|Today January 2nd, 2016 is a day of
grieving, for Sean Randall Koller, my son, has passed on from this plane of
existence to the next one.
The cancer finally
took it's toll. He went in his sleep, please give a prayer in this moment
Sean Randall Koller, 35, of Hummelstown Pennsylvania, passed away peacefully
after a long battle with cancer.
Sean was born in Oceanside California on September 5th, 1980. He is the son
of Randall and Nancy (Jacobsen) Koller. He graduated from Vista High School
in 1998, later to become a plumber by trade.
In his free time he was an extremely talented musician and enjoyed all
genres of music. Sean was also a diehard gamer and an avid animal lover and
will be sorely missed by his dogs Koname, Tenchi, and his cat Gracie.
Sean is preceded in death by his grandparents.
He leaves behind his loving wife Nicole Gruber Koller of Hummelstown; his
parents, Randall and Nancy; and one sister Sheri Koller and her wife Amy Merriman.
A Memorial service was held Friday January 8th, 2016 at 1:00 PM at the
Harrisburg Friends Meeting 1100 North 6th St. Harrisburg PA .
In lieu of flowers; donations could be made to Harrisburg Friends Meeting.
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I am very glad Patricia and I made the arduous (for us)
trip to see Sean while he was still in reasonable health, it is the way I
will remember him.
My personal (Randy) beliefs, I don't believe in Death
per se. It is a doorway, a passing into the next level of existence. The
movie to the right is very close to my beliefs in what the after (next) life would
Sean on a trip to the Wild Animal Park, SD, CA
HS Band Uniform.
More pics of Sean
With his sister
At home Harrisburg, PA
Robin Williams: What Dreams May Come
1998 Rated PG-13 114 mins
When physician Chris Nielson dies in a
car accident and goes to heaven, his distraught wife commits suicide and
ends up in hell. Risking eternal damnation, Nielson leaves paradise and
embarks on an epic journey to save his spouse from Hades.