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BROOKS, Wesley W. Of Dedham, August 13. Research Professor of Medicine at the VA Hospital, Dedham. Beloved husband of Louise V. Brooks. Devoted father of Justin M. Brooks, Ryan W. Brooks and his wife Micha all of Dedham. Brother of Kerrie Brooks Sellars of Stoughton. Funeral Service in the George F. Doherty and Sons, Wilson-Canon Funeral Home, 456 High St., DEDHAM, Monday at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visitation prior to service from 10am to 11 am. Interment private. Expressions of sympathy may be made in Wesley's memory to the Dedham Shelter Pine Ridge Pet Cemetery, 55 Anna's Place, Dedham, MA. 02026. For directions and guestbook www.gfdoherty.com

George F. Doherty and Sons

Dedham, 781-326-0500

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Published in Boston Globe from Aug. 14 to Aug. 16, 2015.
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August 18, 2015
Louise> Justin & Ryan...our deepest sympathy to you all...we will always remember him coaching and watching you both at the Pool...Ju Ju, the Clippers Staff and Dedham Recreation..
August 17, 2015
Louise, my deepest sympathy to you and your sons. Wes, indeed was a good and very intelligent man. If there's anything you guys need please don't hesitate to ask me, Simone and/or Anthony.
Jim Del Monaco
August 16, 2015
Louise, I am so sorry for your loss.
John Donnelly
John Donnelly
August 16, 2015
Joanne Dempsey
August 15, 2015
My condolences to all the family and friends of Wes. I hope you all find peace as you work thru this difficult time.
Mike Sellars
Mike Sellars
August 15, 2015
Wes lived next door to my family in Dedham for 30 years, and we will always remember him as a wonderful neighbor and friend. Wes was a good man,and he loved his family and his dog Maggie very much. May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Maureen Daly
August 15, 2015
the smiling angel of Reims
I grew up with Wes---his was 3 houses down on Ewing Drive...we shared friendship with Rodger Buffman down the street as well as the neighborhood gang of WW II baby boom boys. Wes was a good kid (compared to most of us) with fairly conservative tastes, and he was a formidible pitcher on our pony league team. He was a somewhat legendary wildman behind the wheel, but I suspect that was "inspired by a true story" involving more adventure than danger.
I do recall Rodger down the street was amazed and somewhat resentful that Wes had beautiful straight white teeth---Rodger had braces he regularly challenged with Tootsie Rolls, and it was not a fair fight.
Wes was a good kid and a good man, no doubt. God be good to him and a comfort in your loss.
Dana Clancy
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