Warren E. Dalton, Jr.

1965 ∼ 2019

Richard Gentile of South Yarmouth wrote:

My heart goes out to His Kids, Family and Loved ones. He was a Great Guy and friend that I will truly Miss.

Leane Blethen of SC wrote:

I’m so sorry for your lost

Angelo Amico & Family of Reading Mass. wrote:

My families sympathy and deepest condolences to your family. Rest in peace old friend

Anne Banfield of Wells, ME wrote:

I’m so very sorry to learn of Warren’s passing. Too young, too soon. My heart goes out to family and dearest friends. RIP Warren D.

Tom Gorton of Nanning, China / Falmouth, MA wrote:

Warren was always a true gentleman and wonderfully helpful and friendly during his time with the Wood Lumber Company or during any meeting we would have outside of business hours. I hold a great deal of respect for him, as always. My deep condolences go to his family and friends.

Melissa Chamorro of New Bedford wrote:

My heart goes out to his family and his kids .He was a great person with a beautiful heart .My memories with him would forever be in my heart .Working for him for 7 years in Cobalt North was the best .He was the best Boss anybody could ever have that always treated us like family .I will always cherish that forever .You will be truly missed Warren.You will always be in my heart

Jen Lopes wrote:

R.I.P Warren May you fly high with the angels

Ryan Stulb of Brooklyn NY wrote:

Warren was a great example for me growing up as his neighbor. Always generous, always positive, hard working. I remember Warren and the whole family embraced my sister and I as family. I Could not have had a better neighbor growing up. My heart goes out to Deborah, Ryan, Samantha and Julia.

Rusty Karp of Falmouth ma wrote:

He was a great businessman and friend who will be deeply missed. My heart goes out to Deb and family on this sad day. Rusty and the Pinsonneault crew

Jeffery Knybel wrote:

Rest In Peace shipmate. I’ll always remember the good times we had on Westwind. Condolences to the family.

Marina Kubicek of Forest Hills, NY wrote:

My deepest condolences to the whole family. I am so sorry for your loss!

Alyson Rando of Cataumet wrote:

In this age of texting, Facebook, Instagram and other social media, it is inconceivably difficult to surrender the ability to impulsively chat with a friend and revel in their accomplishments and pursuits. Comprehending that I cannot reach out to Warren, instantaneously, has been a struggle in the past few days… Originally, Warren and I became friends in the late 80’s and, although our lives took different paths, we always remained friends. I was fortunate to enjoy some super fun escapades with Warren, as all of us know how happy he would be to participate in any sort of adventure at a moment’s notice! No matter the season, we would look forward to full moon kayaking, hiking, day and night, in all sorts of weather, and numerous fast and furious motorcycle rides. I am blessed beyond words to have so many happy memories of our friendship and to have seen Warren at his best, enjoying all of the simple day to day beauty around him! As I reminisce, I can’t help but to recall numerous stories he shared with me about the adventures he enjoyed with his children, family, and friends; he cherished them so much and was full of sincere gratitude and love for everyone in his life! My heart aches for the grief that all who loved him are going through. On my next Long Pond hike, I will be sure to stop at “Gratitude Rock”, as named by Warren, and recite the “10 things I am thankful for”; the first being that I had the pleasure of sharing time with a genuine, bright, kind, and adventurous spirit; Warren Dalton you will be desperately missed….. My sincerest condolences….

Ingrid of Key Largo, FL wrote:

Our hearts break for you. Warren was an amazing man. May you hold your memories close to your heart. Love, Ingrid, Brianna and Cody

Pamela Perry of Fairhaven wrote:

Warren will always be remembered as a friend who truly cared for others. Warren was always kind, personable and appreciative of everyone around him. I will miss Warren and his positive impact to the world. My condolences to Warren's beautiful family. Rest In Peace my friend.

Anne F Donovan of FALMOUTH wrote:

Deb and family, I am so very sorry to read about Warren's passing. Watching the video, I can see you have had a fun and loving years together. I hope those wonderful memories help you through this very sad time. Gone to soon.

Tim Lineaweaver of Woods Hole, MA wrote:

Thinking of you Daltons at this difficult time! I know how much Warren will be missed and I have fond memories of him! Very best wishes and healing vibes your way! From the Lineaweaver’s and Fernandes!!!

Brian and Marcy Yeager of Eliot, ME wrote:

We’re deeply saddened to hear of the unexpected passing of your brother. Our thoughts are with Dalton’s and his extended family. Thank you for his service.

Albert W Lenoir III of Wellfleet, MA wrote:

Dear Dalton family, Shocked & saddened by this sudden loss to your family. Although we grew apart in adulthood. In childhood, Warren was like a brother. Prayers & Blessings in this time of need. Love A Warren Lenoir III

Scott and Kim Muma of North Falmouth Massachusetts wrote:

We are so sorry!!! You are all in our prayer!!!! We are sending a lot of hugs and prayers your way

The Hunt Family Scott Lisa Jeremy Tyler of Bourne MA wrote:

Warren will be deeply missed. He truly was one of a kind. There are not words enough to express our sadness. He was a great leader and friend and it will never be the same. Our love and prayers to all of Warrens family and friends.

The Freeman Family of Falmouth, MA wrote:

We are so very sorry for your loss. We have very fond memories of good times together. He will surely be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. ❤️ Love, Todd, Nichole, TJ & Ann-Marie

Gene of Lincolton, nc wrote:

I'll see up there cuz.

Laura Docherty of North Falmouth, MA wrote:

Saddened to hear the loss of Warren. Thoughts and prayers to his family and all whose lives he touched.

Sara of Reading, Pa. wrote:

Gail Gillies Walsh of Orlando, FL wrote:

So sorry to hear of Warren's passing. It is so unexpected and such heartbreaking news. Our thoughts and prayers are with Deborah and the children, Jeannie, and the whole Dalton family. Love and hugs to you all! From the Gillies Girls (for those of you old enough to remember us) Sue Gillies Jenkins, Gail Gillies Walsh, Gigi Gillies Donahue, Sandy Gillies, and our families.

donna Clarkson Stone of east falmouth wrote:

Dear Julia I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad Let the wonderful memories hug you. Donna Stone. Jenna’s Noni

eric turkington of falmouth wrote:

I met Warren and Deborah in connection with the town's effort to save the Nimrod. His positive and caring attitude was great to work with -we knew that he cared and wanted to make it happen.It was a privilege to work with him and I was shocked and saddened to read of his passing.Sincere sympathy to his family and friends.He was a really good guy.

Bonnie and Jerry of Falmouth wrote:

Warren was such a wonderful man and although we didn't know him that well; the video shows what a fun loving man he was. We were impressed with his desire to save the Nimrod and knew from his other construction jobs that he would have done a great job! Sorry for your loss, he was way too young! Peace with you all. Bonnie, Jerry, Lynn, and Cathy O'Neill

Susan Lilly of Cotuit, MA wrote:

To Deb and Family, Kevin and I were so sorry to hear of the loss of Warren. All of our thoughts and prayers Susan and Kevin Lilly

Lauren LeComte of Wilton wrote:

I am so truly sorry for your loss. I only met Warren at Andrea and Walt's wedding, but I could tell he was a boisterous and kind soul (a Dalton quality). God Bless you all. My heart breaks for your family.