I am so sorry for your loss and want you to know you have my deepest sympathy. Sean was a wonderful guy, great fun to golf with and a real asset to the communities he was involved with. He will be dearly missed by all of us. I apologize for not being able to make the Memorial today at Canyon Meadows but due to health issues I will there.
Dear Wendy, Sean Jnr and Amy, Heather and Colin. Sending our love and condolences to you and keeping you in our thoughts, especially today as you celebrate Sean's life. We have wonderful memories of your time here in Australia and only wish we could be there with you to show our love and support during this difficult time. Much love to you all from your Australian family. xxx Glynis, Michael and Sam.
Sean lived life to the fullest in all aspects, he loved his family, his friends, his golf and his Calgary Flames, just to name a few. When I first met Colleen's big brother in grade 7, I was a little intimidated by this exuberant, jovial big guy, but shortly there after I realized he was passionate about family, sports and having fun. Michael expressed his fondness for Sean's witty sense of humour and the great times spent at Ranahans during the Calgary Stampede.
Michael and I will miss Sean dearly and we are sad and sorry we will not be able to attend his Celebration of Life. Our thoughts and prayers are with Wendy, Sean Jr, Heather, Colleen, Allan and family.
Sheila and Michael Greenberg
Wendy, we are so sorry to hear about Sean's untimely death. You and your family are in our hearts and prayers during this difficult time. He will be missed by many. Don & Annabel Basnett
Great and memorable times playing baseball against Sean and the Dogan's! Lots of laughs and a beer after. Truly a good guy and will be missed. Lost to early in life. My deepest condolences to his family.
Wendy & Family
So sorry to hear of Sean;s untimely passing. I was fortunate to be able to work with Sean at the Shaw Charity Classic and after working with him for the first three years,, there was no doubt in our minds that he was the one to take over the management of the Volunteers. As expected, he did an outstanding job and will be sorely missed by everyone associated with the tournament.
Sandy and I send our regrets and condolences. Unfortunately we will not be there for the celebration of Sean;s life but will have you in our thoughts and prayers.
All the best,
Roger & Sandy Stuber
Our heart goes out to you and your family Wendy. Sean was a good friend to many. Please accept our sympathy.
Wendy. Words cannot express the shock and grief I felt and am feeling having heard of Sean's passing. He was a great friend and an awesome leader at our club. He will be tremendously missed by those of us who worked and played closely with him. Know we are here for you and will be with you in our thoughts an prayers on December 1st. So sorry we cannot be in Calgary to help you celebrate his life. Stay strong and know that he is out of pain and in a good place.
Dear Wendy and family,
So very sorry to hear of Sean's passing. Guy and I send our deepest sympathies to you all. We will keep you in our thoughts.
Warm regards, Joni and Guy, Douglasbank Crescent.
Dear Wendy and family - sending big hugs and love to you all. Sean was such a great guy and it’s hard to believe he left us so quickly. I was fortunate to have a few days with him at the DOGAN Cup this year which he won. He was our Commissioner’ and will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Bill Mooney and family.