Donald Michael "Don" Sebecic

Donald Michael "Don" Sebecic

April 24, 1963 - June 14, 2024

Donald Michael "Don" Sebecic

April 24, 1963 - June 14, 2024


It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Donald “Don” Michael Sebecic, beloved husband of Laura (Peel) Sebecic.  Don passed away on Friday, June 14, 2024.

Born April 24, 1963, in New Brighton, he was the son of the late Donald Sebecic and Sally (Barr) Sebecic. 

Don worked at Bath Fitters for the past 22 years. One of Don’s favorites past times was fishing, having been a member of the Zelienople Sportsman Club. He loved going to the beach, spending time with his family, building and creating things with his sons, and had a passion for telling dad jokes, every time he got the chance. Don attended Victory Family Church in Cranberry, PA, where he grew his faith.

In addition to his loving wife of 28 years, he is survived by his two sons, Adam Micheal Hawley (Allison Wolfe) and Jason Nicholas Sebecic and his fiancé Aleah Belczyk; his aunt and uncle, Mary Ann and John Buffington; and his cousin, John (Mindy) Buffington. Additionally, he held a special place in his heart for John and Mindy’s children, whom he thought of as nephews- Drew, Henry and Ethan. As well as his sister and brothers; Tina, Michael, and Kevin Sebecic. And many cherished friends.

All services were private.

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5 responses to Donald Michael "Don" Sebecic

  1. So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to your family.

  2. Prayers for your family Don was a great guy I enjoyed working with him years ago.

  3. Scott Jacobs says:

    I worked with Don at Bathfitters many years ago. Don was one of my favorite people. He had a fantastic sense of humor and always had a kind word for people. He lived for his wife and kids. I think fondly of Don often. I hope peace for his loved ones. He will be greatly missed.

  4. Beth Hovan says:

    Laura, I am so sorry for your loss. Keeping you & your family in my thoughts & prayers.

  5. I grew up with Donnie in Fallston, I remember thinking of him as a brother I never had. The whole family was special to me. This truly breaks my heart

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