Stanetsky Memorial Chapels

475 Washington Street, Canton, MA


Gary Michael Feldman

August 12, 1984November 4, 2019

Gary Michael Feldman of Valley Cottage, NY formerly of Boston, MA, entered into rest on Monday, November 4, 2019 at the age of 35.

Beloved husband of Stephanie (Rice) Feldman. Dear son of the late Mark Roy Feldman and Shari (Stone) Porter and her husband Stan. Cherished grandson of Renee Stone Heifetz. Loving brother of Michelle Feldman and stepbrother to Scott and Jessica Porter. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, November 7th at 1:30 PM at Stanetsky Memorial Chapel, 475 Washington Street, Canton, MA with burial to follow at Sharon Memorial Park, Sharon, MA.

Memorial observance will take place at Sheraton Four Points in Norwood, MA on Thursday following the burial from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM then continuing at the home of Barbara and Alan Rice in New City, New York from 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM on Saturday, November 9th and Sunday, November 10th.


  • Funeral Service Thursday, November 7, 2019
  • Burial Thursday, November 7, 2019


Gary Michael Feldman

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Aron Parisi

November 10, 2019

I’ve thought long and hard about what to say about you. That’s probably why it’s taken me so long to put something up here. What I realized is that there are literally no words to express a lifetime of memories with you.

You were my best friend since we were what, 4? 6 years old? That’s nearly 30 years of friendship, and though there was a falter somewhere more recent, we were able to reconcile. I thought I had more for that thought but it means everything that we made up. It just wasn’t the same without you, and I suppose it still won’t be.

You are the reason I’m Squish to your Mush. You’ll forever be my tag-team partner, Squish and Silent Gary. My Herero-life mate. The Lollipop Bros. Eating pretzel rods and playing computer games on your Mac. Or sitting playing 4-person Halo multiplayer on two floors of your house.

You were more than a best friend. You were my brother. I love you, man, and I always will. I will miss you.

Sascha Elfassy

November 7, 2019

Gary made me laugh from the moment I met him. We met at the airport about to board our flight to Israel for birthright. He sat there with a toy turtle on his head and began making us laugh instantly. This laughter would continue for the entire trip. He was unapologetically himself and it inspired and still inspires me. He quickly became everyone’s favourite person on the trip, I can easily say that. Gary kept in touch with myself and members of our group, he was easy going and genuine in that way. I witnessed his love for his beautiful amazing wife Stephanie.... the definition of true love. My heart goes out to his family.... I wrote this so they know how much Gary touched my life and I will be eternally grateful.

Marsha McKeever

November 6, 2019

Gary and I became friends at the Congers Dog Park--he was a true friend to our elderly dogs Mocha and Minnie and our younger dog Kenzi. Mocha and I just returned from the dog park this morning so sad that we won't get to see our dear friend, Gary again. I always enjoyed our chats there and just can't believe he's gone. A truly kind soul who cared deeply about his family, his job, and of course, his sweet dog, Dash.

Andrea Groccia

November 6, 2019

I never had the chance to get to know Gary. We worked at the same organization, and he always had a such a pleasant and upbeat disposition. Gary always said hello to me and it would have been nice to get to know him better.

I am deeply saddened to hear about his passing and my thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

Marie Fay-O'Donnell

November 5, 2019

Gary and I became friends through free poker. I then met his lovely wife Stephanie and their great dog Dash, as I am a trainer and there were looking for some guidance. He was a terrific man and I will miss him

Sharon & John Parisi

November 5, 2019

I knew Gary since he was four years old. I remember Aron and him playing on the floor of his bedroom. I remember his laughter and funny jokes. The times he slept over. He was a true friend to our son.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Sharon & John

Darryl Foster

November 5, 2019

I am shocked and saddened by this. Gary and I went to New England Tech together and he was always funny and kind. We shared a love of Sci-Fi and dogs. Way too young to be taken from us. Thoughts and prayers are with Gary and his family.

A Izzo

November 5, 2019

Sorry to hear about Gary.

Daddy will take good care of him

Rest in Peace

Judy,Amy and Jimmy Izzo

Jeanette “Jett” Osteen

November 5, 2019

My Pirate Partner, you are such a good man, you will be missed for sure! RIP my friend!

Randy Wayne

November 5, 2019

You were the best and only bruncle ever and we will miss you so much!