Nathaniel Sean Stringer
April 9 1986 ~ October 17, 2021
Nathaniel Sean Stringer 35, died Sunday, October 17, in Nampa, Idaho. In his honor a vigil will be held Wednesday, Oct. 27, at 6 p.m. at the Japanese Garden at Four Rivers Cultural Center at 676 S.W. 5th Ave., in Ontario. The funeral will be held on Friday, Oct. 29, at 1 p.m. in the Owyhee and Snake River rooms at the Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario. Officiating will be Tom Greco of the Ontario Community Church. It will be conducted by Ontario Lienkaemper Chapel. Interment will be at the Nyssa Hilltop Cemetery immediately following for those able to attend.
Sean was born in 1986 on April 9. He was the son of William Mark Stringer and Sherry Lee “Turner” Stringer. He is survived by one brother, William Brock Stringer; his daughters Mazy Aili and Analise Miyo Stringer; a son, William Ellis Stringer; and his partner, Bailey Dawn Ellis. Sean attended both Nyssa and Ontario schools where he participated in soccer, wrestling and tennis. He was approaching his green belt in KaJuKenBo karate and was recently fighting very well. He was training with Professor Gary Taylor in Boise, Idaho. He also loved snowboarding and water skiing in McCall, Idaho.
Sean attended the University of Oregon for two years. Following his educational pursuits he worked at several restaurants as a cook. Sean was a help to his father in the sheep and cattle business and continued to help. He more recently learned masonry from Derrick Coffelt. And for the last year and one half Sean got his dream job and was working for the Malheur County Health Department as the Health Promotion Supervisor under director Sarah Poe. He loved this occupation, and was able to help so many people, even saving lives. He loved this career and those with and for whom he worked, both at the administrative level, staff level and his clients.
Sean is survived by his parents and also his grandparents, David and Geraldine Turner of Salem, Oregon. He has four uncles: Matthew Ward Stringer, William Turner, David Nathan Turner (Jody), Mark Turner (Tiffany). Sean was also survived by his loving and devoted wife, Sarah Lyndsie Welter Stringer; stepson Camden James Wilfong, and 3-year-old son Keagan Maximus Stringer. Sean has several cousins and stepparents, Ron Marostica and Brocky Brocato. Sean was preceded in death by grandparents Bill and Maxene Stringer.
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