Asa Glass

Obituary of Asa Weston Glass

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Asa Weston Glass III, known to his loved ones as Wes, passed away on February 7th, 2024 in Plympton, MA. He was born on April 13th, 1945 in Kingston, MA and lived a life filled with love, laughter and cherished memories.

Wes leaves behind a legacy of love and devotion to his partner of 42 years Carol Miskinis; his son Christopher E. Glass and wife Deborah; their children Kendra Glass, Christopher Glass  , Siobhan Flynn, Paul Roche IV, Griffin Roche and Ian Roche; his daughter Katie Blankemyer her husband Kurt; their children Nicholas and Will; stepson Bobby Miskinis; sister Debbie Rafferty and son-in-law Brian Rafferty. Additionally he is survived by niece Colleen Ladino and husband Jeffrey Ladino along with their children Brian,Kate,Kelly,and Bridget. Nephew Michael Rafferty ,wife Elena Rafferty ,and their children Michael and Aiden . And many grandchildren who will carry on the memory of this remarkable man.

Wes was an extraordinary individual who touched the lives of all those around him. His passion for sports began at an early age when he led the Silver Lake High School baseball team to victory as state champions in 1961. This achievement earned him a place in the school's Hall of Fame where he would forever be remembered for his athletic prowess. After high school graduation Wes pursued further education at Butera School of Art in Boston where he honed his artistic talents before embarking on a successful career as a self-employed car salesman and professional painter. In retirement Wes found joy in playing golf with dear friends while also sharing countless laughs over games that brought them together time after time. He also enjoyed spending time on Saquish beach with Carol and many beloved friends. His sense of humor was legendary among those who knew him best - quick wit always ready to bring smiles to faces even during difficult times. His dance moves were unforgettable especially when it came to disco music which showcased another side of this multifaceted man whose zest for life never waned. Above all else Wes was devoted - whether it be as a loving son or father figure guiding those closest through life's challenges or simply being there whenever needed most by family members seeking comfort from someone they could always rely upon without hesitation or reservation.

May we find solace knowing that Wes has left behind an indelible mark upon all that knew him; which shall remain eternally imprinted until we meet again someday beyond this world into the next chapter awaiting us all .

A Mass will be held at St Joseph’s Catholic Church in Kingston, MA on March 9th at 10 am. Refreshments will follow at the church hall.

In lieu of flowers a donation may be made to Norwell VNA Hospice and the American Cancer Association.

A Memorial Tree was planted for Asa
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Shepherd Funeral & Cremation Service - Kingston
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Asa Glass

1945 - 2024

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