- 75 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 20, 1937
- Date of passing: Jul 12, 2013
|Love and Memories Last Forever...|
Vito A. Seu, Age: 75 – Voorhees
Passed away on July 12, 2013. He is survived by his beloved wife, Barbara Q. Seu, (Dever), his loving children, Victoria Seu, Mark (Marisa) Seu, and Peter (Jen) Seu; his dear stepchildren, Kelly, Michael and Patrick Quinn; his beloved daughter-in-law, Amy Mclaughlin Highfill (Carl); fourteen grandchildren, and his dear brother Stephen Seu. He was predeceased by his dear first wife, Judy Seu (Irrgang), his mother Elsie, his father Peter and his brother Guy.
Vito was a graduate of Overbrook Regional HS. He was a US Army MP stationed in Germany, and a retired construction foreman for Myles Construction, Counties Construction, and Henkel & McCoy. He was a proud member of Laborers Local 172.
Vito loved to work outside, either on his job or at home. A man who never said no or "it can't be done," he could fix anything and would try anything. He enjoyed everything he did, from traveling in his RV, sailing the Chesapeake with friends, watching the Phillies, attending the opera, or spending New Year’s Day on 2 St. with the mummers, family and friends.
He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who were lucky enough to know him.
He chose a simple cremation with a celebration of life memorial at a future date.
"I'm so thankful that you became part of our family. Thank you for all the great memories of camping, New Year's Day, and Christmas Eve! I'm going to miss all your silly jokes and stories! :'(
I Love you Uncle Vito!!! Xoxo"
"Poppy Ill miss you but I look back and rember sitting in the camper asking when we would get there and your reply every time was four more hours and I miss that but one day i will be reunited with you and we can both look back and laugh at those funny memories"
"Dad, I remember the old days when we went down to Ocean City for vacation and we went fishing and boating and walks on the beach at night. You were my hero dad, you could fix anything, you were young at heart. I miss the days when Mark, Peter and I went to Pop-Pops to help with the farm when we were kids. I will always love you forever, Your Daughter, Victoria and children xoxoxo"
"Peter, we didn't ever meet your Dad but we are so moved by these wonderful photo's that you so lovingly shared with us... we can see the love that your Mother and Father not only had for their precious children but the love that they had for one another....We hope that this is the picture you hold close to your heart. We love you, Peter. Anthony and Laura"
"Dad, Even though we didn't see eye to eye, you were still my father and I will always love you. You will be missed greatly. I'm sorry that we didn't have time to reconcile. You have taught me a lot of life lessons and I thank you for that. You once told me when I was young that my mouth would get me in a lot of trouble, and you were right. Still working on that. Love your son Peter"
"We will miss you and love you. Thanks for the memories."