Labenski Funeral Home

107 Boswell Avenue, Norwich, CT


Sean Michael Bannon

November 26, 1979January 23, 2020

Sean Michael Bannon was born on November 26, 1979 in Norwich, CT and passed away on January 23, 2020.


  • Calling Hours / Visitation Saturday, February 1, 2020


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Lynn Freudenthal

February 23, 2020

RIP my dear friend..... 💜💜

Lynn Freudenthal

February 23, 2020

Seanyyyyyy, It’s been one month since you’ve been gone.... and the pain of your passing is the same. I will miss your smiley face, you singing my name.. as you did to so many others.....and just knowing that you were a phone call away. I will remember all our cruises, the fun silly adventures we took, trying new beers, and just enjoying a good meal and chatting about the daily adventures of day to day living. I hope your sailing among the oceans, walking with your dogs, running on the greatest beaches, watching the sunsets and sunrises and dancing among your family. There are no goodbyes for us. Wherever you are, you will always have a special place in my heart. Friends forever Seanyyyyyy till we meet again.


February 15, 2020

As your Mom I find it almost impossible to put one word down here. To me, it's a gesture admitting to myself that you are no longer in this world with me. No more hearing you say I love you Mom.

You were a complete joy from the day I gave birth to you. A happy go lucky kid who constantly smiled and always hung close to my side no matter what room I was in. I remember the times we read books together and your favorite book being Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now. You never demanded my attention but you were the kind of kid that was happy with just being.

You were loved by everyone that got to know you and soon became your friend the moment you were introduced. An example of that was when you were battling cancer. Nurse Karen and you held a close friendship long after your cancer treatments which included kayaking, going to great adventure, cutting down Christmas trees, working for the same company and ice skating at the rink.

Your God parents Nancy and Ron Picard were there with you from the day you were born. We all spent time together at church and family/friend get togethers along with growing up with their children Michele and Ricky.

Diane (wheat Mom) will always remember the fun times we had going on the cruise together and of coarse she got to watch you grow up since you were fours years old.

Caylee will miss her Uncle Sean so much. I am so glad she got to know you but it hurts me even more to see her loose such a valuable person, role model and most of all uncle.

Leaving behind your sister April and brother Joey isn't something you planned. I never wanted any of my kids to loose a sibling as I know that pain oh so well but they both have the comfort knowing you will be reunited one day.

All our souls are forever connected and I will listen for your voice because I know you will always be close by. I Love You Mom

Jose R Toro

February 13, 2020

Wow! I am speechless!!! Jefe( boss in spanish) many good times We had when I was delivering to Dunkin, many times You fixed my screw ups.Wow !!! Working hands went to rest with Our Lord and Saviour. My deepest condolences to the family. Jose Toro, Your Dunkin driver.

Krystyna Ademi

February 4, 2020

Wow you was such an amazing man. Rip my friend I will miss that smile that warmed my heart

April Spencer

February 2, 2020

I love you uncle Sean!

April Spencer

February 2, 2020

April Spencer

February 2, 2020

My dear brother Sean,
It's so hard to believe you are no longer here on earth but in Heaven now with so many other family and friends. You were the best brother and friend a sister could ever ask for. I miss our video chats, calls and life will never be the same without you. Caylee loves you so much and I'm thankful you came to NH this past Christmas for a little family get together. I will forever cherish our memories and never forget the good times. Until we meet again Siiillllyyyyy! Love you forever April and Caylee

Rev.Dr.Kenneth Weldon

January 31, 2020

So sorry to learn about Sean. I coached him in hockey when he attended camps at Gordon College in Mass. for many years. Then he became a councellor sharing his talent with younger hockey players. I know Sean is now in Heaven because of his profession as Jesus Christ as his saviour. It was an honor to know him and Ill see him again someday.

Joyce Turco

January 30, 2020

Mike and Drew
So sorry for your loss, it will be difficult to carry on with such a big hole in your heart. Sean was always a friendly, kind person with a great big smile for everyone. He tried to please everyone and help anyone in need, he loved the kids in his life. Prayers to you and the rest of his family.