“Living life his way” “Our Lost Soul”
Shane a loving son, brother, uncle, grandson, cousin and friend. Preceding in death by his sister Mary. Shane is survived by his father Rogelio “Ponch” Garcia and his wife Jill. His mother Venessa Zeleski and her husband Frank, sisters Alexis and Jacquelyn, brothers Ray, Joseph, Rogelio Spencer “Buddy”, Ethan & Cody, Sister-in-law, Tara. Numerous sets of grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, his nephew Burak and countless friends. Shane’s last few months of life were his richest. He was living his life his way to the fullest. He is now at home “Safe”.
Shane’s life was cut short by a tragic motorcycle accident. He is loved and will be missed dearly by his family and friends. His mother will remember the walks and the talks they shared. She will remember the month of April 1995, when Shane had perfect attendance and no missing assignments from school. His Father will remember the time they spent hunting, teaching him the construction trade and riding side by side on their bikes. His brothers and sisters will keep the memories of the silly things he did and the quality time he spent with each and every one of them. We will remember the baseball games he had, the stories about hunting he told us all and the fun he had skateboarding. As a young adult we were proud of him starting his career in the construction field. He just had gotten certified in asbestos abatement. The last few months he got to share his wealth with the ones he loved. He was the happiest he had been in a while. Shane was living!!! We should all be happy knowing that he really got to live before he was taken from us all. His soul is lost no more.
Rest in Peace, dear Shane
A private celebration of Shane’s Life will be held at a later date.
The family requests that other young people make smart choices.