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Seeber SeanSEEBER, Sean William Nelson - (1992 - 2017) -

It is with heavy hearts that the family of Sean William Nelson Seeber announces his tragic passing as a passenger in a single-vehicle accident in the early morning of Saturday, September 9, 2017.

Sean is survived by his parents, Scott and Tara Seeber, his uncle Kim Seeber, his uncle Richard Currie, his uncle and aunt John and Denise Currie, his cousins Tara and Nelson Currie, and his girlfriend Amanda Tanti, with whom he was so deeply in love.

Sean was the only, and incredibly loved, child of Scott and Tara who will forever miss him.

Sean was struck down in the best years of his life. An honours graduate of the Humber College Police Foundation Program, he was actively pursuing his dream to be a police officer with the Halton Regional Police Service.  Consistent with his wish to improve the lives of others, Sean was employed as a mental health assistant at Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital.

Sean was an incredibly vibrant, ambitious and compassionate young man, with a hunger for life. He possessed a smile and personality that would light up the room. Although only a young man, he had already grown a wide and caring circle of friends, all of whom will miss him dearly and who are providing support to Sean’s family in this difficult time.

Sean was a “big brother” and an active member of his community, volunteering his time and energy to many causes.  There are no words sufficient to express the depth of our family’s loss.

There will be no formal service. In keeping with Sean’s character, there will be a Celebration of Life to be scheduled at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations being made to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada. Arrangements entrusted with Kopriva Taylor funeral home, Oakville.

HaltonObituaries.com

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Seeber SeanSEEBER, Sean William Nelson - (1992 - 2017) -

It is with heavy hearts that the family of Sean William Nelson Seeber announces his tragic passing as a passenger in a single-vehicle accident in the early morning of Saturday, September 9, 2017.

Sean is survived by his parents, Scott and Tara Seeber, his uncle Kim Seeber, his uncle Richard Currie, his uncle and aunt John and Denise Currie, his cousins Tara and Nelson Currie, and his girlfriend Amanda Tanti, with whom he was so deeply in love.

Sean was the only, and incredibly loved, child of Scott and Tara who will forever miss him.

Sean was struck down in the best years of his life. An honours graduate of the Humber College Police Foundation Program, he was actively pursuing his dream to be a police officer with the Halton Regional Police Service.  Consistent with his wish to improve the lives of others, Sean was employed as a mental health assistant at Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital.

Sean was an incredibly vibrant, ambitious and compassionate young man, with a hunger for life. He possessed a smile and personality that would light up the room. Although only a young man, he had already grown a wide and caring circle of friends, all of whom will miss him dearly and who are providing support to Sean’s family in this difficult time.

Sean was a “big brother” and an active member of his community, volunteering his time and energy to many causes.  There are no words sufficient to express the depth of our family’s loss.

There will be no formal service. In keeping with Sean’s character, there will be a Celebration of Life to be scheduled at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations being made to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada. Arrangements entrusted with Kopriva Taylor funeral home, Oakville.

HaltonObituaries.com

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