Daniel J. Weston

1977 ∼ 2019

Daniel J. Weston

WAREHAM – Daniel “Danny” James Weston, 41, of Wareham, died unexpectedly on April 2, 2019 at home.

He was born in Falmouth and lived most of his life in Buzzards Bay.

He graduated from Bourne High School and attended Vermont Technical College.

Danny worked as a carpenter in the area for many years. Things he enjoyed were fishing and hunting, making birdhouses and bird feeders, working on his family’s cranberry bogs. He loved to cook and put his own twist on recipes and share them with those he loved.  He absolutely loved animals especially his beloved bulldog, Chester.

Danny enjoyed spending time with his loving family and friends. Survivors include his parents, Larry E. and Brenda L. (Ellis) Weston of Buzzards Bay; his sister and brother-in law, Rebecca and Bruce Silverbrand and his sister, Elizabeth Laplante all of Buzzards Bay; his brother, Larry Edward “Eddie” Weston, Jr.  of Plymouth; 2 nieces, Samantha and Sabrina Silverbrand; his life partner and soulmate, Renee Visconti of Wareham.  For those who knew Danny well, we will always remember him for his big heart, sense of humor and the good person he was.  He will forever be in our hearts and deeply and sadly missed by all.

A Celebration of Life will be held in his honor at the Ellis/Weston property at Herring Pond on July 20th, 2019 at 1:00PM (rain date 7/21 at 1PM).

Celebration of Life at the Ellis/Weston property at Herring Pond

Saturday, July 20, 2019 | 1:00 PM

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Daniel J. Weston

1977 ∼ 2019

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