Shaun Michael Friedman, 35 of Sebastian, FL passed away on July 25, 2021 in Pine Apple, AL.
He was born in Ft. Pierce, FL and was a resident of Sebastian for 3 years, coming from his birthplace.
Shaun worked as a residential counselor at The ARC.
He enjoyed wrestling, surfing and looking at nature – having his morning cup of coffee and listening to the birds sing.
He is preceded in death by his mother, Mary Elizabeth (nee Myers) Friedman in 2003, when he was 17 years old.
Shaun is survived by his parents, Scott (Deborah) Friedman of Sebastian, FL; 3 brothers, Seth Friedman of MS, Kenneth Chamberlain of Nashville, TN, Keith Chamberlain of Knoxville, TN and sister, Kimberly (Ray) Bryant of Vero Beach, FL.
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