9/12/05 – 6/02/21

Funeral services honoring the life of Seth Lee Sloan, of Mansfield, Louisiana were held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at Southside Baptist Church, 7329 Hwy 509, Mansfield, Louisiana. Interment followed at Grand Cane Cemetery in Grand Cane, Louisiana. Officiating the service was Brother Cory Adcock with graveside assistance from Father John Paul Crispin. The visitation was held at Rose-Neath Funeral Home, 943 Polk St., Mansfield, Louisiana from 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m on Saturday, June 5, 2021.

Seth was born on September 12, 2005 in Shreveport, Louisiana to Billie Lee Sloan and Denise Claire Parro Sloan. He entered into eternal rest on June 2, 2021 in Logansport, Louisiana. Seth was an upcoming junior at Central High School in Grand Cane, Louisiana. Along with a 4.0 GPA, Seth was a member of several organizations including the National Honor Society, Student Ambassador, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He was a member of the Central High School baseball, basketball, football, and track teams. Seth enjoyed participating in the arts at Back Alley Theatre, drawing, video games, and spending time with friends, and loving on his animals.

Preceding Seth in death is his maternal grandmother, Mary Lois Parro; paternal grandfather and Robert Mercer Romines.

He is survived by his parents, Denise and Billie Sloan of Mansfield, Louisiana; Maternal grandfather, Herbert Parro of Thibodaux, Louisiana; paternal grandmother, Mary Lee Miller of Mansfield, Louisiana; sister, Meagan Claire Sloan and fiancé Peyton Register of Mansfield, Louisiana.

Honoring Seth as pallbearers were Peyton Register, Justin Nash, Colby Houston, Michael Womack, Sebastian Zoulek, Dalton Russell, Colton Moore, and Jacob Childress.

Honorary pallbearers were Andrew Zoulek, Central High School – basketball, baseball, and football teams, Coach Kyle Martin, Coach Rhonda Martin, Coach Ernie Austin, and Coach Eric Talley.

The family would like to thank the DeSoto Parish Emergency officials, and the outpouring of love from friends and family.

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