OBITUARY

Dr. Mark Weiner

May 27, 1955December 23, 2018

Dr. Mark Weiner of Sharon, MA entered into rest on December 23, 2018 at the age of 63.

Funeral services will be held at Stanetsky Memorial Chapel, 475 Washington Street, Canton, MA on Monday, December 24th at 9 AM, followed by burial at Sharon Memorial Park, Sharon, MA.

Shiva will be observed at his late residence as follows:

Monday: 1:30PM to 4:30PM and 7PM to 9 PM with Minyan services at 4PM.

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 9AM to 12 PM, 1:30PM to 4PM, 7PM to 9PM with Minyan services at 8AM and 4PM.

Friday: Minyan services only at 8AM (no visitation).

Donations in his memory may be made to support Brain Cancer Research at Dana-Farber Center for Neuro-Oncology, 450 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215, Attention: Patrick Yung Wen, M.D.

Services

  • Funeral Service Monday, December 24, 2018
  • Burial Monday, December 24, 2018
REMEMBERING

Dr. Mark Weiner

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Martin Bielawski

January 15, 2019

My best memory of Mark is that he was always smiling and was able to put his patients at ease. He often spoke about Hedy and his family because they were most important to him . He will be missed.

John Mancini

January 3, 2019

I met Mark at Direct tire as a customer and he was always very nice to me and my staff.
Over 15 years he became my friend and l looked forward to chatting with and hearing about his bicycle travels with Hedy. I will really miss him. I'm sorry I was away when he passed. It was a privilege to know you Mark.

Bill Wiener

December 26, 2018

My mother z’l used to baby sit Mark
My wife went to Shulamit in Brooklyn with his mother Shani z’l
The Weiners and Wieners summered in Onset
During Rosh Hashonah of Mark’s first year of medical school I noted the yom tovim
of his fourth year were on week days
I offered him a clinical clerkship in Neurology He loved it and in time joined
my Framingham group Living in Sharon was too much of a commute He wisely built a successful practice closer to home
When our Rehab unit needed a psychologist I told them to only interview Hedy She was a star from day one It came as no surprise to me that
Mark was able to diagnose his tumor from the way he walked
I so very much miss him
Bill Wiener

Martin Herskovitz

December 25, 2018

I received the mail from YU about Mark's passing. I went to YU with Mark but we did not stay in touch. I have fond memories of hanging out with "Schnitz" and playing floor hockey with him and his Maimonides gang: "Beam" Cohn, Judah Koolyk, Naty Katz, Zvi Friedman et al. Good times. I remember him as an easygoing friendly guy and I liked him alot. I am sure he was a treasured family member and will be missed. Yhi Zichro Baruch. Ha Makom Yinahem Etchem Im Shear Avelei Zion v'Yershalayim