Sean Alexander Toomey

October 20, 1989March 8, 2020

Sean Toomey, age 30, of Canton, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, March 8, 2020 in his home.

He was born October 20, 1989 in Canton to John Toomey and the late Tina (Cox) Campian. Sean was a tower erection specialist for Emerick Enterprises. Sean was an adrenalin junky who enjoyed being high atop his cell phone towers. He enjoyed adventure, and loved golf, rollerblading, and the Minnesota Vikings. He was a loyal and loving person to all who knew him. He made everyone laugh, and feel important. He will be remembered for his sense of humor and his awesome smile. Sean was a kind, long-bearded teddy bear. Sean loved being around family. Every holiday family photo needed multiple takes because he would remove his tooth and smile so big. Sean always provided us with laughter. We could count on him to share some kind of story that ended with the family saying, "Oh, Sean."

In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by his Papa Ed Cox, and Grandma Joan Toomey. He is survived by his girlfriend and life partner, Ashley Keim, and his daughter, Harper Toomey, both of whom he loved very much; father, John Toomey; sisters, Erin Toomey (Travis Okey) and Anna Campian; Grandma Joan Cox; Grandpa Jack Toomey; one niece; two nephews; and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Sean was part of a brotherhood of close-knit friends who will love and remember him as always being the life of the party. He filled the room with his larger than life presence and always knew how to put a smile on everyone's faces. We all have our favorite "Remember the time Toomey did this" story. The memories he made with the people he loved will last two lifetimes, and we're all thankful to have had a part in his story.

Friends may call from 1-3pm on Sunday in the Karlo-Libby Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made for Harper Toomey, c/o Karlo-Libby Funeral Home, 5000 Everhard Road NW, Canton, OH 44718.


  • Visitation Sunday, March 15, 2020


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Brenda Deckert

March 15, 2020

Ashley, Lisa.
I am so very very sorry that you had to lose this wonderful, kind, incredible man that you love so very much. My heart hurt's for you Ashley and for your baby girl Harper. My heart hurt's for you to Lisa. Knowing that your baby girls Heart is broken. Ashley your going to find it hard to want to go on from here because your world just went away with Sean. But it didn't. He left you an incredible gift. The gift of the baby girl you created together with the love you had for each other. Hold onto her and she will bring you comfort in the days to come.
All my love Brenda Deckert.

Brenda Trumpeter

March 14, 2020

Sean’s Family, you know how much Ashley & I loved “Seany”. He was like a son to me & a brother to Ashley. We had so many fun Sundays together watching football and jawing back & forth about the Steelers, Vikings, and hopeless Browns! Holidays were so much fun as well at your home! I know your heart was broken when your Mom and my best friend passed away! Happy you are now back together, but the loss you left here can’t be mended. All our love to Ashley & your precious girl Harper! Till we meet again. Love Brenda & Ashley

Lisa Hugus

March 12, 2020

Sean brought so much laughter and joy to our family. There wasn't a better man I could have choosen for my daughter. He & Ashley gave us the best thing our family could ever imagine with Harper.
I loved bantering with him about the MN Vikings and putting Harper in her Greenbay Packers onsie whenever I could find I think he hid it on me. lol So tolerant of his future mother in law.
I will always see you Sean whenever I look at my beautiful granddaughter, her laugh, her smile, her feistiness. And my heart will smile because I know you are with us always.