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Sean M. Corcoran

June 17, 1985 - May 21, 2021

Service Date: May 27, 2021

Funeral Home Corcoran Funeral Home Inc

Cemetery Sacred Heart Cemetery

Church Saints Peter and Paul Church

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Sean M. Corcoran, 35 of Jenkins Township, passed away unexpectedly Friday morning, May 21, 2021 at his home due to natural causes.

Born in Plains, he was the son of Norman Salus of Swoyersville and Charlene (Corcoran) Adamchick of Plains Township.

Sean attended Dallas area schools and was a graduate of Bishop O’ Reilly High School, Kingston and Luzerne County Community College. Sean was involved in Wrestling, Football, Back Mountain Ice Hockey and Track.

He was the Sun, the Moon and even the Star. There are not enough words in the English language or enough paper in the world to describe Sean. He wanted to do everything and never wanted to stop. Whether you knew him for years or minutes you loved him instantly, his smile, laugh , charisma, quick witted humor, passion, loyalty and family values drew you to him instantly and he was always most memorable. You always knew you had a friend in Sean, He always had your back, and you knew and were never alone. Over the years Sean was involved with many Clubs and organizations along with his hobbies. Sean enjoyed snowboarding, collecting video games and movies, cars, paranormal investigating, being a DJ, music, flying drones, and most of all cooking with his children.

He went to LCCC for music recording Technology. He was an On-Air Personality on HipHop Thursdays on WSFX 89.9, later moved on to HoodPromo Radio. Sean founded Reaction Entertainment as an
all-encompassing entertainment company which facilitated all the elements and aspects in the entertainment industry. Sean did his own recording, mixing, mastering, and duplication of artist and band materials. Graphic design, development/management, and instrumental compositions. Sean offered radio, mixtape, band, and Artist promotion. He was a coast 2 coast mixtape DJ, and a Vendetta Mixtape DJ . He did it all.

He leveled up Reaction Entertainment with his YouTube Channel Reaction Ent., where he created and hosted FPTV, (First Person Television). He grew a love for the hobby of flying drones and turned it into a full time career. He built a family within his YouTube Channel, Discord, and Twitch Stream. He built his channel leaving us so much of himself and his legacy. He streamed live 5 days a week on FPTV, supporting and connecting the FPV Community all around the world. Flying First Person View made Sean feel free.

Sean was first and foremost a family man who loved his wife and children. His love for his mother can’t be measured. He put his everything into making sure the love of his life, children, and Mom were taken care of. He used his bare hands to turn a house into a home, building anything needed and so much more. Sean was best known as Daddy. He taught his babies how to garden, cook, ride bikes, laugh and joke like no other, most of all enjoy life. He passed on his love for the beach to his babies. Sean was all about family gatherings, holidays, vacations, good times and fun. Life is about experience and Sean made every moment memorable.

He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother Marlene (Murray) Corcoran.

Surviving are his wife Laura Kaposich, children Cameron, Oslo, Brook Lyn, Savannah, Charlotte, and Raleigh, parents Norman Salus and Charlene Adamchick, paternal grandparents Norman and Nancy Salus, Swoyersville, maternal grandfather William J. Corcoran, Sr., Plains, aunts, uncles, cousins, many friends and his family pets.

Funeral will be held Thursday at 9:30 am at the Corcoran Funeral Home, Inc., 20 South Main Street, Plains, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 am at Saints Peter & Paul Church, 13 Hudson Road, Plains, PA 18705, with Father John C. Lambert, Pastor, officiating. A live stream of the Funeral Mass will be on Saints Peter & Paul Parish FACEBOOK page. Interment will be held in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Plains. A walk through visitation will be held Wednesday evening from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at the funeral home. For the safety of those attending the visitation and service, we ask that masks and social distancing protocol remain in place and please be brief when paying you respects.


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20 South Main St.
Plains, PA 18705

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