Dillon’s funeral expenses

Last night the Beazley Brancaccio and Lamson family unexpectedly lost their Dillon due to addiction and mental health issues. They need help with the costs for laying him to rest, properly. Any help during this troubled time will be appreciated by the family. No donation is too small.

His proudest moment was becoming a Dad in 2015. Nothing made him happier than his Son, Cameron. One of his favorite memories was teaching his Son how to play baseball. On that day his Son hit three in a row, and he was jumping and screaming “That’s My Boy! “

In 2017, Dillon started his recovery journey. He was extremely proud of his two-year anniversary that he celebrated on August 20th of 2020. He always remained a proud member of the recovery community even in times of struggle. He will be missed by many.

Dillon was a Son, Grandson, Nephew, Brother, Father Cousin and friend. Words cannot describe the friend he was to so many, taking friend to mean Brother. He was the kind of young man that made his friends his family.

If you knew Dillon, you have probably laughed hours upon hours because of his infectious laugh and inappropriate humor. His energy and outgoing personality always filled the room. He could make anyone laugh and made sure his friends and family were always entertained.

We ask that you keep his family in prayer as they walk through this difficult time. They are receiving messages from you all but are not able to respond currently. Please know that they appreciate the love and out pouring of support in this time of sadness.

  • Laurie Jordan 
    • $25 
    • 13 mos
  • Elizabeth Espinosa 
    • $40 
    • 13 mos
  • Deborah Tausevich 
    • $50 
    • 13 mos
  • Nicole Noltemy 
    • $5 
    • 13 mos
  • Sheri Mannering 
    • $80 
    • 13 mos
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Jillian Sweeney 
Whitman, MA