David B. Weiner MD

May 28, 1928April 19, 2021

David B. Weiner, M.D., of Hingham (Linden Ponds) formerly resided many years in both Randolph and Plymouth, MA, succumbed to renal cancer, metastatic disease complications at age 92 years.

Devoted husband of 66 years of the late Ruth G. Weiner. Cherished father of Laura J. Weiner & Marsha S. Weiner and her partner Howie Simons. Loving grandfather to Erik Steinman & fiance’ Korina, Joshua Steinman & fiance’ Jenna, & Jason Weiner-Voss, and great grandfather to Grace & Jade. Son of the late Dr. Sidney H. & Alice M. Weiner and brother of the late Herbert J. Weiner.

Grew up in Roxbury, MA. Graduated from Boston English High (’45) - BS from UNH (’48) – Tufts Medical (’52). Enlisted in US Navy in 1952 as LTJG intern at Chelsea Naval Hospital and spent 2 additional years in USN as Medical Officer to MCB#4 (Seabees) – Korean War veteran.

He enjoyed playing tennis (White Cliffs), loved gardening, swimming, and boating on Great Herring Pond, where the family converted their summer cottage to a comfortable year round retirement home (where great memories were made).He also enjoyed folk music, classical music and attending concerts.

Memorial service will be held at Stanetsky Memorial Chapel, 475 Washington Street, Canton, MA on Thursday, April 22nd at 11:00 AM. Shiva immediately following.

Expressions of sympathy may be made to a charity of choice.

Due to the current restrictions, attendance at the service will be limited. The service will be livestreamed at the following link:


  • Memorial Service

    Thursday, April 22, 2021



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Daniel Walker

April 25, 2021

My condolences to Dr Weiner’s family. Dr Weiner was my pediatrician many many years ago. I had bad asthma and still can remember him making house calls for me and my siblings. He would even see us well into our twenties for small things. To share a funny story my brother Mike went to see him for a wart removal. My brother was twenty something and taller than six feet. After giving him the Novocain he left Mike in the room until it started to work. Well my brother fainted and blocked the door to the room. With a chuckle Dr Weiner said to him it’s always the big ones, that’s why I am a pediatrician. I never knew a more kinder sole. He is in my prayers.