Born in Boca Raton, Florida, Wesley was the son of Kimberly (Hough) Fields and the late Bradshaw Fields. He was raised in Parkland, Florida, and was a graduate of Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School. He continued his education at Southern New Hampshire University where he was currently a student.
Wesley had been employed with substance abuse treatment facilities in Danvers and Wilmington.
Wesley had a passion for visual arts. He was a musician, a talented artist, and also a passionate gamer. A movie and television buff, Wes loved to discuss the latest series with family and friends. But most of all, he loved spending time with close friends and family. Wes was a loving son, brother, fiancé, grandson, nephew, and friend.
With an outgoing personality and an easy smile, Wes will be remembered for his unique sense of humor. He had a great ability to put a smile on someone's face and was always willing to help those in need. Wes had a truly giving heart and deeply loved his fiancé and family. He will be greatly missed.
He battled hard and fought the disease of addiction and tried his best to help others walking the same path. He certainly left a great impression on those he walked with on the journey of life.