John "Sean" Fitzgerald Carroll

John Fitzgerald (Sean) Carroll passed away November 13th in Fremont Ca. He was born August 7, 1964 in Fremont to the late Martin and Marguerite Carroll. Fremont has been Sean's home his entire life. Sean worked for Membrane Technology and Research and enjoyed spending his spare time in the outdoors, especially camping in the Sierras. He leaves behind his sister Alice (Mi-Mi) Carroll, brother and sister in law Patrick and Diana Carroll and their four children Michael, Nicole, Sean, Kyle and his many Aunts, Uncles and Cousins. Private Family services will be held for Sean. For further information please visit

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  1. To the Carroll family – My prayers and thoughts with you all. I know Sean is at peace now and hope that in the coming days, weeks and months each of you can find comfort in knowing that.

  2. For the Carroll family: Our deepest sympathy for your loss and prayers go out for Sean and his family at this time. Although we are all sad for not having him with us now, Heaven just greatly improved.

    The Gibney family

  3. Mi-MI and Pat…My heart truly goes out to you both. I’m so glad that Nicole and I got to see Sean in January. Sean is in a better place, pain free. You guys stay strong…love you both <3

  4. Mimi,
    My heart goes out to your family. I didn’t know your brother, but you made me feel like I did! Bless you and your families journey.

  5. Dear sweet Mimi, My thoughts and prey’s go out to you and Pat. Sean is in no more pain and is at peace. My John and now your John are in heaven and are bros hanging out. I love you, if you need anything I’m right here.

  6. To Pat and MiMi, so sorry to hear about your brother Sean. So sad to be gone at such a young age but at least he is at ease and all his pain is gone. Thoughts are with you at this time. Love to see you at the near future. My thoughts go back to 1974 or there abouts when ye were all home with mam and dad, crazy how the years have gone so fast.

  7. Dear Pat and MiMi, So sorry to hear about Sean. He was much too young to suffer as he did and to leave this earth so soon. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless you in this most difficult time.

  8. Sean, your courageous battle against cancer was an example to us all on how to live life with grace, humor and humility, no matter what obstacles are put before us. Rest well knowing that you didn’t lose your fight but taught us all a lesson in courage and fortitude. Thank you for the memories, dear Cousin.

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