Seth T. Wootten

February 7, 2011

Seth T. Wootten, 27 of Oswego died Monday February 7, 2011. He was born in Rochester and has been a resident of the Oswego-Scriba area since 1997. Seth was an apprentice for the Boilermaker’s Local #175, Oswego, working at Entergy Nuclear Northeast. Seth is survived by his siblings Nathanael (MaryBeth) Wootten of CT., Joseph (Christy) Johnson of Oswego, Amy (Eric) Bresee of Oswego, his grandparents Angus & Batya Wootten of Fl, Beatrice Johnson of Attica, NY, and several nieces, nephews aunts and uncles. Seth’s parents David & Laurie Ann Marrano Johnson will be receiving family and close friends to there home at 271 Creamery Rd, Oswego Thursday 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. Seth would always say, Lookin’ for the right signs and riding on the white lines just trying to find my way to life. The arrangements are in the care of the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home, 147 West Fourth St.

3 thoughts on “Seth T. Wootten

  1. To Seth’s family.
    My deepest condolences on your loss of your beloved son, Seth. My heart aches for you as I truly understand the pain you are feeling. I lost my son, Patrick, at 27, almost 2 years ago. The pain never goes away; eases with time. Keep Seth’s memories alive and cherish them so ever close to your hearts. May God give you strength as you grieve your loss.

    Susan-Kealoha Capone
    Mother of a Fallen Hero

  2. Dear Laurie, David and Nate,

    I am so so sorry to hear about Seth. Words can’t even begin to describe how I am feeling about all of this. I wish there was something I could say or do to take all of this pain away from you. Seth was an amazing person, and a great friend. I will never forget all of the time we spent together and all of the memories we have shared, he smile, his laugh, his personality. He made a huge impact on my life and I will always remember him at his happiest of times. I think that he would want us to know that he is no longer hurting and he is now at peace. I hope you can find the strength to see him like that. I love you guys, and I am always here for you no matter what! xoxo

    With deepest sympathy,
    Jessica Lloyd

  3. Please accept my deepest condolences on loss of your loved one. Please be assured that Seth and all of you are in our prayers now and in the days ahead. Here is something that always provide me comfort.

    The Little Ship

    I stood watching as the little ship sailed out to sea. The setting sun tinted his white sail with a golden light, and as he disappeared from sight a voice at my side whispered, “He is gone”.

    But the sea was a narrow one. On the farther shore a little band of friends had gathered to watch and wait in happy expectation. Suddenly, they caught sight of the tiny sail and, at the very moment when my companion had whispered, “He is gone” a glad shout went up in joyous welcome, “Here he comes!”

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