July 15, 2024

David Alan Katseff

September 2, 1946 – July 25, 2023

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David was our strength, our pillar.

David Alan Katseff of Rehoboth, MA entered into rest on July 25, 2023 at the age of 76. Born in Brookline, MA to George and Clara Katseff, he was the only boy with four sisters, who loved him dearly, Sylvia, Marsha (predeceased), Diane and Linda. David grew up in Newton, MA, graduating with Honors from Newton High School. He continued on to Northeastern University where he graduated with a BS in Chemical Engineering and was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. Later he earned an MBA from Babson College.

After years of management roles in the manufacturing Industries, David started his own business MasterCast Ltd in 1985, and built it into a successful Promotional Products Manufacturing company. He was a caring boss to all his employees and worked closely with his eldest son Joshua for the last eighteen years.

David met the love his life Sharon while they were both growing up in Newton. They were married on December 8, 1968 and would have celebrated their 55th Anniversary this year. Together they raised two amazing sons, Joshua and Lyle. David was so proud of his boys and enjoyed laughing and sharing stories with them.

Family was very important to him. It meant so much to him to be with family and friends, and always made it a point to be there during good times and sad times. David was a very sociable person and a dedicated volunteer. Over the years he worked tirelessly in many community organizations with 31 years on the Dighton-Rehoboth School Committee, member of Massachusetts Association of School Committees, Rhode Island Business Group on Health, Rhode Island Health Insurance Advisory Council, plus local and national professional industry associations and Friday Group.

David is survived by his wife and best friend, Sharon (Copenhagen) Katseff, his sons Joshua Katseff and Lyle Katseff and his grandson William, who he adored.

Funeral services will be held Monday, July 31st at 11:00 AM at Stanetsky Memorial Chapel, 475 Washington Street, Canton, followed by a burial at Sharon Memorial Park. The service will be webcast at https://tinyurl.com/DKatseff

A shiva will follow the burial.

Donations in his name may be given to The American Heart Association.

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