Sean Randal Cobb

October 10, 1970April 24, 2020
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Sean Randal Cobb of Corinth, TX, passed away at home on April 24, 2020, after a lengthy illness.

Visitation will be held at Laurel Land Main Chapel in Fort Worth on Monday, May 4, 2020, from 12pm to 2 pm. Private Burial to follow at 2 pm.

Sean was born on October 10, 1970, in West Palm Beach, Florida and moved to Fort Worth in 1973.

At age 12, Sean made his first major decision. He chose tennis as the one sport he wanted to pursue...good choice. That gave him the opportunity to travel the country playing on the junior tennis circuit. As a senior at Crowley High School, he won the state singles championship. As a scholarship player at North Texas (UNT), he helped the team win their first conference championship. He graduated with a BBA degree in Marketing.

Sean had a successful career in pharmaceutical sales. In his last position he served as 'Director, Health Economics', for Prolacta Bioscience. His personality, sincerity and competitive spirit led him to excel throughout his career.

Sean and Michele Miller were married from 1997 to 2019 and are the proud parents of two beautiful daughters. Kylie, a junior at Texas A&M, and Sidney, a junior at Guyer High School, were adored by their dad. Both are outstanding soccer players with year round matches and tournaments. Sean seldom missed a match. He loved supporting his young ladies.

Outside of work, tennis and soccer matches, Sean will be remembered for his acute interest in practical jokes. This was an area that stimulated his creative juices. Unfortunately, the recipients of most of his clever ideas were Kylie, Sidney, Michele, and Sean's golfing partners. We will always get chuckles looking back at some of his handiwork during the fun times.

The family is deeply indebted to the many friends and neighbors who have so generously given their love and support.

Sean is survived by his daughters, Kylie and Sidney Cobb; sister, Shalei Cobb; father and step-mother, Lance and Francie Cobb; mother and step-father, Linda and Allan Elfassy.


  • Visitation

    Monday, May 4, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Monday, May 4, 2020


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July 11, 2020

I knew Sean back in the eighties and remember playing tennis with him at Crowley and Mcleland Tennis Center.He was a great player, and a better friend. Rest in peace Sean.

Libby Eddins

May 5, 2020

I have so many fond memories of Sean from those early days at preschool when he and Ronnie, the two cute blondes in the class, played together, and then when we got reacquainted at a tennis tournament at UTA when they were just 10. Their teenage years were sometimes trying watching them grow so tall, trade stories, play doubles, and oh, those matching Mustangs—maybe that wasn’t a good idea. Then there was the time I took the two of them to sectionals in Wichita Falls, with the long legs, their golden tans, and sun bleached hair. They were something to watch as they played their way to the finals. Then the times they had at UNT, where they reunited after playing tennis at different schools to play doubles once again. They grew up together and went off to marry and have careers largely apart. Their kids are even about the same ages. And now they have both left this life earlier than expected. And I’ll never get over it. None of us will. Ron and are so sorry for your loss. We know only too well what it means to lose a son too soon.


Andrea Ables

May 5, 2020

Sean was one of my favorite people when we worked together at Prolacta. He made me laugh so hard and I am in complete shock right now at the news of his passing. Michelle I enjoyed meeting you in Maui when we went to lunch with my Mom a few years ago. My heart is with you are your daughters. I am so very sorry.

Take care, Andrea

Charity Hudnut

May 4, 2020

From the first moment I met Sean, he always had me laughing and I would seek him out at our meetings just because he was always the best to keep things light and so much fun to be around. I will miss him greatly and know that he is now a guardian angel to his girls.

Jay Coleman

May 4, 2020

I will miss the double dates Sean and I would go on with Sidney and Sadie, our baby girls. Our visir to the haunted house in Fort Worth will always be remembered. We were cracking up as our girls were freaking out. It was obvious that Sean adored his daughters. Wish we would have made more time for more of those dates. Girls, I'm so sorry about the loss of your daddy.
With love,

Dawn Minger

May 3, 2020

Michelle, Sid, Kylie, Shalei and Lance and family, I am so sad beyond belief at the news of Sean's passing, Sean and I have so many great and funny memories in the 6 years that I have worked with him. I always admired that he lived every moment of his life to the fullest with that smile and an infectious laugh! As Kevan Carman described it - "mutley the dog laugh". Sid and Kylie, Sean loved the 2 of you more than anything! Never forget this as he will always be there with you. Sean will be sincerely missed and never forgotten.
My deepest condolences

Don Thompson

May 3, 2020

We will never forget our trips out to see you guys in West Palm Beach, and one-year-old Sean blasting down the Intracoastal Canal with us in your ski boat. And then, Lance and I spending several years thinking we were tennis superstars, only to watch Sean grow up to be better than both of us put together! We will always cherish our times with the whole Cobb family. I've included a picture of my first effort at feeding a baby....which was Sean!
Love and best wishes to all during this doubly tough time.
Don and Jackie

Michael Voeller

May 3, 2020

With a very heavy heart, all my prayers and condolences go out to all of Sean’s family and friends. 😢. As cousins, Sean and I shared a lot of great memories as young kids on vacations. Adulthood and distance separated us for our wisdom and family building yrs, but at least we were able to reconnect in later yrs to share life experiences and some boat and golf time. Proud of Sean for carrying on the “joke” traditions. I do believe he was the King. My God forgive Sean for all of those sins! Will miss ya Cuz! RIP Sean.
Big V

Gayelynn Coyle

May 2, 2020

We met Sean, Michele and Kylie about 20 years ago when we became neighbors, then friends and like family. Our son Chance and Sidney are only 6 months apart and have been the best of friends. So many kid birthdays, pool parties, soccer games, and holiday celebrations together. I can still hear Sean calling our son Chancellor, all formal and then laughing about it. Sean & Tim doing house projects, yard work, leaf raking, pool cleaning, putting up xmas lights and decorations with the kids running around the entire time, kind of helping (or maybe not). And of course the many pranks over the years, always had Sean laughing. He loved 4th of July and New Year’s Eve so he could set off fireworks. One night, he snuck on our back porch and set off fire crackers, then tried to pretend like he didn’t do it. My favorite memory thinking back is probably from about ten years ago. Tim and Sean were on the phone talking and my mom and I were sitting in the room. They were wrapping up their conversation and Tim said “love you” and hung up. My mom and I looked at each other and asked “did you just tell Sean you loved him?”. We all got a good laugh at the time. But the truth is, I know he had a lot of love for Sean and so do Chance and I. He was a great friend and we are thankful to have had him in our lives. We will miss him and know he will be watching over his beautiful girls. Prayers for his whole family. Love – The Coyle family – Gayelynn, Tim & Chance

Miguel Howard

April 30, 2020

This photo is Sean’s crew from high school minus Craig Morgan. We were all together very recently reminiscing and the stories were flowing along with non -stop laughter. I was Sean’s college room mate at UNT for 2 years and then as graduates we got one more place together for a year as we prepared for the real world. Sean loved Prince, Cici’s Pizza, and was the King of practical jokes. He would laugh so hard every time he got me and it was often. If any other UNT Eagles see this there was the infamous Tripping Daisy concert at Ricks that we were escorted out of due to a practical joke gone bad. ( No one got hurt ) but very hilarious! As long as I’ve known Sean he was always helping people including myself. He had great character and truly cared about people.
To Sean’s family, thanks for bringing Sean into the world you did good! Sean thanks for memories they are the best. Love you brother, see you on the other side.