Sebastian James Aubuchont

  • Born: May 18, 1993
  • Died: October 28, 2018
  • Location: Manchester, New Hampshire

Cremation Society of New Hampshire

243 Hanover Street
Manchester, NH 03104
Tel. (800) 493-8001

Tribute & Message From The Family

Loving Son, Brother, Father, Grandson, Nephew, Cousin and Friend

Today, we say goodbye to a son, a brother, a father, a grandson, a nephew, a cousin and a friend. Sebastian Aubuchont's life was cut short Sunday morning like a candle whose wick had been extinguished. Or as he would have put it, like playing a Zelda game where you're all out of heart pieces with no damn fairies.

He is survived by his father, James; his mother, Patricia; his sister, Heather; his brother, Tristan; his children, Skylar and Autumn. Also surviving him are his grandparents, Penny, Jerry, George Sr., Lynda and Fran. He had many uncles and aunts; Daniel, David, George Jr., David, Veronica, Tanya, Sally, Samantha, and Cindy. He had too many cousins to name and many, many friends.

Sebastian leaves this world without making the decision as to which Sponge Bob episode he liked more "Every Villain Is Lemons" or "No Sponge Bob Day". Also, with the firm childhood belief from watching the Wizard of Oz, that if he kept one foot in Kansas and one foot in any other state, he would be half color and half black and white.

RIP Sebastian - You will be missed more than words can express.

A celebration of Sebastian's life will be held at a date to be announced.

Condolence & Memory Journal

Posted by V. Cox - Morganton, NC - Family   August 27, 2019

I worked with Sebas only a brief month or so in Nashua, but he always made me feel part of the team and would greet me with a smile. you will now be able to watch endless spongebob shows and " get your games" on daily . rip Sebastien

Posted by carrie rowe - hudson, NH - Coworker   November 07, 2018

Sebastian, your beautiful children will know you. Through the love of the words and stories that will be shared by all with them. Your Mother, Father, Sister, as well as Dinalee, and, all your friends will keep you alive through the tears of laughter, of love, of Pride for your children to have known you as their Dad. You gave so much love to all who knew you. They will talk of all your antics with smiles & laughs. They will talk about the wonderful person you were. Causing your children to believe you will always with them. Your Children will smile, laugh with pride & love you when your name is mentioned. You will be with them at every step of their life. No one will let them forget. I promise your presence will always be felt, with all who had the privilege of loving you. May you be proud of all those you have known, then, be happy with your life. For you have left a legacy. May you fly free in spirit, for all to see and feel you. May you fly high with the Eagles. With all the joy there is, in all of Heaven. Stand strong beside, the throne of our Father. Watch over us, protecting us. Then you will never be far from us. God Bless you Sebastian, your spirit, and your soul.

Posted by Jerry Hauser - Farmington, NH - Grandparent   November 02, 2018

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

Posted by Sally Dreckmann - Manchester, NH - family   October 30, 2018


For A Dearly Loved Nephew

A nephews eyes have gone forever
His smile, his laugh, his face
Where once he stood, before us
A lone picture, takes it's place
Gone too soon, a fine young man
From here, your place of birth
I can't believe, that this is real
That you no longer walk the Earth.
Reality is, I know it's true
But still I can't believe
A fine young man, with so much life
Really had to leave
We loved you from your time of birth
We watched you grow and learn
My nephew, we shall meet again
When it's our time, to return.
~ Toni Kane

I love you and will always miss you. You will live forever live in my heart. ~Auntie

Posted by Veronica Cox - Morganton, NC - family   October 30, 2018

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Forever in my heart. Love, Nah