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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