Dr. Weil Memorial Page

David Weil, DDS

April 6, 1944—September 7, 2018

It is with great sadness that we must announce the passing of David Weil. Dr. Weil died peacefully in his home after a brief but courageous battle.

Dr. Weil taught us all to live life to the fullest and love one another unconditionally. His memory will live on in this practice and in our hearts. We are all better to have known him.

His patients were extremely important to him and we will continue to uphold his values and honor his legacy at this office.

We invite you to leave a memory or kind word about Dr. Weil.

Thank you.

Comments 9

  1. I am Dr. Tori Saferin’s father. As Tori was discussing purchasing Dr. Weil’s practice with me I could tell what a special man he was. It seemed to me to be the perfect fit for what her goals were. It was a small patient oriented practice where the Drs knew and cared deeply about their patients.
    Shortly after Tori purchased the practice I had an opportunity to have lunch with Dr. Weil. To start with he couldn’t have said more nice things about my daughter and how important it was to him to find the right Dr. to purchase his practice. Tori blushed. I beamed. He was just an incredibly nice and decent human being and we will all be worse off without having him around. Rest in peace, Dr. Weil.

  2. I have known Dr. Weil for many years through my business, French Cleaners. He was a wonderful customer whom most of my counter staff knew by name. I recognized him as a gracious friendly kind person as soon as I met him. After my wife’s uncle Peter Gassner DMD (my former dentis) retired I began a search for a new one. It was a short search indeed. I became a client of Dr. Weil and was impressed with his keen ability and knowledge and always felt great in his care. When conversations came up with people in need of a dentist I never hesitated in referring people to him. It was a shock to hear of his passing and weighs heavy on my heart. David Weil will surely be missed and remembered by many, I am sure, as a positive influence and wonderful person. May he rest in peace.

  3. I first met Dr. Weil when I moved to Connecticut right after college. I have been going to his practice for over 30 years. Needless to say, I received the best dental care, but being his patient meant so much more to me. He was always kind, supportive and interested in my life. I felt I could talk to him and share my life; the joys and the sorrows and he was always receptive and helpful. I loved to hear about his golf game and his grand children, who he loved dearly. His natural ability to stay positive and in the light always touched me and taught me about life. He built his practice to feel like family and I will greatly miss this wonderful human being!

  4. what can you say about someone who always had a smile on his face, always cared deeply about how you were feeling and how your family was doing?
    For 41 years Dr. Weil was a friend, my dentist and my fellow Uconn basketball cheerleader. It still seems unreal that he is no longer here but his spirit of goodness, enthusiasm, kindness, empathy and never ending curiosity will always live on. To Marni, Jon, Ellen and Will, our hearts go out to you in ways that can not be described. To Kathleen, we are so happy that you had each other to share life’s adventures. To the dental family at his office, your courage today inspired me to remember David as he would want to be remembered. and to Dr. Saferin, your grace today showed me exactly why he entrusted you with his practice. We are all richer because he was in our lives.

  5. My husband, Tom, and I were out of state when Dr. Weill passed away so we were unaware of his incomprehensible death until this morning, Oct. 22, when my husband went to his office for a dental appointment. I knew the moment he returned home that something was very wrong. We cried together at the thought that we would not see David again or feel his compassion and warmth as we have for over 30 years as his patients. I cannot find the appropriate words to fully express our feeling of loss. Our deepest sympathies to his beloved family and his staff. It was an honor to know this wonderful man.

  6. Great dentist. Great experience. Have been going to him for many many years. My wife as well. Always smiling and truly made the patient feel they were the ‘center of the universe’ when Dr. Weil sat down next to them. Proud to talk about his daughter and extremely happy to become a grandparent.
    He will be truly missed.

  7. I first met Dr. Weil when I worked at the UConn Dental School. He was a regular attendee of our continuing dental education programs. One evening, at the end of an intensive five-day CME program on TMJ joints, he recognized that two foreign dentists attending the program had gotten themselves out to the Health Center in Farmington with no way to get back at 8 in the evening. He took the time to drive them both into Hartford and to ensure they were safely back at their hotel. We were new to Connecticut and that’s when I knew we had found the dentist for us.

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