Condolences for Sean Rajesh Macoon

Received from Wayne & Karen Triebwasser

Sean always had a smile and a hello when we went to Valleyview LTC to see our Dad. Our condolences to his family and friends.


Received from Amber Benoit

I worked with Sean for over 10 years. I always looked forward to our spaghetti nights at the house aswell as our movie nights ! He will be soo missed . My deepest condolences to the family . I bet he’s sure rockin out to some Michael Jackson up there ! I’ll be sure to play the song BAD in memory of him tonight


Received from Sylvia Roe

So sorry to hear of the passing of Sean, we had lots of conversations at Guest Service at the Medicine Hat Mall.RIP dear.


Received from Brandon Thomas

I have known Sean since he was very young (1985 ish) , I have always admired his zeal for life. I was very blessed when given the opportunity to support him in his life. He was always very interested in music and had such a passion for creating music, he never had an attitude controlled by physical limitations. When we talked guitar , music recording etc, he had more passion than anyone I can think of on the subject ( “ Brandon , what do you think about fender bullet strings...”and we would talk for over an hour on the subject) . He will always be on my mind when it comes to remembering to appreciate a love for music. He was a role model for me , because his heart was with God and he stayed true to his passions. I will always remember the countless hours of discussions about living life and I look forward to the day we can continue in eternity. I am thankful and very blessed to have known him.


Received from Norene McDonald

With Deepest Sympathy to Sean's family. His daily visits will be missed, he never passed by the ladies at Guest Services in the mall without his warm smile and his "Good Morning Ladies how are you doing today?" Weather he was needing help with his bags or requesting to use the phone he was a delight to visit with.


Received from Kevin & Janice Bezler

We are so very sorry for your loss Macoon family. My husband Kevin and I so appreciated Sean, he was always ready to pray for any need that a person may have! He was always asking how he could pray for ministries at First Assembly and was always willing to share what God had shown him concerning the everything he had been praying about. We will miss you Sean but I can't imagine your face as you met Jesus and got to see your Mom! Blessings and comfort to all.


Received from Steve

My sincerest condolences to Nadia and Shamela, and your famillies... I trust that the memories you have of Sean, his love, and perseverance chasing his passions will give you peace during this time.

Sean.... I just heard the news, I know you are now dancing with your family in heaven, and I bet you will have your larger than life smile on your face. I hope you get to enjoy all of your favorite foods up there, and I bet the bacon double cheeseburgers are awesome..... I will miss you my friend... but down the road, we will meet (and eat) together again.


Received from Chelsie Pinnell

I was very sad to hear of Sean’s passing. I first met Sean when I was working at a store in the mall, he would pop in weekly to see what was new and exciting for sale, and we would chat. I then had the opportunity to reconnect with him a few years later in a different capacity. And more recently in a completely different scope. I always admired the way Sean would not hesitate to advocate for himself and others. I loved his passion for music, and that was something we alway find common ground in. Rest Easy Sean, you will be missed.


Received from Darrell Rieger

Sorry for your loss as he was a very good friend that would stop for popcorn and hot chocolate at the Old Kal Tire store. He was always so upbeat and was very kind to all
You will be missed for sure


Received from Ashley Rauchwarter

I am so sorry for your loss. Sean was an amazing person and very happy. I always enjoyed seeing him at the mall over the years. Much love and strength too you all.


Received from Susan Getz

My sincerest condolences on the passing of your brother. May your fond memories help you through this difficult time.


Received from Judy Taylor

My sincere condolences to Sean’s family. I have known Sean and his mum since they came to Medicine Hat. He always had a smile on his face, he loved to talk about what was going on in his life and mine. I will miss his sense of humour. Play music with the angels ,Sean.


Received from Dave & Lorraine Martens

Lorraine and I have known Sean for a long time. He had a lot of struggles but always had a smile. He was always pleasant to talk to. We will miss him. Lorraine and I send our condolences to the family, the Lord bless you and fill your hearts with love and peace.
Dave & Lorraine Martens


Received from Sharon Friesen-Pettem

I was so sorry to learn of Sean's passing. I've known him since he was a boy. Every time I'd see him, which was usually at the Mall, he was always so friendly, and it was fun catching up on everything. Heaven is rejoicing, but we will deeply Sean's presence here. There is comfort in knowing I will see him again some day, and he is united with my son, who Sean cared about so much.


Received from Elaine Humphrey

Our deepest condolences to Sean’s family. Always enjoyed talking to Sean when we went to Valleyview to visit our dad. He always had a smile and was so friendly, and had something nice to say.


Received from Brian Bowery

It makes me sad to hear of Sean's passing. I remember Sean would come to Levinsons Music store and join Ken and all us for coffee and conversation. He will be missed.


Received from Vladimir (Nadia) Shagin and Anya Popham (Shagin)

So very sorry to hear about Sean’s passing. Our Mama Nadia Shagin loved Sean very much as she took care of him in the 90’s at Redi. She often prayed for him and asked God to heal him. He got to see her in heaven as she departed just 9 days earlier prior to Sean. To Sean’s sisters: May God comfort your hearts with His peace. We love you.


Received from Myrna Cooper

I was so saddened when I read tonight of Sean’s passing. My family had a close connection with Sean. We picked him up and brought him to our home numerous times. We had 4 young children (1995/1986) and he adored them all. When our youngest daughter was born he held her and smothered her in kisses. He was such an asset to our family. My kids still speak of him fondly. I hadn’t seen him for years but saw him in the mall about 2 years ago and he remembered me and asked about my kids. Sending hugs to each of you and please know that Sean was a blessing to me and my family.


Received from Rob & Diane

We were very saddened to hear of Sean’s passing and we share in your sorrow. We always enjoyed our phone conversations and admired his zest for life, his championing of people with disabilities and his passion for music. We were very honored he called us ‘’Mom and Dad’.
Sean you were a warrior and now your battle is done. RIP.


Received from Lisa & Scott

We were so sorry to hear of Sean’s passing. Our hearts go out to you all. We hope that your love will carry you through the difficult journey ahead.


Received from James Evangelos

Sean was a regular at our music store. He made an indelible impression on the staff and will not be forgotten. We will miss him.


Received from Dennis and Maria

Our condolences to Nadia, Shamela and families. Through all life’s challenges Sean showed a steadfast faith in Jesus and was an encouragement to us by his example. We will miss his encouragement and prayers. Sean is no doubt making beautiful music in heaven and celebrating with his parents. We will meet again.


Received from Liz Bachmeier

I remember seeing Sean in the mall and other places in the community. Always friendly and up for a for conversation. Our condolences with his family. Sean will be missed.