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Claude R. Boyd–Spencer Funeral Home

448 West Main Street, Babylon, NY

OBITUARY

Jon M. Sepe

April 8, 1985November 30, 2019
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Jon M. Sepe of Smithtown, NY on November 30, 2019. Loving son of Michael and Karen. Devoted brother of Ian (Erica) and Michelle Meyers (Stephen). Beloved grandson of Marilyn Librizzi and the late John, and the late Michael and Erna Sepe. Adored by his nephews and niece. Friends may visit at the Claude R. Boyd-Spencer Funeral Home, 448 West Main St. Babylon, NY on Tuesday 7- 9:30 pm and Wednesday 2 - 4 :30 pm & 7 - 9:30pm. Funeral Mass Thursday 10:30am at Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers, contributions to St. Christopher’s Inn, Office of Mission Support, P.O. Box 303, 21 Franciscan Way, Garrison, NY 10524, in Jon's name appreciated.

  • FAMILY

  • Michael Sepe, Father
  • Karen Sepe, Mother
  • Ian Sepe (Erica), Brother
  • Michelle Meyers (Stephen), Sister
  • Marilyn Librizzi, Grandmother
  • John Librizzi (Marilyn), Grandfather (deceased)
  • Michael Sepe (Erna), Grandfather (deceased)
  • Erna Sepe (Michael), Grandmother (deceased)

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, December 3, 2019
  • Visitation Wednesday, December 4, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Thursday, December 5, 2019
  • Interment Thursday, December 5, 2019

Memories

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Lenny Librizzi

December 5, 2019

Poets and writers aren’t valued
So we drive trucks
Work heavy machinery
To survive.

Lou Goldstein

December 4, 2019

I had the pleasure of working with Jon several times over the past few years; I was even scheduled to work with him this upcoming Friday when I heard the news. Jon was one of the kindest, most helpful, and skilled people I have met throughout my life. He would always go out of his way to make sure that he did high quality work, and I enjoyed spending time chatting with him throughout our time on job sites. He had a great sense of humor and we got to laugh a lot while still getting a lot done. Rest In Peace, Jon. My condolences to his family and loved ones.

Attached is a photo from a drilling job, which was the first time we met.

Cathy Lynch

December 4, 2019

Jeff Parrett

December 2, 2019

Oh man Sep... such great memories from class and Cross Country... rest easy buddy...

Stephen Meyers

December 2, 2019

First time I believe my wife and I met Jon was a few years ago. We were attempting to expand our cultural horizon by exposing ourselves to great theatrical works on broadway. Along with my son Stephen an Michelle we met Jon in a nyc restaurant. after the meal we went to the theater and saw a revised PEWEE’s playhouse production.

Matthew Mcnally

December 2, 2019

Mike Ferreira (Walsh)

December 1, 2019

...The trip you joe Michele and sam took a decade ago was unforgettable. Floating cooler full of beers as we bobbed in the shallow clear blue waters in the keys sneaking at the time underaged Sam into my local spots and just enjoying years of inside jokes and friendship in a tropical setting, that trip meant a lot to me for you guys to drive down just to see me! All these memories came flooding back as all the emergency vehicles surrounded your house as I drove off to work only praying everything was ok. Finding out the terrible information as I sat in traffic tears rolled down my face wishing and praying it wasn’t true. We had great times and many tough times growing up but having you as a touchstone knowing we could share the same memories and Perspectives of events i took for granted. Seeing you this past summer re-roofing the house and giving you what would be my last hug I wished you would accept the invite to walk down see what I did to the abandoned house I bought and just catch up share our experiences of the past few years. Bad good didn’t matter just spending some time would have brightened my heart and I hope it would have done that same for yours. So many things have transpired these past 8 years since that one job I worked with you and mike at AARCO, you remember that clean up? Up in rye? My first and last experience in environmental clean up. 4 days of tough wet muddy and cold work cleaning up a Verizon site. I was in awe of the job you and your father call another day in the office my appreciation for what you do grew exponentially. Sharing a beer in the Babylon house seeing steve and Michele after a long day helped put into perspective a day in the life of Jon....

Mike Ferreira (Walsh)

December 1, 2019

For me these past eight years I spent settling down, getting married and fat, buying a house and turning into my parents. Seeing your family I always would ask how you were doing and anytime I was able to catch you parking I’d make an effort to say hi and try and reconnect any way. But life goes on and being an adult isn’t as easy as we thought it would be. I wish you all the best and I hope to see you in Valhalla welcoming me with open arms and we can finally enjoy each other’s company again as we did as kids all the years ago exploring on our bikes.

Mike Ferreira (Walsh)

December 1, 2019

Growing up across the street and always having a friend to play with at a moments notice, a phone call away, was magical as we would dive into adventures of trail exploring on our bikes. Rules were we weren’t allowed to cross major roads, yet there we were, deep into blydenburg park asking ourselves if we wanted to go further into Caleb smith. As the sun started to set we would try and retrace our tracks give up and ride down Main Street to maple to make it home in time for dinner. Or as winter came and light was scarce we’d ride around playing bike tag with all the kids in the streets, all the neighborhood was fair game. Hiding in people’s landscaped yards or in the woods by mt. pleasant we would time it perfectly to dart out jump on our bikes and try and ride the other way hoping our tires didn’t touch, or You’re it. Sherbrooke dr was a vibrant lively street filled with our shouts and laughter. All the Sporting goods sprinkled our yards, between hockey nets, roller blades, sticks, all sorts of sports balls, I still hear our echoes of Car! As we scramble to move out of the street or pause whatever game we were playing. It’s bittersweet living here now, the memories seem such a long time ago. Where did the time go?
Just yesterday we would grab the rest of kids and carol from house to house because we enjoyed bringing Christmas cheer for all to hear. Snow days spend strategically piling all the snow into one big mound so later we could build a fort to throw snowballs at Michele kate and Stephanie or making a quick buck digging out any neighbor looking to stay in, then spending that cash on friendly’s Fribbles. We had a great up bringing and I moved back and set my roots here hoping my future kids could experience exactly what brought all that joy we had as kids. As we grew older we grew distant yet even while I lived 1,200 miles away you drew me a bon voyage picture where you parked Long Island along side of Florida so we would still be close.....

Stephen Meyers

December 1, 2019

Ps. Jon is spelled John.
As I told you a hundred times.

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Biography

Jon M. Sepe of Smithtown, NY on November 30, 2019. Loving son of Michael and Karen. Devoted brother of Ian (Erica) and Michelle Meyers (Stephen). Beloved grandson of Marilyn Librizzi and the late John, and the late Michael and Erna Sepe. Adored by his nephews and niece. Friends may visit at the Claude R. Boyd-Spencer Funeral Home, 448 West Main St. Babylon, NY on Tuesday 7- 9:30 pm and Wednesday 2 - 4 :30 pm & 7 - 9:30pm. Funeral Mass Thursday 10:30am at Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers, contributions to St. Christopher’s Inn, Office of Mission Support, P.O. Box 303, 21 Franciscan Way, Garrison, NY 10524, in Jon's name appreciated.