April 17, 1982 – September 14, 2020
Tristan Feldman of Waltham, Massachusetts, 38, passed away unexpectedly in his home on September 14, 2020. Born and raised in Peabody, he was the beloved son of Lynne Feldman and the loving brother of Rebecca Gear. He was predeceased by his grampy, Marvin Feldman and his faithful companion, Lucid.
Tristan attended Peabody public schools and graduated from PVMHS, class of 2000. For most of his life, Tristan worked in the restaurant industry all over the north shore. He dreamt of someday working with animals. He loved listening to music loudly, researching science, going fishing, and astronomy. Tristan is best known for his witty sense of humor and his big, loving heart. Tristan loved his friends but most of all he adored his family.
Besides his mother and sister, he was survived by his many cousins, Aunts, and an Uncle.
Due to regulation imposed by the Coronavirus pandemic services are private. Friends and family are invited to his mother’s home to share their condolences and celebrate his life on September 21st at 3 PM.
In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in Tristan’s memory to Right Turn, 440 Arsenal St., Watertown, MA 02472.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
September 23, 2020
My condolences in the passing of Tristan and God bless his family in times like this..My memories of Tristan was his witty sense of humor which he would always put a smile on my face and his big heart which he was generous to give. May God watch over you.
September 21, 2020
Tristan was a truly sweet man, I really adored him from the moment we met. I am praying for his mom and sister, I know how much he truly loved them both.
R.I.P Tristan ❤️
September 20, 2020
I've known Tristan for many years through my daughter. He was a kind and sweet guy. Always smiling when you saw him. Hard worker never known him to not work. He was a true friend to those who knew him. He will be sadly missed by so many people
September 16, 2020
I worked alongside Tristan as a server at Rockafellas. I worked with him for about 2 and a half years, but it felt like I knew him much longer than that. Tristan was such a pleasure to work with. Knowing him was a pleasure. His sene of humor, the sarcasm we shared together, his singing throughout shifts, and his usual “thank you” followed by a big smile when someone told him he had a nice voice, are some of the few wonderful reasons why I enjoyed being in his company throughout the long tiring work days. I gave him rides home sometimes, and to the airport another time. He always offered to give me money for rides, even after working long hour days for that money he had well earned. Above all, I admire Tristan for the gentleman he was. From work, to brief after work hang outs, to car rides home, Tristan was always a gentleman to me, and to every woman I had seen him interact with. He was a kind hearted , tender soul. One of the great ones, whom I had the pleasure to know and spend many days and hours with. He was a hard worker too! I admired his work ethic and his dedication to the tiring job we worked together. My prayers and thoughts go out to his family during this time. God Bless.