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Sean Robert Percey

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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Sean Robert Percey, 38, a resident of Van Buren Avenue in Oakland, and formerly of Bennington, Vt., died Monday, Sept., 11, 2006, at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco.

Sean was born in Springfield, Vt., on Sept. 26, 1967, the son of Robert and Mary E. (Mavilla) Percey. He received his education in Bennington, Vt., schools and was a graduate of Mount Anthony Union High School class of 1986.

He moved from Bennington, Vt., to San Francisco 10 years ago and worked as a restaurant bartender.

Sean was formerly involved in the martial arts, enjoyed to read, listening to all kinds of music, enjoyed traveling and was a San Francisco 49’ers football fan.

Sean is survived by his life partner Nada Poore of Oakland; his parents Robert and Mary Percey of Bennington, Vt.; his brothers Scott Percey and his wife, Elizabeth, and Aron Percey all of Bennington, Vt.; his uncle Ralph Mavilla and his wife, Linda; his aunt Tina Hernandez and her husband, Richard, of Bennington, Vt.; uncle, Kenneth Percey, and his wife, Ellen, of Pennsylvania; his nephews Robert Percey and Matthew Chenaille; and nieces Carolynn and Brianna Percey.

A celebration of the life of Sean Percey will be held Monday, Sept. 25, 2006, at 11 a.m. at Hanson-Walbridge Funeral Home 213 West Main Street Bennington, Vt. The Rev. Deborah Estey, Pastor of the First United Methodist Church will conduct the service.

Interment will follow in the family lot in Hindsdillville Cemetery in North Bennington. There are no visiting hours.

If friends desire, memorial gifts in Sean’s memory may be made to the Interfaith Council Food and Fuel Fund, c/o Hanson-Walbridge Funeral Home P. O. Box 957 Bennington, VT. 05201. To send e-mail condolences visit www.sheafuneralhomes.com. Arrangements are under the care of Hanson-Walbridge Funeral Home 213 West Main St., Bennington.
Published in Bennington Banner on Sept. 22, 2006
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