Friday, September 2, 2011

My Cousin

WINCHENDON – Sean D. Caron, 25, of 274 Spring Street, Winchendon, died Wednesday, August 31st.

He was born in Concord, MA on June 4, 1986 and had lived in Winchendon for most of his life. He was an excellent craftsman and carpenter and enjoyed working with his dad. Sean enjoyed and loved riding Dirt Bikes, fishing and flying remote airplanes. He loved his pickup truck and most of all loved “Buddy”, the family dog. Sean attended Murdock High School.

He leaves his Mom, Vicki L. (Spence) Caron and Dad, David N. Caron of Winchendon; his paternal grandparents Arthur and Eva Caron of Winchendon; his aunt Shelley Hazer and uncle Kaleem Hazer Jr of NJ; his uncle Frank Spence of Maynard, MA, his aunt, Suzanne D’Amore of Gardner; his aunt Helen Doyle and husband John of Utah and many cousins in California, Utah, Colorado, Nebraska and Massachusetts. He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Richard and Elsie Spence of Maynard, MA, and his uncle Paul Caron of Colorado.

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Sean's death was a surprise to all of us.

It was a reminder that tomorrow is not a guarantee and at any moment, someone you love can be taken away. Don't wait until tomorrow to call someone you haven't talked to in a while. Don't wait until tomorrow to tell someone what they mean to you. Don't wait until tomorrow to appreciate the people in your life.

Don't wait.

Because tomorrow might never come.

3 comments:

Erin said...

So sorry for your loss. Time truly is precious. We tend to forget that in our day to day life.

Robbie and Mindy said...

I'm sorry for you loss. I lost a dear cousin a year ago. He was only 30, healthy, and had a heart attack. It definetely reminds you to cherish every moment because you never know what might happen.

Aceneth Warner said...

so sorry to hear that. He was so young. You are right, you never know if today is your last day. prayers for you and your family.