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Curran-Jones Funeral Home

109 Main Street
West Springfield, MA 01089
(413) 781-7766
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St Thomas Cemetery

47 Pine Street
West Springfield, MA 01089
(413) 736-2334
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Toomey-O'brien Funeral Home

1043 Westfield Street
West Springfield, MA 01089
(413) 732-2278
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DPW crews from region to join funeral procession of Warren Cowles, Longmeadow foreman killed by train - MassLive.com

Monday, March 27, 2017

DPW foreman Warren Cowles, who was killed last week when his snowplow was struck by a train.Warren CowlesSubmitted photo The funeral for Cowles will be 11 a.m. at Curran Funeral Home, 109 Main St., West Springfield. Burial is to follow at St. Mary's Cemetery in Westfield.The New England chapter of the American Public Works Association said that chapter members and DPW crews from severla communities will take part in the motorcade to honor Cowles. Participants will be dressed in florescent yellow safety gear."We will line the streets with public works employees dressed in their yellow safety jackets and provide a fleet of trucks to follow the funeral procession as a tribute to Warren and his family," said Needham Public Works Director, Richard Merson, past president of the New England chapter of the American Public Works Association (NEAPWA).  Cowles, 59, of Longmeadow was killed March 14 in a collision between his snowplow and an Amtrak train on Birnie Road. Cowles was plowing the road at the time and he backed into the path of the oncoming train.

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DPW crews from region to join funeral procession of Warren Cowles, Longmeadow foreman killed by train - MassLive.com

Monday, March 27, 2017

DPW foreman Warren Cowles, who was killed last week when his snowplow was struck by a train.Warren CowlesSubmitted photo The funeral for Cowles will be 11 a.m. at Curran Funeral Home, 109 Main St., West Springfield. Burial is to follow at St. Mary's Cemetery in Westfield.The New England chapter of the American Public Works Association said that chapter members and DPW crews from severla communities will take part in the motorcade to honor Cowles. Participants will be dressed in florescent yellow safety gear."We will line the streets with public works employees dressed in their yellow safety jackets and provide a fleet of trucks to follow the funeral procession as a tribute to Warren and his family," said Needham Public Works Director, Richard Merson, past president of the New England chapter of the American Public Works Association (NEAPWA).  Cowles, 59, of Longmeadow was killed March 14 in a collision between his snowplow and an Amtrak train on Birnie Road. Cowles was plowing the road at the time and he backed into the path of the oncoming train.