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Mr. Genereux,
Sir, I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for our Country when you served with the USN during the Cold War. Millions of Americans slept safe at night because you and your fellow Servicemen stood ready to defend our Country. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

Fair Winds And Following Seas

Posted by: Mike Casey(former Randolph resident) - El Paso, TX   Feb 14, 2018

So sorry to hear of Wesley's passing. My prayers for him and his family.R.I.P.

Posted by: Annette Giovanoni - Boynton Beach, FL - Family Friend   Feb 13, 2018

Went to Randolph High with Wes-- that is what we called him. Lived down the street from me. We have lost very few of our class mates. Age is taking over. You had a good life so embrace your blessings.... I will say a pray so he goes straight to our good lord...

Posted by: Patricia LaBrecque (McMorrow) - Stuart, FL   Feb 13, 2018

We are with you in our hearts, and sad it can not be in person. God Bless him, and YOU, with so much love!! Steve says, "I love Michelle so much. I just wish I could give her a hug!" He is keeping Margie aware of family events, and we are missing you with real sorrow. God Bless!!!!
Stephen and Margaret Duprey

Posted by: A friend   Feb 13, 2018

Alex and family - I am so sorry for your lost. Wes was a wonderful man and I had many laughs with him over the years at DCAM. He would sit down and talk with me whenever he was in town. I will remember him fondly, and miss him greatly. Joan Correia

Posted by: Joan Correia - Stoughton, MA - Friend   Feb 13, 2018

Wes, We were best friends and you were Linda and my best man at our wedding 37 years ago. Life gets in the way of doing what people would like to do but i will always remember the friendship and good times we had. Rhonda, Heather and Jennifer called you Uncle Wes because we considered you and your family part of our family. Rest in peace, my friend

Posted by: Dick and Linda Marcos - Whitman, MA - Friend   Feb 13, 2018

Rest In Peace Wes.
Although it been many years since we crossed paths, I will always remember that infectious smile of yours.
You were a hard working guy and I always enjoyed running into you after work.
I am certainly glad to have made your aquaintence.

Posted by: Bob Murphy - Brockton, MA   Feb 13, 2018

Alex - I know how much you and your family will miss your dad. I loved it when Wes and Carol came to my house as he could alwYs make me smile and laugh. That is a gift and so wats he. He will be greatly missed by everyone that Loved him.MYENY

Posted by: Catherine Hanron - Hull, MA - Friend   Feb 12, 2018

A big, handsome man with an even bigger heart. As a young girl I was sometimes intimidated by his tall stature and deep booming voice, his passionate nature, --but then Uncle Wes would smile his eye-twinkling smile and laugh such a full laugh that I felt his warmth like an embrace. I have fond memories of his humor and love for his family. He will be sorely missed.

Posted by: Tara Spellman - Novato, CA - Family   Feb 12, 2018

Dad, I can't believe you are no longer here. God took you away so quickly. It hurts to breath when I think about you being gone, but I'm glad you are no longer suffering and are with Mom. I will always love you and forever miss you.

Until I see you (and Mom) again in Heaven... xoxoxo

Posted by: Michelle Duprey - Daughter   Feb 12, 2018