Sean Aeryk MacDonald, 28, of Manchester, passed away on September 8, 2021, from injuries sustained from a motorcycle accident on his way to work. He was born in Manchester on February 3, 1993, the son of Raymond and Katherine (Desrochers) MacDonald. Sean was a 2011 graduate of Central High School and a 2015 graduate of Methodist University, NC where he graduated with a business administration degree. Sean had a zest for life. He had such a kind and generous soul. Everything he did he gave 110%. He loved and played all sports but his true passion ended up being soccer. He gave it everything he had on the soccer field but when the game was done, win or lose, he’d shake your hand and pat you on the back. He currently was a Seacoast United soccer coach. He worked on his uncle’s farm in upstate NY after college and loved it, then came back home to NH where he married the love of his life and was ecstatic to become a Dada to Brooks and couldn’t wait to find out whether they are having a girl or boy due in March. He lived for being a Dad. Sean was truly the best big brother there ever was and had a great group of lifetime friends. He had a passion for life, and was the life of the party. He could talk to anyone and put a smile on their face. He was currently working as a fire sprinkler installer for Blackwater Fire Suppression. He loved his job and the person he worked for. Sean will be so incredibly missed by all who knew him and had the privilege to love him. A beautiful person, gone much too soon. Family members include his wife, Margaret (Fitzgerald) MacDonald; his son Brooks Aeryk MacDonald of Manchester; and another child on the way; his parents of Candia, a beloved brother Evan MacDonald of Candia; his maternal grandmother, Simone Desrochers of Manchester; his paternal grandmother, Mary P. MacDonald of North Hampton; many aunts and uncles (both family and close dear friends), as well as many cousins, the best in-laws: coaches and teammates.
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