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Kane Martin Dellert

Kane’s family welcomes those who wish to join them in reflecting on his life to join them at a funeral service at The Whately Congregational Church on Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 2pm. Following the service there will be a celebration of Kane’s beautiful life at The Bridgeside Grille

With loving and grieving hearts, the family of Kane Martin Dellert, 27, announces his unexpected death on May 13, 2018. Kane, of South Deerfield, MA, was born June 2, 1990 and was the beloved older son of Carin Ann Nelson and Martin Joseph Dellert.

 

Kane’s friends and family remember his kind spirit and his heart of gold. Kane was as loyal as he was modest: though Kane would drop anything in a moment’s notice, he never asked for recognition for his deeds. Such qualities in Kane were evidenced most by his calm, caring, playful, and joyous interactions with his daughter, Aria Ann Dellert. Kane was predeceased by his uncle, Scott R. Nelson, his Babci, JoAnn Dellert, and his Papa, Wayne S. Nelson. Kane leaves behind his large and loving family: his brother, Seth T. Dellert, his sisters, Meah M. Dellert and Isobel A. Heck, his stepmother, Alice M. Graham-Brown; his grandparents, Suzanne L. Nelson and Thomas W. Dellert; his uncles, Wayne S. Nelson, Jr., Thomas Dellert, Jr., and Michael Dellert, and his aunts, Ivy E. Nelson and Julie A. Kingsbury. He leaves Aria in the loving arms of his forever friend, Kayla Gilmore.

 

His brother Seth was his constant companion and confidante. The two of them were never far apart and covered each other’s backs through thick and thin.

 

Over his years in Western Mass, Kane was hardworking, whether it was to reach his next goal on the Frontier Regional High School wrestling team, or to commit himself to helping co-workers who in turn became friends, most especially Mike Skalski of ST&I Services.

 

Kane’s caring soul will be forever heard in the music he loved and in cherished memories of the guitar he played for those he cared for. Kane will often be remembered during moments gathered around good food and good company. He had a passion for cooking and spoiling others with his culinary expertise.

 

Kane’s family welcomes those who wish to join them in reflecting on his life to join them at a funeral service at The Whately Congregational Church on Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 2pm. Following the service there will be a celebration of Kane’s beautiful life at The Bridgeside Grille, Sunderland, MA starting at 3pm.

 

In lieu of flowers, donations should be made to The Whately Congregational Church, c/o Nancy Wilson, 177 Chestnut Plain Rd, Whately, MA, 01373.

 

Expressions of sympathy are available at: www.wrisleyfuneralhome.com