On Monday, July 1, 2019, Sebastian Storer, beloved son and brother tragically passed away. He died at 20 years old, three months before his 21st birthday. Sebastian was a vibrant young man who was full of life. He had a passion for skateboarding, surfing, and riding his motorcycle. His bike was his pride and joy. He had an electric personality, a politician’s smile, and infectious joy. He was known for playing pranks and making us all laugh. He grew up with a craving for the outdoors and absolute freedom. He played every sport under the sun.
Sebastian Storer was born in Longwood on September 30, 1998. He lived in Sanford his entire life. In elementary school, he was a Cub Scout through fifth grade. He thoroughly enjoyed camping with all his friends. He enjoyed playing soccer and basketball at the YMCA and basketball at Westview Baptist Church. He met many lifelong friends playing sports. He played football with the Central Florida League and Freshman year at Lake Mary High School.
Sebastian attended Sanlando United Methodist Church in Longwood. He graduated from Seminole State College High School in May 2017 with Summa Cum Laude honors. He was enrolling to attend Seminole State College when he had his accident. He is survived by his mother Jodi White, sister Storm Storer, and by father, Jason Storer; grandparents, Bob and Martha White, aunt, Janice White McLaughlin, cousin Heather McLaughlin, grandparents Eddie Loy and Janice Webber, great grandmother Joyce Seiler Parker, and numerous other cousins.
In lieu of flowers, any donations should be made to Sanlando United Methodist Church.