Sebastian Edward Baggiano

October 11, 1970March 31, 2021

Sebastian Edward Baggiano II, 50, of Wallace Idaho, died Wednesday March 31, 2021. Born in Colorado Springs, Colorado on October 11, 1970, he was the son of Anthony and Faye Stone Baggiano.

Mr Baggiano graduated from Jeff Davis High School in Montgomery AL and attended Auburn University. He was an avid War Eagle fan and never missed a game. He loved hunting and fishing and often remarked that those activities made him the happiest. His cooking skills rivaled those of a famous chef. He spent most of his youth water skiing all over the USA and loved living on Lake Martin. He had a wonderful quirky sense of humor. He never met a stranger and was a natural salesman. He could do anything he put his mind to. More than anything he loved all of the members of his family and they loved him.

Survivors include his parents, Tony and Faye Baggiano; daughters, Torey Baggiano, Riley Baggiano McCarley and spouse Clint, Liz Sims and stepdaughter Josie Blanks; granddaughter Ansley Kate McCarley; sisters Tana Baggiano Kennedy and spouse Allen, Stone Baggiano and spouse Steve Wallett, Toni Baggiano-Wilson and spouse Ron Wilson; his nieces, Iva Baggiano and Carrison Baggiano Wilson; his nephews, Joey Kennedy, Dylan Baggiano, Hinson Wilson and Eli Wallett; and, his fiancée Megan Dixon. He was preceded in death by his older brother Tory Baggiano; grandparents, Sebastian and Frances Paterniti Baggiano, and Willie Eli and Mae Thompson Stone.

A private Memorial service will be held on Sunday, April 11 at 2:00pm at Heritage Funeral Home, Montgomery AL. Officiant John Ed Mathison


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Christian Jock

April 13, 2021

Baggiano Family: We can never be separated from those we care about because God leaves us with memories to hold and cherish and a fondness that will never pass away. You're in the hearts of others who care deeply for you and Sebastian, a devoted father, son, and brother. I pray that God eases your sorrow and replaces it with the fondest of memories. My deepest sympathies, Christian (Chief) Jock, Alexandria, Virginia