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DALTON, Kevin A. Age 60, unexpectedly, entered into eternal life on April 16, 2014. Kevin was born and grew up in Quincy and lived in Plymouth before moving to Sarasota, Florida in 1996. He graduated from St. Sebastians School in Newton, and St. Michaels College in Vermont. Mr. Dalton worked for Blue Cross Blue Shield and Bay State Health Company for over twenty years where he met his wife Mary. In Sarasota he was a real estate agent, most recently with the Re-Max Company. Kevin was an avid golfer at the Stoneybrook Country Club in Sarasota where he shot a hole in one. He will be remembered for his undying love of the Boston Red Sox, the N.E. Patriots, Boston Bruins and most recently the Tampa Rays. One of the highlights of his life was being present at Fenway Park for Carl Yastrzemskis 3000th hit and for Yazs induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame at Cooperstown. Gardening, cooking, sea cruises and trips to Sagamore Beach were among his greatest joys. Gifted with his sense of humor and outgoing personality, Kevin was blessed with many friends. Most of all, Kevin treasured sharing his life with his devoted wife Mary. He will be sorely missed by his family. Beloved husband of Mary (Wolanski) Dalton. Beloved son of Pearl (McDonnell) Dalton of Quincy and the late Dr. John T. Dalton. Beloved brother of Mollie Tucker and her husband Thomas of Hamilton, N.Y. Denise Dede Dalton-Martell and her husband Bob of Quincy, John T. Dalton Jr. and his wife Anne of Hingham, Lois Hamilton and her husband Mark of East Greenwich, R.I., Michael Dalton of Quincy. Loving uncle to Tom, Emily, Colleen, John, Christopher, Johanna, Mollie, Michael, Oliver, Hanna, and Beatrix. Funeral from the Clancy- Lucid Funeral Home, 100 Washington St., WEYMOUTH LANDING on Wednesday, April 30 at 9 am. Funeral Mass in St. John the Baptist Church, Quincy at 10 am. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Memorial visiting hours on Tuesday from 4 until 7:30 pm. Burial to follow in St. Mary Cemetery, West Quincy. If desired, donations may be made in his memory to Saint John the Baptist Church, 21 Gay St., Quincy, MA 02169 or to the Joseph Dalton Town of Weymouth Scholarship, Weymouth Scholarship Committee, 75 Middle St., Weymouth, MA 02189.
Published in The Boston Globe on Apr. 28, 2014
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