Sean Tobin Obituary, Death – Sean Tobin of North Salem, NY, has sadly passed away unexpectedly leaving loved ones and family in grief and agony. Sean was able to complete his secondary education in the same city in which he had attended elementary school after moving to Neenah, Wisconsin with his family when he was still a young child. Shortly after completing his high school education, Sean applied to and was accepted into the graduate programs of both the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and the University of Minnesota.
The enthusiasm for life that Sean exuded was infectious, and he yearned to live an extravagant lifestyle with every fiber of his being. Sean’s zeal for life was contagious. He was not only talented as a guitarist, but he was also a songwriter and a performer. He was a three-in-one musician. He possessed a great deal of talent. In Minneapolis, he formed a band that they called “Aziza,” which gave him the chance to perform his original compositions in front of a real audience for the first time. Sean had a strong yearning to explore every corner of the globe, but the town of Puckane, which was situated in the country of Ireland, held a special place in his affections.
In addition to this, Sean possessed a profound and unending fondness for all kinds of different animals. Reading, riding his bike, and spending quality time with the people he cared most about, including his family and friends, were some of his favorite things to do in his spare time. He also enjoyed spending time with his friends and family. Sean was known for his generosity and kindness toward others, which contributed to his reputation for having a gentle spirit. Despite the fact that we are going to miss Sean terribly, we will always remember him with a warm and fond sentiment.
He is survived by his parents, Michael and Rosemary; a brother, Matthew (Margo) Tobin, and their son, Declan, all of whom live in Jacksonville, Florida; a sister, Sarah Tobin, who also lives in Jacksonville, Florida; his grandmother, Joan Tobin, who lives in St. Louis, Missouri; a very special aunt, Susan Kennedy; many other aunts, uncles, cousins, and a large number of friends.
He will be greatly missed by all of his relatives and friends Everyone who knew and loved him will miss him very much after his passing. Everyone will grieve his passing in their own unique ways. Before he was even conceived, both of his grandfathers, Paul R. Tobin and Jimmy Kennedy, as well as both of his grandmother’s parents, Jimmy and Rita Kennedy, had already passed away. His great-grandmother, Rita Kennedy, had also passed away.