Duckett Funeral Home of J.S. Waterman & Sons

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Neil D. Warrenbrand

September 1, 1955August 10, 2020

Neil D. Warrenbrand was born on September 1, 1955 and passed away on August 10, 2020 and is under the care of Duckett Funeral Home of J. S. Waterman.

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Joe Butler

September 15, 2020

To the Warrenbrand Family,
You have my deepest sympathies.
I've known Neil for more than thirty years as we both practiced in the Bankruptcy Court. He was a great attorney and always a pleasure to deal with. We had many conversations over the years about our families and I know that he was very proud of all of you.
He will be missed.
Joe Butler

Kenny Hiltz

September 3, 2020

To the Warrenbrands, You will be in our prayers. Kenny Hiltz

Jillian Kindlund

August 31, 2020

I'm so sorry to hear of your great loss. I didn't know Neil well, but I respected him. It's been 20 years since I've lived in the Boston area, we were fellow Bankruptcy colleagues. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.

Patrick Mead

August 30, 2020

To the Family of Neil Warrenbrand:

I first met Neil at a hearing before Judge Hillman at the Barnstable Town Hall in 2008. I was new to the bankruptcy field. He was experienced. He treated me with respect and was the utmost professional. Even though we were on opposite sides, he knew that I was new and treated me like an equal. A true professional and gentleman.

RIP Neil.
Warmest regards,

Patrick L. Mead

Lara Warrenbrand

August 26, 2020

I cannot believe that you are no longer here. I never thought I'd have to say bye to you this way. It was unexpected and you left way to soon. What a sweet, dedicated, cute, handsome, humorous, hardworking, generous and loving guy you were. Everything people say about you is true Dad(if you could see all that people have said about you you would be smiling from ear to ear). I am lucky I was blessed with a smile as nice as yours. You impacted so many people from your family to colleagues and clients. Also, I can't forget those who crossed paths with you and had the pleasure of knowing you too. What a lucky and special guy you are Dad!! I will always share your cute as ever love story of how you and Mom met. It's something I have hoped to experience like you and her did for my whole life. We'll take very good care of Mom. Thanks for providing us with the BEST life possible. Always will be missing, thinking of, and loving you Dad ❤️.

Betsy Mayer

August 25, 2020

Hugs......so many hugs are headed your way. I am so sorry to learn of your (our) loss. What a good man Neil was and how lucky he was to have you and the “kids” as his family.
Hoping happy memories can ease you through this awful time. I’m here for you if you need anything.


Valerie Robin

August 19, 2020

With deepest sympathies for your loss, I write this note knowing words cannot comfort you. It is important you know that Neil made a difference to those he worked with. I met Neil in Courtroom 5 at the Boston Juvenile Court maybe five years ago. He was friendly and chatty, and so welcoming to me when I first walked in there. He always flashed his smile and said, “Hello.” We talked about so many things other than our cases and the law. He had a passion when speaking about youth sports, politics, and family. And for that, I say L'Chaim because I knew Neil as someone who loved his life. And that is a special thing.

Neil's life ended too soon. I am sorry for your loss.

Bruce, Cary, Ben & Sam Forman

August 18, 2020

Dear Warrenbrand Family:

We are shocked and saddened by the sudden loss of your husband and dad. He was such a fun and generous man who was dedicated to his family and close friends. From youth football, basketball and baseball the memories that we have of Neil and the Warrenbrands will always be ingrained our hearts. We could not have had a better friend and coach than Neil Warrenbrand.

May your wonderful memories of Neil help you find comfort during these difficult times.

All our Love, Bruce, Cary, Ben and Sam Forman

Alice Turner

August 18, 2020

Dear Warrenbrand Family:

I am so very sorry for your loss. I worked with Neil in the Boston Juvenile Court. He was a wonderful man and a strong and compassionate advocate. I am grateful to have known him.

You have my deepest sympathy on this terrible loss.

Alice Turner

Alicia and Hilary Simons

August 16, 2020

Dear Linda and all,

We were so struck and deeply saddened to hear about the loss of Neil, your beloved husband and dad. We have so many lovely memories of the kids playing together and spending time at your table and in your driveway. Your house has always been one of welcome and we will always think of Neil in that way.

With Love,
The Simons Family

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