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David L. Carvell

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David L. Carvell

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Obituary For David L. Carvell

David L. Carvell (68) of Abington, formerly of Weymouth, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones on Friday, December 16, 2022. Beloved husband, father, brother, son, pop pop, and friend. David battled pancreatic cancer since March 2019. David always maintained a positive attitude and fought to the end.

David graduated from Weymouth High School. He went on to study marketing at Suffolk University. David is survived by his loving wife, Regina, of 37 years, and three children, Matthew Carvell, his wife Sarah Carvell and their two children, Abigail and Natalie, Sarah Hebda and her husband Nick Hebda, Rachel Carvell and her husband Alex O’Donnell.

Beloved son of the late Frank and Margaret Carvell and brother of Jonathan Carvell and sister, Elizabeth Carvell, and many nieces and nephews.

In addition to working in the medical sales field, David had many interests, including listening to a deluge of various tunes (he was lovingly referred to as DJ Davey C), he even had a longtime dream of becoming a radio host. Sports were often the enjoyed topic of conversation for David and his son Matthew, football and baseball being the top pics. Throughout his son's time in Boy Scouts, David was actively involved through volunteering in the troup. David was additionally engaged in his children’s lives by assisting with coaching on their rec sports teams. For many years David volunteered for the Abington Scholarship Foundation. David was known for making multiple trips to the grocery store a week, sometimes even twice in one day. He frequently enjoyed pretending as if he knew more than he did and joking/talking with anyone or anything that would listen. He enjoyed being outdoors and loved going to a family cottage on Lake Winnipesaukee and going to a small cottage in Maine shared with family. Most mornings, he would enjoy getting up around 4 to take the family dog, Chipper, out for his morning jaunt. More than anything, David loved taking care of and spending time with his family-loving with everything he had.

A celebration of Life will be held at the United Church of Christ in Abington on January 14th at 11AM.

In lieu of flowers, the Carvell family is asking for donations to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (pancan.org) in memory of David.

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  • 01/13/2023

    Dave's family, our sincere condolences to you all on Dave's passing. Just a great guy and generous with his time and possessions. Dave's passion and contribution to the Boy Scouts spoke a lot about who Dave was. I had the opportunity to share time with Dave and his family as well on numerous scouting trips and junkets and yes he was a BSer as well. Dave will be sorely missed by us all.

  • 01/05/2023

    Sending thoughts and prayers for David and the entire family. I have not seen David for the longest but have the some of the best memories with him. Football games, times up at the lake with the guys and just being like a brother. Thanks for the cherished memories Dave. May you RIP.

  • 01/02/2023

    So sorry to hear of David's passing. I met David in 1992 when we both worked for the same company. I had not seen Dave in forever but we chatted on and off through the years primarily about our kids, our careers, and usually ended in a rant about politics. We may not talked for months but always picked up right where we left off. Will miss him and his sense of humor.......😊 My Sincere condolences to the Carvell Family. John Nesvold

  • 12/28/2022

    Sending Thoughts, Prayers and Love May You R.I.P. God Bless you David 🙏 I will surely miss you, David my friend We could talk for hours sometimes serious conversation but mostly we'd talk about absolutely nothing. We both had a love for bad comedy,music, sports and family I would send you my pictures and you would always reply your the new Ansile Adams 😆 You gave me comfort Lately as you were fighting your battle we'd talk about our favorite doctor, Dr Vinnie Boombatz We would end our conversations with "I Love You Like a Brother, I hate my Brother" our last conversation it ended with just "I Love You Like a Brother" I will miss you my Brother 🙏❤️💚🙏

  • 12/26/2022

    We are so sorry to hear of David's passing. I will always remember our times growing up at the lake. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Carvell family. Winky and John

  • 12/23/2022

    I am absolutely heartbroken to hear of Dave's passing. I have so many fun memories of us working down at Gillette stadium all those years. My deepest condolences to Regina and the kids he will be greatly missed. Laura Modica

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