In memory of
Bennett "Bud" August
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In memory of
Bennett "Bud" August
Bennett "Bud" August, 83, passed away Sunday December 2nd at Baystate Medical Center. He was the son of the late Raymond August and Minnette Swirsky. Bud graduated from Classical High School Class of 1953. He was a pharmacist for many years. After retiring as a pharmacist, Bud became active in Native American work and their life. He was very active in the Indian Arts and Crafts Assn., where he was also on their Board of Directors and a past vice-president. Bud started selling Native American pottery and jewelry with his business Southwest Indian Arts and Crafts. He was also involved at the JCC with the Green Theme Team, whose goal was to help work on the environment. Bud is survived by his wife of 61 years Judith (Goldstein) August of East Longmeadow, his four children Mitchell (Margaret Philips) August of Worcester, Richard August of Staatsburg, NY, Neil August of Beaverton, OR, and Jill (Nicholas) Carra of Feeding Hills, his six grandchildren Sydney and Madison Carra, Hannah and Hallie August, and Aaron (Kerry) August and Kayla (Zachary) August Marren, and his two great grandchildren Grant and Isabelle "Izzy" Marren. His graveside service will be Sunday December 8th at 11:00 AM at Sinai Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Foundation for TJO Animals, 66 Industry Ave., Springfield, MA 01104. For further information or directions, please visit ascherzimmerman.com .
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Springfield, MA 01108
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In memory of
Bennett "Bud" August
Bennett "Bud" August, 83, passed away Sunday December 2nd at Baystate Medical Center. He was the son of the late Raymond August and Minnette Swirsky. Bud graduated from Classical High School Class of 1953. He was a pharmacist for many years. After retiring as a pharmacist, Bud became active in Native American work and their life. He was very active in the Indian Arts and Crafts Assn., where he was also on their Board of Directors and a past vice-president. Bud started selling Native American pottery and jewelry with his business Southwest Indian Arts and Crafts. He was also involved at the JCC with the Green Theme Team, whose goal was to help work on the environment. Bud is survived by his wife of 61 years Judith (Goldstein) August of East Longmeadow, his four children Mitchell (Margaret Philips) August of Worcester, Richard August of Staatsburg, NY, Neil August of Beaverton, OR, and Jill (Nicholas) Carra of Feeding Hills, his six grandchildren Sydney and Madison Carra, Hannah and Hallie August, and Aaron (Kerry) August and Kayla (Zachary) August Marren, and his two great grandchildren Grant and Isabelle "Izzy" Marren. His graveside service will be Sunday December 8th at 11:00 AM at Sinai Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Foundation for TJO Animals, 66 Industry Ave., Springfield, MA 01104. For further information or directions, please visit ascherzimmerman.com .
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Services Provided By
Ascher Zimmerman Funeral Home, Inc
44 Sumner Avenue
Springfield, MA 01108
Past Services ╲╱
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