Benjamin G. Sisson
1989 ∼ 2019
Jane Hopewood of Falmouth, MA wrote:
Jay, I am so sorry for your loss. I only hope that happy, joyful memories of Benn sustain you all.
Corinne of West Warwick RI wrote:
Benn was one of my first friends at Cataumet Preschool and will always hold a special place in my heart. Although we lost touch as we grew older, it was always so nice running into him. Things may change, but his kindness and sincerity never did. My deepest condolences to his entire family.
Suzanne Bolton of North Falmouth, MA wrote:
Jeanie, Jay, Katie and family, We are so sorry for your loss. We've known Benn for most of his life and he was such a wonderful person. We thought very highly of Benn. He will be missed by all. His memories will live forever in your hearts and in his children. Your friends, Suzanne, Hazel and Jackie
Donna Mahoney wrote:
Jeanie, I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of your son. Sending prayers and condolences to you and your family.
Bill & Maggie Morgan of Hatchville wrote:
Jay, Jeanie & Katie, Our deepest condolences on the loss of Benn. We have many fond memories of Benn that will continue to bring a smile to our face. May the love and support of family and friends help you through this utterly tragic loss. Forever in our thoughts and prayers.
Another Mother wrote:
Know many hearts hurt for you and your son and family ... there is no greater pain than losing your child .. From one mother to another who has lost a son to addiction.
Angelina Simmons of London, OH wrote:
Your loss has left us deeply saddened! Miss Bonnie always loved when the grandkids would come see her and Grandpa. May you find peace and comfort soon!
Amanda Williams of Indianapolis Indiana wrote:
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Benn. He was one of the very first people who welcomed me when I moved to Massachusetts. An absolutely amazing individual! Even though we had our differences back in the day we were able to make up later in life. I can't imagine what life will be like without him around. He was an amazing man and I'm absolutely sure an amazing brother, son, cousin, father and so much more! My thoughts are with his family and friends. He will be missed!
Julie Fawkes wrote:
Jay and family I am very sorry for your loss. Keep hold of all the memories and grieve how you need to.
Cindi DeCicco of Cataumet,MA wrote:
My heart is absolutely in pain for your family. I first met Ben in 2009 when he was friends with my daughter Marissa. I have experienced the same problems with my daughter. Often I would see Ben and have a great conversation and show how proud I was of him and offer encouragement. He would always have a great big hug for me and I will always remember that as he is so tall and I am very short. He always showed me respect and honesty no matter how hard it was to talk about things. I will miss him.
Ellen Brodsky of EAST FALMOUTH wrote:
So sorry for your loss.
Bob Sanker of Mashpee, MA wrote:
It was very evident the day Benn first walked into the Carpenter Shop to begin work at WHOI that we all had gained a very special friend. I first remember the quick and genuine smile that would warm up a room. And I remember that whenever Benn was mentioned, the group broke into smile. Benn was a very hard worker; resolute and fearless. He took on all assignments with confidence, even if the job entailed something he was not familiar with. I know Craig and Damon felt the same way about Benn's nature. And somewhere there are three amigos reunited in a very harmonious place.
Janet and Bob Fredericks of Longmont CO wrote:
A vibrant, young man - son, brother - husband, father taken from us. We grieve with you at the untimely, sudden loss. His struggle is over. If there is anything we can do let us know.