Nathan Bryan Sesco, age 24, of Rockledge, Florida earned his angel wings on February 6, 2019. Nathan was born July 18, 1994 in Melbourne, Florida to Michelle Sesco and Bryan Sesco.
Left to mourn his passing and celebrate his life:
His mother, Michelle Sesco; his father Bryan Sesco; Step-Father, Steven Swift; Grandparents, Sue Lowe, Linda and Donald Sesco, Kathleen and Robert Straney; Great-Grandmother, Margie Smith; Step-Brothers, Colby Swift, Mitchell Swift, Chad Swift, Niece, Jaylyn Chalaire; Uncles, Kent Lowe and Andrew Kinner; Aunt, Kimberly Pankake; and Nephew, Jaxson Manjarres..
He is preceded in death by his Sister Brittney Marie Willis, Grandfather Jerry Lowe and Great-Grandfather Allen C. Smith.
Nathan graduated High School in Brevard County and attended Eastern Florida State College where he was close to accomplishing his AA Degree. Nathan had pride in life and his work, he enjoyed making people Happy, especially his patients. While working for Cape Canaveral Hospital, he would bring home comment cards from nurses and patients that would boast about him and his care for them. He was so very proud of those. After leaving his job he was considering a job as a Veterinary Technician, since he LOVED all animals. His support dog Maggie was his pride and joy; however, he also gave his love to his two other dogs Bronson and Skeeter.
He spent much of his free time on social media. He has so many friends that love and will greatly miss him and his smile. He also took an interest in TEA, tea of all flavors. He was constantly making me, his mom, try all the different flavors, and I did, even though I do not care of tea. This is what a mom does for her son, these small little things to let him know he is LOVED. He took great pride in his new car a Red Mini Cooper, I will never forget the look on his face when he first got into his new car that his dad and mom helped him get.
His potential was yet to be reached. He was smart as a whip and had a heart of gold. He was trying to figure out what he wanted out of life to make himself and his family proud. We only hope and pray that he knew how proud we were of him, no MATTER WHAT!
He missed his sister greatly. She earned her angel wings on 10/30/2016. Now we know and we pray, they are together in the best, most wonderful, peaceful place…. HEAVEN!
Nathan passed peacefully in his home, in his own bed, with two of his dogs, Maggie and Bronson by his side. The night prior to his passing I want everyone to know he was in a great mood. He made tea for his mother and step-father and was doing Yoga in his room, just as another normal night.
His life was taken way long before we were ready to let him go, but we believe GOD has a plan for he and his sister. They are both making Heaven a brighter and more beautiful place. I sure hope Heaven is ready for those two 🙂
A Celebration of his Life is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 South Hickory Street, Melbourne.
May my son forever rest in peace, along with all our other family members, especially his sister.
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