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Official Obituary of: Daniel J. O’Brien, Jr. 12/23/2020

Daniel J. O’Brien, Jr. 12/23/2020

DOUGLAS – Daniel Joseph O’Brien, Jr., died Wednesday, December 23, 2020 at UMass Medical Center in Worcester.  He was the loving husband of Kristen (Stebenne) O’Brien for over seven years.

Born May 26, 1985 in Milford, he was a son of Mary Louise (Pistocco) O’Brien of Douglas and the late Daniel O’Brien, Sr. who died in 2013.

Dan grew up in Franklin then North Attleboro where he was a 2003 graduate of North Attleboro High School.  He has been a resident of Douglas for the past six years.

He worked as a construction supervisor at Tocci Building Corp in Woburn for the past ten years.

He enjoyed fishing, camping at Sandy Pond Campground in Plymouth and playing horseshoes and cribbage.  He was a big fan of the local sports teams, especially the Patriots and loved playing fantasy football.

In addition to his wife and mother, Dan is survived by his daughter, Kenzie O’Brien;

Two sisters: Megan O’Brien of Douglas and Casey Martin and husband Aaron of Bridgewater;

His father and mother-in-law Roger and Shirley Stebenne of North Attleboro; three nephews: Greyson Estey and Oliver and Simon Martin;

A brother-in-law Keith Stebenne of North Attleboro and a sister-in-law Keri Stebenne and fiancée Ethan;  Also many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Visiting hours will be held on Saturday, January 2, 2021 from 2-4 p.m. at Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro. 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Liver Foundation at www.liverfoundation.org.

 

 

 

 

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  • A good man gone to soon,  always willing to lend a hand (especially when you can’t build steps to get into your camper ?).  Seriously even though I knew him for a short time he truly was a great guy, father and husband from what I saw during our seasons at camp.  God has received an Angel to now look over us all.  

  • Stephen, shane and I loved Dan dearly. He was always welcomed in our home with love. We will remember all the great times we got to spend with him .. Hollidays, times at the camp everything. There is definitely a hole in our hearts now replaced by a light. Love you always

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  1. Stephen, shane and I loved Dan dearly. He was always welcomed in our home with love. We will remember all the great times we got to spend with him .. Hollidays, times at the camp everything. There is definitely a hole in our hearts now replaced by a light. Love you always

  2. A good man gone to soon,  always willing to lend a hand (especially when you can’t build steps to get into your camper ?).  Seriously even though I knew him for a short time he truly was a great guy, father and husband from what I saw during our seasons at camp.  God has received an Angel to now look over us all.  

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