May 26, 2018
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Sean Beaudoin

MARSHFIELD – March 19, 2013, our son Sean, known for his beautiful smile, was chosen by God to be one of his Angels after his short courageous battle with brain cancer. Sean was born March 6, 1980, in Lansdale, Pa., and at the age of three moved to the Machias area.
He attended school at Rose M. Gaffney and graduated from Machias Memorial High School, class of 1998. During high school he very much enjoyed playing soccer. He was an avid animal lover and enjoyed caring for others. This attribute pulled him into being a certified nurse’s aid and certified residential medication aid at Down East Community Hospital and Marshall Manor. He then moved from Maine to Virginia where he worked at several automobile dealerships achieving sales manager. Throughout his illness he had anywhere between 800-900 “prayer warriors” on his Facebook page: Sean Beaudoin Prayers.
Sean is survived by his wife, Jodi; daughter, Emily; two stepchildren, Josh and Justin Davis; mother, Janet Scott; the man who raised him from the age of three, Daniel Scott of Marshfield; father, David Beaudoin of Orlando, Fla.; brother, Daniel Beaudoin and wife, Jordan and children of St. Louis; special prayer warrior, Barbie Cyr of Sabattus; and many, many friends. He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Kenneth and Helen Vane; and paternal grandparents, Roland and Christine Beaudoin.
A celebration of Sean’s life will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, May 18, at Machias Valley Baptist Church. Burial will follow beside his grandparents in Getchell Cemetery, Marshfield. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to his mother, Janet Scott, 328 Northfield Road, Marshfield, ME 04654, to assist in the purchase of a grave stone for Sean and to establish a fund for his daughter Emily’s future, or to an animal charity of one’s choice. Condolences may be made on Sean Beaudoin Prayer Facebook page.

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