Kenneth J. Monast, 65, of East Wareham died August 18 in Tobey Hospital in Wareham. He was the husband of Dianna M. (Brown) Monast.

Mr. Monast was born in Brookline and lived in Wareham for many years. He graduated from Bishop Stang High School. He worked as a master plumber for Barrett Plumbing and Heating Company in North Falmouth for more than 20 years.

He enjoyed golfing, being outside and working in his yard and his yearly vacation to the Bahamas over the last 25 years. But most of all he loved spending time with his grandchildren.

Mr. Monast was a member of Little Harbor Country Club. He had served on the Wareham Planning Board and was a coach for Wareham Tiger Football and Wareham Little League.

In addition to his wife, he leaves a son, Jeffrey Monast and his wife, Kristine Monast, of East Wareham; his mother, Marie (Allard) Monast of Wareham; two stepdaughters, Heather Marshall of Medford and Emily Durand of Merrimac; a stepson, T.J. Marshall of Gloucester; four grandchildren, Ryan and Renee Monast and Isabelle and Raven Durand; three brothers, Roger Monast, Peter Monast of Forestdale and David Monast of South Dennis; three sisters, Janet Benson of Centerville, Donna Maynard of Wareham and Karen Baker of Wareham; and other family.

He was predeceased by his first wife, Mary Monast and his father, Roger A. Monast.

Visiting hours are from 2 to 5 PM on Sunday in the Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, 2599 Cranberry Highway, Wareham.

His funeral will be held at 9 AM on Monday from the funeral home, followed by a funeral Mass at 10 AM in St. Patrick’s Church, 82 High Street, Wareham.

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