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Welcome to the memorial page for

Sean "Ace" O'Connor

January 5, 1982 ~ August 22, 2017 (age 35) 35 Years Old

Sean "Ace" O'Connor  beloved son, brother, entrepreneur, and visionary was born January 5, 1982 in Bridgeport Connecticut.  He was such a blessing to Terry and Mark O'Connor that his Poppa nicknamed him Ace because he was the first grandchild. Sean wore that nickname so proudly. There are others too; Ace Pimp, Scooby, the Mayor of Boca, and in sports he was Bulldog. Sean was a lifetime resident of Boca Raton. He has touched, inspired, and affected so many lives through his positivity, wisdom, upbeat attitude and infectious smile. He often had a full of the dickens look and his belly laugh was contagious.  His special soul, enormous heart, and his vast wisdom beyond his years are just a few of his innumerable unforgettable qualities. Sean had many business ventures. He never wanted to clock in or use an alarm clock to work a JOB. He was at the top of everything he worked on including Excel Communications, Real Estate, and Nussentials. His visionary dreams became reality with his creation of his own companies, Superhero Scramble,, and Road Warrior, his joint endeavor with the love of his life and soulmate, Caro. Their fur babies, Ua and Bruiser traveled across the world right by their side.

Sean attended Advent Lutheran preschool, Saint Joan of Arc for K-8 where his popularity with the girls landed him in the principal's office with Sister Ellen on so many occasions. Sean graduated from Pope John Paul High school with the class of 2000. He and his classmates are still very connected and close knit like family members. College began at University of North Florida and graduated from FAU in 2007 with a degree in Business Administration.

Sean had a passion for life. He made it a point to always stay positive, change lives, and make a difference anywhere he could. His mission was to live life on his own terms with determination, passion and purpose propelled by knowing his Poppa wasn't able to realize his own dreams. Sean was an avid adventurist, dreamer, traveler, extreme sport  enthusiast, and winner of so many excellence awards. He inspired people worldwide to live for today, make each day count, and live in gratitude. Sean and Caro, the Road Warriors were in the mountains of North Carolina to view and experience the solar eclipse when Ace was tragically taken from us too soon.

Sean leaves behind his father Mark J. O'Connor and his wife Theresa, his mom, Terry "TKO" O'Connor and his sister Kelly Jeanne O'Connor and Tabitha O'Connor.

There will be a memorial service/celebration of Sean's life held on August 31st from 4- 8 PM at Glick Funeral Home 3600 North Federal Highway in Boca Raton where he can be viewed and memorialized. He will be cremated.

Once the love of his life Caro returns home to South Florida we will be having a celebration of his life at his beloved South End Delray Beach where everyone can come together for a paddle/surf out to say our farewells in the ocean he loved so passionately until we meet again
Oceans of love ~ ACE

 Service Information

August 31, 2017

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Glick Family Funeral Home
3600 North Federal Highway
Boca Raton, Florida 33431

Time of Remembrance
August 31, 2017

6:30 PM
Glick Family Funeral Home
3600 North Federal Highway
Boca Raton, Florida 33431

Please consider making a donation to raise much needed funds to cover the funeral expenses and support the family.

No donation is too small and your support would be greatly appreciated.

August 25, 2017 3:40 pm

$25 from Bob and Sheryl Silverio

So sorry for you loss. Our prayers are with your and Caro's family. ??????

We are full timing in our motorhome and we are regretfully too far away to make the service for Sean.

God bless!

August 25, 2017 7:20 pm

$50 from a private donor

August 26, 2017 11:24 am

$100 from Toni & Igor Shrayev

Sean will live forever in our hearts

August 26, 2017 7:06 pm

$150 from Randy & Amy Splane

Terry & Kelly ,
We are heartbroken for you . So glad you have all the videos & memories .
Amy & Randy

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