Seth Alan Morin


1984 – 2014

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — To the sound of his favorite music and surrounded by the love of his family, Seth Alan Morin, 30, of Port Charlotte, Fla., passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Oct. 22, while being cared for at Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg, Fla., as a result of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.

Seth was born in Lewiston on May 18, 1984, the son of Laurie S. (Girardin) Morin and Michael R. Morin and stepmother, Pamela Remieres-Morin. Seth was a 2002 graduate of Lewiston High School, where he played football, hockey and lacrosse.

Seth had an infectious smile, charm and an extremely outgoing personality. His sense of humor engaged many people and was an invitation of friendship wherever he traveled in life. Seth was, and continues to be, a guardian angel to many. Because of his unselfish commitment to his friends and family, he will be greatly missed by all who were lucky enough to share his journey.

His hobbies included fishing, target shooting and hanging out with friends and family. Seth loved to cook when he “felt like it.”

Seth was employed as an agent with County Wide Inc. Prior to his recent employment, Seth worked in the transportation and trucking field for United Natural Foods Inc. Long-haul truck driving gave Seth the opportunity to see much of the country. Trucking and riding his motorcycle enabled Seth to feel the freedom of the road.

Besides his mother, father and stepmother, Seth leaves behind his beloved siblings: sisters, Lea E. Morin of Lynchburg, Va., and Shae L. Morin of Lewiston; and a stepbrother, Dylan B. Roberts, of Philadelphia, Pa. Living grandparents include Dorothy G. Gravel and “Nana” Wendy V. Morin of Lewiston and Roberta Remieres of Attleboro, Mass. Seth will also be sadly missed by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends.

Seth was predeceased by his beloved grandfather, “Pepere” Robert L. Morin.

May you rest in peace, Seth, and always know how much you are loved. You will never be forgotten.

From “The Road Less Traveled,” by Kit McCallum:

“For it is only through personal reflection that we can now choose our destiny; … our next adventure; … and the future we will embrace.”

A huge heartfelt thank-you to everyone who cared for Seth at Bayfront Port Charlotte and St. Petersburg Medical Centers, and Life Link. A special, personal thank-you to the ICU trauma nurses at Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg: Vanessa, Diana, April, Nicole and Carly.

An online memorial and guest book are at