Zach and Ryan I’m so sorry for your loss. I can’t imagine how you boys are feeling. I never got to meet your dad. But seems like he accomplished a lot in such a short time. You boys should be proud of his career in the service and his accomplishments. He may not be here but i am sure he is watching over you.
I will always remember how Sean would hug Ryan . Sometimes Ryan would be playing at our house and it would be time for Sean to leave for work as a police officer. He would knock on the door and ask to see Ryan. Sean and Ryan would talk for a few moments and then hug. I always thought it was so sweet. Sean wanted Ryan to know he loved him.
I also remember how much Sean liked dogs. He was always so good with our old dog, Gracie. And when she had separation anxiety Sean talked to me about it and gave me some suggestions.
Ryan and Zach, I’m so sorry you lost your dad. I know it’s very difficult. We are always here if you need anything!
Love, Amybeth(and the whole Hancock family)
I was Sean's friend at fort Campbell. He was very competent,kind-nice, with a great temperament-personable. He was just a great human being. I could say more but his children probably experienced it. He was and still a great guy they will eventually see for eternity when God brings them there to do wonderful things with him once more. He is something special. I consider myself a wonderful human being, but Sean was the whole package.