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April 2, 2020
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Kevin Burke Dalton


Published Feb. 18, 2020 • Last Updated 01:06 p.m., March 10, 2020

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Kevin Burke Dalton of Madison took his own life Feb. 6. That he did so will always be a grievous shock, if not quite a complete surprise, to his family and all of those who loved him. Kevin was born Jan. 17, 1973.

Kevin is survived by his parents James and Kathleen (Kelly) Dalton; his sister Casey and brother Brian and wife Rachael; several nieces and nephews; and many cousins, aunts, uncles, and lifelong friends. He was predeceased by his brother-in-law Brian Shortt. He had a special loving, lifelong friendship with John and Whitney Madura and their children.

That Kevin struggled with anxiety and depression will surprise many of his friends, though not his family. Kevin was incredibly bright, funny, quick witted, and a generous and caring soul. His love of the Patriots, Red Sox, history, and dogs was profound and his memory for statistics, facts, and details from every moment of his life was formidable. He was loved and will be deeply missed.

A shared observance of Kevin’s life will be arranged privately. In lieu of flowers or donations, his family asks that everyone take a deep breath, go walk the dog or toss a football, and connect with family and friends.

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