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In Loving Memory of

Sean David Fiander

1961 - 2019

Obituary of Sean David Fiander

Fiander, Sean David

surrounded by family passed away Friday October 4, 2019 at St. Catharines General Hospital at the age of 57. Lovingly missed by his twin brother Stacy (Marilyn), siblings, Cathy (Lorne) May, Richard Sewell and sister-in-law Sulee Sewell. Uncle Sean will be remembered by his nieces and nephews, Tim (Shannon) Sewell, Jeff (Lisa) Sewell, Matthew, Tim, Bryan, Daniel, Trevor, Christopher, Jennifer, Christina, Nelson and Rikki-lynne, and will sadly missed by his great nieces and nephews Olivia and Graydon, Erin, Samantha and Kyla and his step-son Dylan. Predeceased by his parents Doris and Eddie Fiander and brothers Gord Sewell and Eddie Jr. Fiander.

Sean loved to spend his spare time on the open roads riding his Harley. His passion for all things motorcycles and vehicle was proven through his 30 years of employment through General Motors Canada. Sean also enjoyed hunting, fishing and traveling. He will be missed by all that knew him.

As per Sean’s wishes, cremation has taken place. The family would like to thank the Emergency and ICU staff at St. Catharines General Hospital for their compassion and loving support during Sean’s stay there. In honour of Sean a memorial motorcycle ride will take place in the summer of 2020. For those who wish, memorial donations may be made to SickKids or the Lincoln County Humane Society.

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Elaine Epp
4 years ago

I was so saddened to hear of Sean’s passing. He will always hold a special place in my heart. My sincere condolences to his family and all those who loved him. May he RIP.

Anitra Bay Whidden
4 years ago

I was so sad to read on Facebook this morning that my cousin Sean had died on October 4. Sean and I met for the first time in the 90s when I took my mom, his aunt pearl to visit his Parents. I had a chance to chat with Sean when I went to Ontario to play hockey three years ago and spent an afternoon with him. Sean loved his family and friends with all his heart and always kept in touch. About a year ago Sean and I spoke on the phone and as per his ending of our phone conversations he would always say “love you Cuz”

I will never forget you Sean!
“love you too Cuz!”

Anitra Bay Whidden
Brookfield, NS

Ron Rothney
4 years ago

To uncle Stacy and extended families we offer our sincerest condolences, our thoughts are with you.
The Rothneys.

Mary Lalonde
4 years ago

Dear Stacy,Marilyn & Family,
I was shocked and saddened to hear of Sean’s passing.Just remember,he is at peace now. Fond memories of us kids all playing at your Mom and Dad’s house on Ontario St and Capner St.
Had to share this with you…..
Sean saw a picture of me and Duke on Deans tool box years ago at GM. Sean asked him, Why do you have a picture of my cousin on your tool box?
Dean said because that’s my wife and son. Then they had a laugh and introduced themselves. They didn’t work together. Always said Hello after that though.
Even though we grow apart, we still have each other, in our hearts. xo

Our Condolences

Love Cousin Mary,Dean,Mike & Duke

Hal Klassen
4 years ago

My condolences Stacy

Dan Kress
4 years ago

1992 Stacey Canoe trip EMS

Dan Kress
4 years ago

Stacey and Family. I’m so sorry to read about Seans passing. I’m shocked and saddened. I was just looking at a photo of a cannoe trip we were all on together back in 92. Sean was with us. Great guy. The pleasure was mine to have met him and periodically chat as we crossed paths through the years. Stacey my heart goes out to you and your family. Take care brother. Dan

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Gregg and Melissa Bayer
4 years ago

Thoughts and prayers to Uncle Sean’s blood family from his motorcycle family. We loved him very much. Hope to be up for the memorial ride.

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Johnny Adams
4 years ago

Uncle Sean, You were loved by your Kentucky U.S Family. I will cherish the rides and memories made while doing so and spending time with you. I vow to never forget you and only ask that you save a place for me on Heavens Highway. We will see you again My brother.
Johnny JRESQ Adams
Wilmore Kentucky
Brothers Keepers MC Lexington KY

Ruth Dueck Maltese
4 years ago

My condolences to Stacy, Marilyn & families on the loss of Sean. Gone too soon. May the memories you shared with him stay close to your heart.

Gloria Mascoe (Norton)
4 years ago

I am so sorry and send my condolences to you and your family in the loss of Sean. I will carry my memories of him and our youth in my heart.


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