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Ray Ellerbrook Dies

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Ray Ellerbrook Dies

{Northampton) – Ray Ellerbrook had many titles in his lifetime: Star UMass basketball and baseball player….Longtime director of the Northampton Recreation Department…Manager of Look Park…Husband, father and grandfather. Ellerbrook has died at 65 after a long battle with cancer. He passed away at his home in Florence Wednesday night with his family by his side. Calling hours for Ray Ellerbrook will be Sunday from 1 to 5 at Czelusniak Funeral Home on North Street. A celebration of Ellerbrook’s life will be held Monday morning at the Ray Ellerbrook Athletic Fields on Burts Pit Road.

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