Remembering Sean Greene: A PASMAG Alumni

Remembering Sean Greene: A PASMAG Alumni

It is with deep sadness that we bid farewell to our beloved friend and colleague, Sean Greene, who lost his battle with brain cancer this past week. Sean was a brilliant and creative writer who brought joy and inspiration to many people through his work at PASMAG. He was also a devoted husband and father who loved his family dearly. He will always be remembered for his kindness, generosity, and enthusiasm. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, his kids, and his extended family during this difficult time. Rest in peace, Sean. You will always be in our hearts.

For those PASMAG audience members who would like to support Sean's family there is a Go Fund Me campaign that was set-up this year to cover the many costs associated with his treatments that were not covered by insurance. It can be accessed here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-for-sean-greene-family

Born in Toronto and raised between Nova Scotia and Toronto, Sean's early life was as dynamic as his career. He developed a wide range of interests and maintained deep, lifelong relationships. His journey with PASMAG was marked by his expertise and enthusiasm for cars, reflecting in his roles as an editor, writer, and photographer. His work not only showcased his love for automobiles but also his talent in bringing stories to life.

Beyond his professional achievements, Sean was a loving family man, survived by his wife Laura Marie Greene and his children Gage, Charlotte, and Katelyn. His interests ranged broadly, likening himself to a "Swiss army knife" for his multifaceted skills and hobbies. Sean's journey with PASMAG and his contributions to the automotive world were paralleled only by his commitment to his family and varied interests.

Sean's legacy at PASMAG and in the hearts of his colleagues, readers, and family is as lasting as the imprint he left in the automotive journalism field. His story is one of passion, dedication, and the relentless pursuit of adventure. Sean Greene will be deeply missed but never forgotten.

For more on Sean's contributions, and to revisit some of his memorable work, we invite you to explore past issues of PASMAG at PASMAG's Issuu page.

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