Community, family mourn loss of 'biggest advocate'


Irene Jester "was never at a loss for words," said former Greenfield Mayor Rodney Fleming. The former city council member was also known as a good listener who could get along with anyone. (File photo)

GREENFIELD — If there’s one thing Irene Jester was never at a loss for, it was words.

The community volunteer and former city council member remembered for her caring love for others and her knack for gab died Tuesday morning. She was 75.

“She was absolutely tuned in to the city of Greenfield,” said Kelly McClarnon, who served alongside Jester on the city council from 2000 to 2004.

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