I am a member of Sean's graduating class at Ursuline. When classmates learned of his death, we were beyond heartbroken. Not one mean, unkind, unflattering thing was, or could have been said, about Sean who was by everyone’s account, a kind, gentle soul who graced our presence for 39 years. Our class has had our share of heartbreaks, several of us going too soon, with little reason or explanation. But, have they had their family trashed through the Youngstown Vindicator? The answer is NO. If the Vindicator feels that it is their responsibility to smear the deceased’s name through the mud, then the Vindicator should be thick with pages on all the mistakes of everyone in Youngstown. Sean was not involved in politics, and was not running for office. He had nothing to do with the running of a city, or the votes of a county. Shame on you for believing that this inaccurate and incomplete information is acceptable to publish! Shame on you for compounding the grief of his family and friends! Shame on you for having such a pathetic moral code and the inability to present information of what is truly important to the community. Stop the gossip and fishing for a story, Vindicator.
October 26, 2012 at 5:27 p.m.
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