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Obituary: Blake R. Gould, 1947-2014, Elmore 

Published September 2, 2014 at 4:00 a.m.

Blake R. Gould
  • Blake R. Gould

Blake R. Gould, 67, of Elmore passed away at his home Wednesday, August 20, 2014. He was born August 6, 1947 in Hardwick, the son of Philip B. and Maxine Finnemore Gould.

After graduating from Amherst College, Blake then pursued studies in Holistic Medicine, living for two years in Japan to learn his trade. He continued to be an academic his entire life, constantly learning and imparting his wisdom on his family, friends, and clients. He maintained the business North Star Healthcare for over thirty years where he helped a vast number of people heal physically, mentally and spiritually.

On summer days when Blake was not busy working you would be sure to find him in his garden tending to the twenty eight raised beds. Cold winter days were spent in his library.

Blake was so much to so many - a grandpa, dad, counselor and friend.

He was pre-deceased by his parents and by Laura Gould, the mother of his children. He is survived by daughter Blythe Gould and her husband Douglas Price, of Cumberland Rhode Island, and their children Emma and Wesley; daughter Grace Kiel and her husband Sean Kiel of Mar Vista, California, and their daughters Helena and Freja; and son Benjamin Gould, of Elmore, Vermont. He is also survived by his sister Carol Jaeger, and brothers Brent Gould and Jon Gould.

The Funeral will take place at 2:00pm on Saturday September 20th at the First Congregational Church, 85 Upper Main Street in Morrisville. Visiting hour to follow.

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