Sean Alan Rancourt

WATERVILLE – Sean Alan Rancourt, just 39 years old, of Waterville, left this world, on Friday May 31, 2024, doing what he loved, welding at Rockport Steel, In Rockport. Sean was born in Waterville Dec. 31, 1984, to Bernard Rancourt and Michele Rancourt.

Sean attended high school at Waterville Senior High, he completed his Welding Certification at Lyman Morse Fabrication, of Rockland, Maine. Sean could master many trades and never stopped learning. He excelled in welding and looked forward to opening his own fabrication and welding shop. Sean was on a path to a bright future. We are devastated by the loss of Sean. His future was bright, and he had his goals set, Sean was ready for life. Sean will always be remembered for his kind heart, his loving soul and his devotion to his family, and his signature grin, that he always shared.

Sean is survived by his father, Bernard Rancourt of Waterville, his mother, Michele Rancourt (Don Agee) of Sebastian, Fla; his son, Darius Ladainan Rancourt of Bangor; his brother Adam Rancourt (Leeanne) of Windsor, his sister, Amanda Deroche Rancourt (Marjorie); nephew, Levi; his sister, Katelyn Rancourt (Jaime Dawe); his nieces Audrianna, Adielynne and future baby to be named. Sean was excited for an additional life to be added to his world.

Sean will be lovingly missed and remembered by his uncle, Reggie and aunt, Marie Rancourt, his aunt Betty and uncle Dan McCaslin, his aunt Roslind and uncle Lewis Smith, and his uncle Ricky Welch.

Sean‘s life recently was brightened by the addition of his love for Jessica Grierson of Rockland. They shared many positive goals and were on the path to a bright and lasting future.

Sean was previously deceased by his paternal grandparents Francis and Regina Rancourt of Waterville, maternal grandparents Clifford Welch (Jean) of Wilton, and Phyllis Woods (Leonard) of Waterville; his aunt, Jean Rancourt, Accomac, Va., his aunt, Sherry Rancourt, Waterville, uncle, Micheal and aunt, Denise Welch, Nashua, N.H.

Service for Sean will be held at St. Francis Cemetery, Grove St., Waterville on Thursday, June 13 at 11:30 a.m.

The family will be doing the traditional Welders send off. Each person can put their thoughts, jokes, or pictures on a welding rod. These will be placed with Sean, so he may weld the gates of heaven open and the gates of hell closed.

In lieu of flowers Sean would have liked for all to do a good deed for someone in need.

Sean Alan Rancourt

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