Sean P. O’Shea Death, Obituary – Cherished brother of Michael, Daniel CPD (Michelle), and Colleen; Cherished son of Mary and the late Michael “Joe” O’Shea; Beloved spouse of Sebastian Contreras Jr.; Cherished brother of Michael, Daniel CPD (Michelle), and Colleen Cherished son of Mary and the late Michael “Joe” O’Shea; Cherished brother of Michael; Cherished son of Mary and the late Michael “Joe” O’Shea; Cher Uncle Declan and Aunt Delaney’s most devoted and treasured relative; devoted and treasured nephew, cousin, and friend to a large number of people; Cherished brother of Michael; Cherished son of Mary and the late Michael “Joe” O’Shea;
Cherished brother of Michael; Proud graduate of both the American University Washington College of Law and DePaul University; Government Solutions, a lobbying firm that he is a partner in with Alexander, Borovicka, and O’Shea; Sean was a well-known personality in the political and lobbying circles of Illinois and Washington, D.C., where he worked for former President Bill Clinton and, later, for former Senator Hillary Clinton. Both Bill and Hillary Clinton were previous members of the United States Senate. During the period when former President Bill Clinton was in office, Sean worked as a member of the staff in the Office of Cabinet Affairs, where he served in that capacity.
In addition to that, he worked as the projects director and legislative assistant for Senator Clinton. In such capacities, he was in charge of addressing domestic appropriation legislation, problems dealing to transportation and infrastructure, homeland security and health matters related to the aftermath of the September 11 attacks on New York City. These assaults took place on September 11. Later on in his career, Sean got work in Springfield, and after some time there, he ultimately worked his way up to the post of deputy chief of staff for Governor Pat Quinn.
Viewing will take place on Monday at Old St. Patrick’s Church, which can be found in Chicago, Illinois at 700 W. Adams St. The visitation will begin at 4:00 p.m. and continue until 8:00 p.m. The funeral mass will be held on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m., and all of the family members and friends of the person who passed away are invited to congregate at Old St. Patrick’s Church immediately before to the start of the event.