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July 17, 2018

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May 27, 2017
I was a friend of Sean from First grade until High School. We got into some trouble together (and should have gotten into a lot more) and had a lot of fun as well. We had reconnected after thirty-plus years of living our post-High School lives and saw him a few times during his last years.<br />I still have a text from him, from October of 2016, in my phone. Only recently did I learn that he passed away.<br />He was a great guy, as solid as they come, and as courageous and anyone I have ever known.<br />I'll miss him, but will look forward to seeing him on the other side.<br />Love you, man
February 15, 2017
Margaret, Every time we flew to St Anthony North to get fuel, Sean would take a detour over to Regis to see you. He would fly over the campus, looking out through the window, searching for you. He would say "gotta say hi to my baby." Then he would tell us the latest about school, graduation, and eventually the new job. He was so proud of you. Then he would bank the helicopter and go screaming into north. We loved it! And he loved you more than he could ever express.
January 15, 2017
Margaret,
Memories of Sean, where does one start? I knew Sean in the Marines. I know he later joined the Army, but I'm going to a say deep down, he's straight -up Jarhead. Please understand, for us (as you know) that's a chest pounding term of endearment. I'm sure that will ruffle some feathers. I can imagine Sean flying helicopters for the Army and thinking as a Marine; a little faster, a little harder and If I break it I'll fix it. As a Boot I met Sean for the first time; the Guy is Locked and he's got a jaw like What the heck, does he chews nails and spits bullets. First impressions are a lot but once you got to know him, Sean, was way deeper than that. His thirst for knowledge was second to none, alwaysalways with his nose in a manual or a book. But he also, had that ability to just sit, talk and listen, or lend you an honest opinion, usually with no sugar on it. Genuine Sean! I know being in helicopters was something Sean took with a passion. I must say learning from Sean, to be a mechanic and later air crew was let's just say not always a joy. Learning the Marine way usually involves a lot of sweat equity in the form of Push-ups, He made you want it, no quitters! But he didn't demand anything from you that he wasn't doing himself. Be the smartest guy in the aircraft! For Sean, the whole game plan was to work on themwhich leads to fixing them which leads testing, and having a chance of being in the front seat telling a pilot what flight configuration he needwhich leads to getting on the flight controls. This ultimately, lead to Sean flying around the beaches off southern California in a million-dollar Marine helicopter with grin on his face. From that point on I think the rest was history. Sean had that, One more gear! And he needed to humbly putting it to use in something that was bigger than himself. In doing so, I think he had an ability to, make everything better and have a positive influence everyone around him. It was an honor to know him!
January 15, 2017
Margaret, I don't know if you realize that Sean is literally plastered on the wall of almost every Air Methods base in the US. I landed at Stanford hospital today in San Francisco and went into the Pilots office to chat while the Med crews delivered the patient. There on the wall above the entrance door was Sean's face. I preceded to tell this pilot all about Sean and he listened very interested in this man of mystery. His legacy lives on, and the crews walking out the door daily to save lives will have Sean watching over them all over this country as they carry on his mission. Semper Fi Marine, proud to have called you my warrant officer brother in arms. RIP CW3 Sebern, we got it from here.