- 72 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 6, 1944
- Date of passing: Aug 15, 2016
|Let the memory of George be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of beloved husband and father, George Seagren, 72, born on March 6, 1944 and passed away on August 15, 2016. We will miss him tremendously.
Celebration of Life was Monday, August 22, 2016 at St. Michael Lutheran Church.
"George was that wonderful American Good Man!
Sending Hugs to Chris, Allison, and Melissa......"
"We have lost a wonderful human being. Chris, Allison, and Melissa we are so sorry for your loss. I am sure he will be looking down from above and comforting you and guiding you forward. He was a great husband, father, and grandfather."
"My dear friend who I will miss very much. Hopefully, my deep sadness will diminish and becomes replaced with a profound appreciation of how blessed I was to have a friend like you."
"I met George through my husband's friendship with him. He was a gentle, sweet, kind and patient man who had a funny sense of humor. Chris, Allison & Melissa I am sorry for your loss. George can now rest up in heaven with the stars and angels. When you look up and see the stars sparkling, you will know that it is your husband and dad smiling down on you. Barbara & Jamie"
"A fitting tribute to a very humble,honest,and wonderful family man George Seagren,A true good human being.
George Seagren ,which I have had the pleasure to have known as a co worker and most importantly as a friend.
I have worked with George back in the days of United Airlines where I .
first met George back in 1978 We continued our friendship throughout these past forty years.George was one who was very quiet and one who rarely ever complained about anything,even throughout his past years battling his illness, and doing it with strength ,courage,and dignity.He never complained once about his condition and how serious it was.How hard that must of been for him,but his inner strength keep him going.If you were one of the lucky ones who got to know George,you would have seen that soft sense of humor shine through the more you got to know him.George had a way of when being around him,he made you feel that things were very much under control and things were going to turn out out OK. George was very often quiet but with a sense of strength that showed through in times of need. I will always hold fond memories of George in my heart and I feel fortunate that can say I was one of the lucky ones who had a friend named George.
George, a loving father who always had such pride when talking about his two wonderful daughters,Melissa and Allison.George was also a wonderful husband to Chris his wife.
Although the loss of your father and Chris your husband,I can only hope and pray you all can rejoice in the fact that you were lucky enough to have spent the many wonderful years together as a family and a family that had George in their lives. You will always have those wonderful memories and times to look back on.
George you will forever be missed by me and everyone who were lucky enough to know you and whose lives you have touched.
May you rest in peace and enjoy the journey.
Farewell my friend.
Jamie and Barbara. Trapanese."
"I met George at United Airlines, we both hired on the same day Aug 9, 1976 at JFK airport. We went through 12 weeks of training in Denver, we had a great time commuting in first class to NY, drank a few during our 3 hour flights. We became very good friends. We both finished our careers for United Airlines in Denver. Chris, Allison and Melissa sorry for your loss...I have very fond memories of George and our years working together, may God give you strength and peace. Efraim & Ruth and Family."
"The most kind-hearted, patient, loving father anyone could ask for. You mean the world to me and will be forever in my heart! Go Giants!!!"
"I love you Dad. You will forever remain in my heart, and not a day will go by when I don't think of you. I could not have asked for a more wonderful father. I already miss you so much."
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