On Dec 6th 2005 We lost a member of the mazda community,
Shannon A. Seabolt known on here as 1338.
I first met Shannon at one of our local meets that we have, We met at the Dave and Busters in Marietta GA. Thats were I met most of the Ga guys.
In the 2 years or so that i knew Shannon he became one of my best friends, it was like we were brothers. We had so much in common not just the love for cars.
We talked pretty much everyday, durring work on out nextels, and then on AIM when we were at home.
We hung out pretty often, either just chilling at his place , going to a concert down town, or doing a mountain drive.
I can remember all the good times that we had together, I will never forget him, he will be in my thoughts and my heart for the rest of my life.
Shannon Seabolt, age 23, of Snellville, died December 6, 2005. He was a graduate of Brookwood High School. He was a member of Mazda Forums, Mazda Lovers and the Mazda Owners Car Club. Cause of death, love of fast cars. Survivors, his mother, Robin Morales, Snellville; father, Anthony Seabolt, Colbert; maternal grandmother, Barbara Bender, Braselton; paternal grandparents, Priscilla & Jack Davenport, Murrayville; sisters, Lacy Seabolt, Snellville, Sierra Farris, Colbert.
If anyone wants to see what the car looks like
*Might not be easy to look at*
Picture of the cross 2/11/06
"Every day is so valuable and important,because after that day is done, you can never get that day back." -- Shannon A. Seabolt (1338)