It is with a very heavy heart that I share with you that Sean Webb passed away with this morning. Sean was a husband, father, son, brother, friend, someone who brought joy to others through his life and through comedy. Please remember all the joy he brought to you and others please celebrate the way he lived. We are continuing to raise funds for his family during their time of need. Please share this as Sean’s network of family and friends reaches far and wide.
Sean’s main focus throughout was to make sure his wife Christy and boys Nick and Christian, were taken care of. We would like to continue to fulfill that in memory of a great person.
Please send out prayers and good vibes to Sean and his family. Sean has been fighting hard and is currently in the ICU. Now more than ever he needs good energy sent his way. If you can help him and his family in any way you can donate here. If there are other ways you would like to help please leave a message on the contact link above.
Thank you on behalf of Sean, his family and friends!
Sean Webb is a husband, father of two boys, friend, actor and a staple in the local Wilmington, NC comedy scene. He is also a die-hard Cleveland Browns fan (seriously, he has even liked them during their worst years). In August of this year, Sean was diagnosed with melanoma a type of cancer. He had surgery to remove the cancerous lymph nodes in his neck with the hopes with that with some medication and a few rounds of radiation he would be cancer free. At the end of October, Sean went for another test that found the cancer was still there and could have possibly spread to other parts of his body. So he is preparing for the next round of this battle. During this round Sean, who works with people with special needs, will need to be out of work while in treatment. This could not come at a worse time while raising a family with the holidays approaching. Sean has always been involved with fundraising for those in need performing in Laughing for Life and producing the annual “5 Minutes to Wapner” a benefit show to raise funds for Autism research. So please join us by helping Sean and his family during this difficult time. Donate what you can using the links on the site and share. We know its a tough time for everyone if you cannot donate please just pass this on to others using Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Email and more.
For those in and around the Wilmington, NC Area come to Orton’s 133 North Front Street, Wilmington, NC 28401 on November 22nd at 7:30 pm as we have a benefit comedy show to raise funds for Sean and his family a minimum donation of $5 at the door, there will be a 50/50 drawing and more.