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    Ray Berthelette, father of Nolan Berthelette, speaks during a candlelight vigil for his late son during a vigil attended by hundreds of friends and classmates in Pittsfield on Monday.

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    Classmates and friends of Nolan Berthelette assemble around a fence with the name Nolan and a heart erected for the Pittsfield teenager prior to a well-attended vigil for the boy who unexpectantly passed away last week from a brain aneurysm.

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    Laurie Logiodice hangs orange balloons Monday with her daughter Kayla outside their home in Pittsfield. The balloons are for Nolan Berthelette, who died Friday of a brain aneurysm.

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    Friends arrive Monday at the home of Nolan Berthelette in Pittsfield, which has been decorated with orange ribbons and posters in memory of the 14-year-old, who died Friday of a brain aneurysm.

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    Nolan Berthelette, 14, of Pittsfield, who died unexpectedly over the weekend, was known for his love of bright orange, as suggested by the bow tie he wore in this photograph.

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    Friends of Nolan Berthelette speak on Monday at Warsaw School in Pittsfield about his death Friday. The town and his home have been decorated with orange ribbons and balloons in remembrance of the student. Speaking, from left, are Devon Varney, Nikki Stewart, Meghan Cookson and Lance Michaud, wearing a shirt depicting Berthelette playing a guitar.

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    An orange image of 14-year-old Nolan Berthelette playing a guitar is on one of six T-shirts that will be given to the Berthelette family, of Pittsfield, in memory of the boy, who died last Friday.

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