Sean Hayhurst Obituary, Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center Mourns Sean Hayhurst Death

Sean Hayhurst Obituary, Death – This morning, Mr. Sean Hayhurst, who was a member of our MARMC family, went suddenly in a manner that was completely unexpected. I realize the dreadful news will make you angry, but I have no choice but to deliver it to you with a heavy heart. At the beginning of his employment at MARMC, Sean worked in our Outside Machine Shop. At the present time, he is employed as the Hoist Shop Work Supervisor in C952 here at the base. Since the day that he joined our group of employees three years ago, he has been an essential member of the larger family that we all share. Throughout this entire period, he has consistently demonstrated his loyalty to the Navy as well as to our organization. Sean was recently honored by the Marine Corps Air Station by having the titles of Junior Civilian of the Third Quarter and Junior Civilian of the Year for the year 2022 bestowed upon him.

He made a significant contribution to the accomplishments of our organization and was a very remarkable individual in general. Everyone here will feel a profound loss at the news of his passing.
In this trying time that we are going through together, I ask that you remember Sean’s family and friends in your thoughts and prayers. Please keep them in your prayers and keep them in your thoughts. During this challenging time, we ask that you continue to keep them in your thoughts and prayers. If you are one of the people who worked closely with Sean and would like to speak with someone about this, please get in touch with either your supervisor, Chaplain Friebel, or any of our counselors who are on staff if you would like to discuss this matter.

If you are one of the people who worked closely with Sean and would like to speak with someone about this. We are here for you and will offer the assistance and resources you require to get through this challenging time. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We ask that you not be reluctant to get in touch with us. Please do not put your own safety in any kind of danger, and don’t forget to keep an eye out for one another and make sure that everyone stays safe.
Thank you.

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