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Sean Patrick O'Brien

October 2, 1969 November 24, 2010
Sean Patrick O'Brien
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Obituary for Sean Patrick O'Brien

Sean Patrick O'Brien of Novi and formerly of Brighton, died at home in the care of his family after a seven year battle with cancer. He was 41 years old. Born in Ann Arbor on October 2, 1969, he was the son of Kevin and Donna (Dubs) O'Brien. He grew up in Hartland, attending school there through the eighth grade then graduating from Brother Rice High School in 1987. He attended Hillsdale College and graduated from the University of Toledo in 1992 where he majored in Psychology and English.

He went to work for the Posa-Cut Corporation and eventually became Vice President of Sales. In 1994 he married Diana Rorex and they were blessed with four beautiful daughters. Sean O'Brien loved his life and his family and was an inspiration to many in the way he lived to his fullest in spite of the cancer.

In addition to his wife of sixteen years, and his parents, he is survived by his four daughters, Morgan, Ashley, Caitlin and Delaney, his brothers, Kevin O'Brien, Jr. and Chris (Ellen) O'Brien, his grandmother, Sophie Dubs and loving aunts, an uncle, nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of dear friends who join with his family in mourning the death of a good man and giving thanks to God for his life among them.

A Memorial Service will be held at Brighton Christian Church, 4309 Buno Rd, Brighton on Saturday, November 27, 2010 at 11 AM. Pastor Joe Kohler to officiate. Friends may gather from 10:30 until time of Service. A luncheon will follow at the Church. Memorial donations may be made to the Sean O�Brien Memorial Fund, for his children's education. For further information please contact Lynch & Sons Funeral Directors, Brighton at 810-229-2905.


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