Seth was passionate. Whether it was his collections, his music, sports, his family
or his many, many friends. He was passionate. Never selfish and a huge heart –
it’s no surprise that so many considered him their best friend. He loved them all
and he loved life. Yet on the 18th day of his 18th year Seth lost his.
When Seth was a toddler he discovered the world of sports. From there on in
he immersed himself in that world. Perhaps you saw him at a park playing
soccer, baseball, football, basketball, or tennis. Maybe you saw him at age 12
crossing the finish line at Long Island’s 1/2 Marathon – 1st in his age group.
Maybe you were watching professional tennis on TV and saw him as a
ballperson. More than likely you saw him as the incredibly enthusiastic and
devoted fan at baseball, football, and hockey games. You’d remember him –
because his passion was evident in his smile.
Seth was just weeks from starting college when we lost him in a tragic accident.
His goal was to to study Sports Management. And more. He wanted to
understand it all. He planned to also study marketing, economics, and most
importantly, law. His dreams were big. He planned to go far.
Angel Answers Mother’s Prayers