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Sean's Gone

Scott Mac

NAXJA Member #10
NAXJA Member
Dunedin, FL
He passed away early this morning in his sleep.
10-16-02 to 06-8-03 :( :(

I'll keep you guys posted as far as memorial sevices.

My heart felt thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I hope you find peace, and cherish the gift of time Sean spent with you. Godspeed my friend......

I am sorry to hear that.

Just remember that he is in good hands.
Sorry Scott...Prayers to you nad yours...
May he eat, sleep and Jeep happily in heaven. He is in good hands. :angel:
I offer you and your family my deepest condolences.

I can't even imagine how much pain you must be going through right now.

My prayers are with you.
Scott --

Don't know what to say, and it's very hard to type through tears anyway.

"I'm sorry" just sounds so lame.

God speed,
I am so sorry to hear.

It may not help, but my mother once told me:

"Dont cry because he's gone. Smile because he was here."

My family and friends will pray for you and yours.
Scott, I am so sorry for the loss and wish you and your family the best in the future. Me, Jeri, Skylar, Blake have you in our prayers.
i wish i could hug you both.....

and pour out my heart to my dear friends, but i'm not there to sit by your sides and cry with you.
Someone 'is' there beside you though, the One Who created this precious child to bless the world with for a few months, but to bless Heaven with for eternity.
do both of yourselves a real favor, and read just one verse: isiah chapter 1 verse 1.
shalom my precious friends,

It's been almost 15 years since my wife and I lost our daughter to SIDS - she was 3mo. old. Time will help with the immediate pain, but it still doesn't take much to get the tears flowing again. I don't know you Scott, but when I read your post and saw the picture of your son, I felt the pain all over again. I know that it hurts. My co-workers must be wondering why this guy is at his desk crying.
I called my wife and she e-mailed me this story that was from a devotional that we both found comforting after our daughter's death.
The Lord will guide you always; he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land and will strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail. (Isa. 58:11)

The children playing in the garden wanted to pick a flower for their mother. With lack of wisdom, but loving hearts, they pulled a large bud, enfolded in green, velvety leaves. Poor bud, untimely plucked for its parent stem, never to unfold as a thing of beauty, only left to wither and die! God's flowers are always wisely pulled. He wants the buds as well as the blossoms, but He guides His hands wittingly. He makes no mistakes. That lovely flower, as dear to you as life itself, is not left to wither and die. It is but transplanted to a sunnier land, to the King's own palace garden.

You will never forget how special you son was to you. God bless you, God bless your family, and especially God bless Sean.
We are praying for you!

-Craig Perez
Scott, my deepest heartfelt sympathies to you and the rest of your family.

Richard / XJguy

Very, very sorry for your loss. I can only echo some of the deep sentiments expressed here.

Mike in NJ