Sean Michael McCormack

Sean Michael McCormack died peacefully, surrounded by his loving family and friends on November 6, 2017 at the age of 51, after a 3-year battle with cancer. Sean was born on May 4, 1966 to Eleanore (Ryan) McCormack and James J. McCormack, Jr. in St. Joseph’s Hospital in Lowell, MA. Sean spent his childhood years in Nashua, NH. and enjoyed family vacations at Lake Winnipesaukee and Florida. Sean held a lifelong love of the outdoors. He enjoyed hiking at Mine Falls and spent a year in Arizona exploring the Grand Canyon trails. Upon his return he enrolled at Hesser College earning a degree in Graphic Design. Sean was an avid reader, interested in religion and spiritual growth, and is remembered as a kind and caring person, especially to his mother. Sean was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Joseph and Kathryne Ryan, by his paternal grandparents, James J. McCormack, Sr. and Josephine McCormack, and by his Aunt Martha Frazier. Sean is survived by his parents, Eleanore and James J. McCormack, his brother Timothy James McCormack, his wife Melissa McCormack and their two children Rory and Ally McCormack, by his brother Patrick Joseph McCormack and his wife Natsuko McCormack, many aunts, uncles and cousins, and by his cousin and best friend Cheryl. At the request of the family there will be no visiting hours. For those wishing to attend there will be a funeral mass at St. Margaret’s Church, 374 Stevens Street, Lowell, MA at 11:30 AM on November 18th. In lieu of flowers, Sean would prefer donations be sent to St. Jude’s Research Hospital for Children.

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