May 13, 1985 – April 26, 2018
On Thursday, April 26, 2018, Sean D. Parker, son, brother, partner and friend, passed away suddenly at the age of 32.
Sean will be forever remembered by his parents, Jeffrey and Michele Parker; his siblings, Seth Parker, Ryan Parker and Laura Macklin; his sisters-in-law Reinee Parker and Becky Kucsan, brother-in-law Justin Macklin, as well as his numerous nieces and nephew. Sean was devoted to his predeceased beloved, Ashley Henningsen.
A member of the class of 2004 at Lincoln-Sudbury High School, Sean was a voracious reader of history, avid snow boarder, weightlifter, soccer player, mountain biker, video gamer and scuba diver. He regularly volunteered at the Humane Society and was an active member of AA.
A memorial service will be held Friday, May 4th at 2PM at the Memorial Congregational Church, 26 Concord Road, Sudbury, MA. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Faces & Voices of Recovery. For additional information, tributes and guestbook please visit: Duckett-Waterman.com
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May 10, 2018
I worked with sean for the last several years. I always loved his smile and charm . I'm so sad to hear and will miss him. My heart breaks for his family . I have faith that the Lord has a special duties for him and his fun personality. He was a blessing to many of us.
May 1, 2018
Dear Michele, Jeffrey and Family:
We are so sorry for your profound loss. We wish you peace and comfort with the treasured memories of Sean. We know all too well the pain you are in..... I remember Sean helping Michael with his physics homework one day - so generous. Know we are thinking of you during this tragic time - feel free to call anytime. God bless, Diane, Dennis and Julianne Albano (978 609 2918)
May 1, 2018
We knew Sean mostly through the love of his parents, which was boundless, and that still abides and will continue to abide. We think of the classic boy, running happily after his siblings with perfect mop top of Parker hair bouncing. His father always told us what a soccer prodigy he was, and I imagine him racing down the field with the ball. But then he had more serious things to ponder. Now we imagine him free to run again. Run Sean run.
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