed himself. He died of his burns that night at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.Wrisley Funeral Home in South Deerfield is handling the arrangements for Staelens' funeral, but final arrangements were not completed earlier today.State police filed paperwork in Chicopee District Court today to summon Victor Aponte, 35, of Holyoke, to face charges of negligent motor vehicle homicide, operating to endanger and failure to stay within marked lanes in connection with the Friday accident. No date has been set for a court hearing on the matter.Aponte was driving a 1995 Subaru Impreza when he was entering I-91 from Interstate 391. State police said Aponte lost control of the car and went across the roadway, striking another car that was traveling in front of Staelens. Staelens then struck the Subaru and went off the roadway. Another car also struck the Subaru. A passenger in the Subaru sustained minor injuries.The accident caused 9,600 gallons of gasoline and 1,000 gallons of diesel fuel to spill onto the highway and into surrounding soil and the nearby Connecticut River. The fuel cleanup continued throughout the weekend and into yesterday.The state Department of Environmental Protection is overseeing the cleanup. Spokeswoman Eva V. Tor said the tanker company, P.S. Marston Associates Inc. of North Hampton, N.H., is paying for the cleanup and has hired Clean Harbors Environmental Services Inc., of Norwell, to do the job.Marston Associates is the owner of Abenaqui Carriers, the company Staelens worked for.Workers were on the scene today. Booms have been placed in the Connecticut River to soak up the fuel."They've been effective in catching any gasoline that's made its way to the river," Tor said. "There's a minor sheen within that boom area."Tor said she did not have an estimate of how many gallons of fuel might have leaked into the river or how much the cleanup will cost. But, she said, "We didn't observe a great deal of gasoline going into the river."Soil in the area has been covered with a water-proof and vapor-proof barrier to contain the fuel."A lot of the cleanup has been done. It's primarily addressing the soil cleanup (now)," she said. "The spill could have been much worse."Holly Angelo can be reached at hangelo@repub.com and George Graham can be reached at ggraham@repub.com...

Deerfield farmer remembered for corn production, focus on family - The Recorder

Monday, August 22, 2016

Frank built up there,” Nicole Ciesluk said. “It will be one proud moment for him up in the sky.”Calling hours will be today from 4 to 7 p.m. at Wrisley Funeral Home at 90 Sugarloaf St. in South Deerfield. The funeral will be Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.

Funeral Home Flowers

South Deerfield News

Blessing of motorcycles set for Sunday in South Deerfield - MassLive.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

The Knights of Columbus at Holy Family Church is sponsoring a blessing of the motorcycles Sunday at Wrisley Funeral Home on 90 Sugarloaf St. in South Deerfield. (Republican file)DEERFIELD &#8212 The Knights of Columbus at Holy Family Church is sponsoring a blessing of the motorcycles Sunday at Wrisley Funeral Home on 90 Sugarloaf St. in South Deerfield.Registration, costing $20, starts at 9 a.m. The blessing will be held before the 10 a.m. ride along a set course, said Rick Foley, incoming deputy grand knight. After the ride, which takes about two hours, motorcyclists will meet at Holy Family Church at 29 Sugar Loaf St. for rally featuring barbecue and raffles, he said.

Car crash linked to Friday's I-91 fatal - The Republican - MassLive.com

Monday, October 31, 2016

Center Street.Staelens was trapped inside his cab on I-91, but finally freed himself. He died of his burns that night at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.Wrisley Funeral Home in South Deerfield is handling the arrangements for Staelens' funeral, but final arrangements were not completed earlier today.State police filed paperwork in Chicopee District Court today to summon Victor Aponte, 35, of Holyoke, to face charges of negligent motor vehicle homicide, operating to endanger and failure to stay within marked lanes in connection with the Friday accident. No date has been set for a court hearing on the matter.Aponte was driving a 1995 Subaru Impreza when he was entering I-91 from Interstate 391. State police said Aponte lost control of the car and went across the roadway, striking another car that was traveling in front of Staelens. Staelens then struck the Subaru and went off the roadway. Another car also struck the Subaru. A passenger in the Subaru sustained minor injuries.The accident caused 9,600 gallons of gasoline and 1,000 gallons of diesel fuel to spill onto the highway and into surrounding soil and the nearby Connecticut River. The fuel cleanup continued throughout the weekend and into yesterday.The state Department of Environmental Protection is overseeing the cleanup. Spokeswoman Eva V. Tor said the tanker company, P.S. Marston Associates Inc. of North Hampton, N.H., is paying for the cleanup and has hired Clean Harbors Environmental Services Inc., of Norwell, to do the job.Marston Associates is the owner of Abenaqui Carriers, the company Staelens worked for.Workers were on the scene today. Booms have been placed in the Connecticut River to soak up the fuel."They've been effective in catching any gasoline that's made its way to the river," Tor said. "There's a minor sheen within that boom area."Tor said she did not have an estimate of how many gallons of fuel might have leaked into the river or how much the cleanup will cost. But, she said, "We didn't observe a great deal of gasoline going into the river."Soil in the area has been covered with a water-proof and vapor-proof barrier to contain the fuel."A lot of the cleanup has been done. It's primarily addressing the soil cleanup (now)," she said. "The spill could have been much worse."Holly Angelo can be reached at hangelo@repub.com and George Graham can be reached at ggraham@repub.com...

Deerfield farmer remembered for corn production, focus on family - The Recorder

Monday, August 22, 2016

Frank built up there,” Nicole Ciesluk said. “It will be one proud moment for him up in the sky.”Calling hours will be today from 4 to 7 p.m. at Wrisley Funeral Home at 90 Sugarloaf St. in South Deerfield. The funeral will be Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.