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Sean Sobotka

d. July 7, 2024

Sean Sobotka, 31, of Brewerton, NY passed away after a tragic accident on July 7, 2024. He was born on December 29, 1992 in Syracuse, NY. Sean is survived by his father Stan; brother Stanley Jr.; sister Shannon; nephews Mariusz and Stockton, along with many other family and friends that will forever keep a piece of him in their hearts and cherish all theirmemories together.

 Sean is now reunited with his mother, Kathleen, who passed in 2022, whichgives his family comfort. He loved and missed her greatly. 

Sean was truly one of a kind and lived on the edge. His love for speed and thrills defined his outlook on life. He was a genuine person that had a smile that could light up any room. 

Sean lost the use of his arm in 2014 due to a snowmobile accident. After many doctors said he would never be able to ride again, he not only defied the odds by riding again, but was able to competitively race. 

He continued to show his hard work and determination when he began his business in 2017: One of a Kind Property Management. The name couldn’t have suited him better.

Sean touched many lives and will be missed dearly. His legacy will carryon forever.


Calling hours will be Tuesday, July 16 from 3-7pm at Burns-Garfield Funeral Home.3175 East Genesee St. Syracuse 13224. Please consider donating to Sean’s GoFundMe to help the family with expenses. https://gofund.me/9fbb50e5 (https://gofund.me/9fbb50e5)

“Godspeed.”

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