Seth Shaner Death, Obituary – On Friday, October 7, 2022, Seth J. Shaner, 40, of Luckey abruptly passed away at home. Terry and Kathleen (Hamilton) Shaner welcomed him into the world on January 4, 1982, in Grove City, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Elmwood High School with the Class of 2000. In Luckey, Ohio, on October 7, 2005, he wed Elisha D. Jacobs. Seth and Elisha have been married for seventeen years and have two children.
Seth has been employed with DOWA T.H.T America in Bowling Green as a supervisor since 2004. He liked being outside, particularly when fishing. He was a self-taught handyman who could mend almost anything. His affection for his family and for spending time with them was unsurpassed. Seth loved being a dad and Elisha’s husband. Everything he did and worked for was always for his family.
Seth is survived by his children Trenton and Grace Shaner in addition to his wife Elisha. Terry “TJ” (Heather) Shaner Jr., of Eaton, Ohio, is the brother of Terry “TJ” (Heather) Shaner, Sr., as well as a large number of nieces, nephews, and friends. His maternal and paternal grandparents, as well as his stepfather, John Postlethwait, predeceased him.
On Wednesday, October 19, 2022, from 10 to 11 a.m., family and friends are invited to attend a memorial ceremony at the Marsh & Marsteller Funeral Home, located at 110 West Main Street in Luckey, Ohio. The celebrant will be Rev. Peter Johnston. Troy Township Cemetery will serve as the site of interment. The family asks that memorials be made in the form of donations to The family c/o Elisha Shaner in lieu of flowers.
Tributes to Seth Shaner
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