The Tragic fire in Town of Tonawanda, resulted in the death of beloved 8 year old Seth Creenan, son of Katherine and Brian Creenan, brother to Kristina and Andrew.
Seth attended Glendale Elementary, where he was an A student. He was the most incredible little boy, and loved by everyone who knew him. He brought light with him everywhere he went. We are devastated by his loss.
The loss of their son, along with everything they own, has prompted the creation of a GoFundMe to support them during this time of crisis, and sorrow.
We are utterly devastated at the loss of our beloved eight year old son and brother Seth Creenan as a result of a fire that occurred last night, October 18. This has been a devastating and life-changing event for our whole family. Seth was a beautiful caring boy who will be greatly missed – our entire family is in shock by this tragedy.
We want to express our sincere gratitude for all the love and prayers that we have received and continue to receive.
We also wish to thank the community and the fire and police services who have assisted us in this, our moment of need. Lastly, during this difficult time we would ask for privacy and continued prayers as we grieve our loss.Creenan Family
Dear Sweet Home families, It is with profound sadness that I write this letter to let you know that one of our Glendale Elementary students was lost in a house fire yesterday, October 18th. Our sincere condolences and thoughts go out to the family and friends of our student. During this time as the school community processes the tragic news and copes with grief, the school district will offer counseling and bereavement support services to all of our students and staff at Glendale
A student death is a difficult and challenging situation that can generate a high level of anxiety and distress for some students. If you feel that your children are having difficulty, we encourage you to discuss their thoughts and feelings to help them work through their grief or concerns. Please also consider monitoring and discussing your children’s communications (social media, phone, e-mails, text messages) to further assess their potential needs.
If you feel that your children need to speak to a counselor or other caring adult, please do not hesitate to call our schools and let us know. Our Sweet Home Family Support Center can also provide you with resources or contacts to help your child cope with loss. Mrs. Anne Nowak is the coordinator of the Family Support Center and she can be reached at 250-1228 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a difficult time for everyone, but I know our students and staff will lean on each other as they fondly remember their classmate. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me, your building administration or your child?s school counselor.Anthony J. Day, Superintendent of Schools