Seth Choron was born on February 14, 1950, in Anniston, Alabama, where he spent the entirety of his 73 years. He was a pillar of the community, known for his unwavering commitment to making Anniston a better place. Seth dedicated his life to serving others, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of those he encountered.
Seth’s legacy in Anniston extended through various philanthropic endeavors. He was an active member of local charities, helping to improve the lives of countless residents. His kindness knew no bounds, and his generosity was felt by many.
Beyond his community involvement, Seth was a devoted family man. He leaves behind his loving wife of 50 years, Sarah, three children, and six grandchildren. His family remembers him as a loving husband, an inspiring father, and a doting grandfather.
Seth Choron’s passion for life was contagious. He had an insatiable curiosity and was a lifelong learner. Whether it was gardening, woodworking, or volunteering, he approached each endeavor with enthusiasm and a commitment to excellence.
As we bid farewell to Seth Choron, we remember not only his contributions but also the profound impact he had on those fortunate enough to have known him. Anniston, Alabama, will forever be grateful for the legacy he leaves behind, one of kindness, selflessness, and community spirit.
In these difficult times, let us come together as a community to honor Seth Choron’s memory and support his family in their time of need. While he may be physically gone, his spirit lives on in the hearts and minds of all those whose lives he touched. Seth Choron will forever remain a beloved figure in Anniston’s history, a beacon of hope and a reminder of the power of kindness and community.