Sean Cameron MAY
1987 - 2016
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MAY, Sean Cameron
Sean Cameron May, 29, of Lake Worth, was born February 6, 1987 in West Palm Beach at Good Samaritan Hospital. Sean died peacefully at his home in Lake Worth on July 27, 2016 yet another victim of south Florida's heroin epidemic. Sean leaves behind his parents Carl and Barbara May also of Lake Worth, along with numerous cousins, aunts, uncles and one grandmother. In addition to his family he leaves behind countless friends and acquaintances. Sean was a big boy with a big heart and was known for his kindness to strangers and a burning desire to help those around him, especially those whom he felt were worse off than himself. He was forever offering to share food, his belongings and even a place to stay with those who needed it. He was smart, funny and full of talents but graphic arts and film editing were among his most notable. However it was the art of snook fishing where Sean really excelled. He learned this from his father but by the time he was a teenager he had far surpassed his dad at this skill. Sean also possessed the unique, and quite possibly unparalleled ability, to drive everyone around him crazy by arguing endlessly over even the most obvious of facts. He drove us all nuts, but we all loved him anyway. He was that kind of personality. We hold close the hope of being reunited with Sean in Jehovah's future resurrection. There will be a visitation for family and friends on Saturday, August 6, 2016 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM at the Del Lago Funeral Home, 131 South Lakeside Drive, Lake Worth.
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Published in The Palm Beach Post from Aug. 3 to Aug. 6, 2016.
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July 26, 2019
Many Prayers for the Family.
angileta henriksen
August 9, 2016
I'm so sorry go your lose. I met Sean years ago when he came up north to Michigan with my sisters family he was so kind and full of life it's so comforting to know Jehovah holds him in his memory and he will be given back to the people who love him. Your family will be in my prayers
Todd Carey
August 8, 2016
I know your pain, as Iost my daughter, my heart aches, I am so sorry
August 7, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss of your beautiful son.
Kay Jones
August 6, 2016
I do not know you, but felt compelled to reach out and tell you that I am praying for you-asking God to cover you with comfort and a way that only He can. Thank you for selflessly sharing Your story. Praying that it will open the eyes of others whose lives have been taken over by any monstrous addiction. I am so very sorry for your loss.
Sandy Ensworth
August 5, 2016
Carl and Barbara, we love you all so much. Our hearts are broken for the loss of Sean. We can't begin to imagine your pain as parents ourselves and knowing Sean since he was a little boy. We can only hope that by our words and actions to be supportive and encouraging to you while we anxiously await seeing Sean once again in the promised resurrection. Our thoughts and prayers continue with you. You both are quite possibly the nicest, coolest couple that we know and the thought of you being in pain is awful. Please know we love you both.
David, Holly, Zachary, Piper & Grant Olerich
August 3, 2016
Barbara and Carl, I am so sorry for your loss. There are just no words, Your family is in my prayers
Angie Henriksen
August 3, 2016
Please accept my sincerest sympathies in the loss of your beautiful son. Although I do not know any of you, I felt compelled to write this and commend your courage for not hiding the cause of his death. I hope it will touch someone going through this and inspire them to get help. God bless you all.
Jane Doe
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