Jack Dean Seeley

8 juillet 193411 octobre 2020

Jack Seeley died peacefully at home on October 11, 2020. He was born in Cadillac, Michigan, July 8, 1934 to Myron and Kate Seeley.

Jack proudly served in the USAF for twenty years, retiring as Senior Master Sergeant. After retirement, was employed as Human Resource Manager by the Southland Corporation in Tyler, Texas. In 1992, he was transferred to Orlando, Florida where he later became the General Manager, retiring a second time in 1998. His leisure years were spent golfing, volunteering and traveling the world.

Jack is survived by Jean, his wife of 64 years; children, David (Suzy), Lesley (Reiner); grandchildren, Ryan Seeley, Michelle Seeley; three great grand daughters; brother, Bill Seeley; sisters, Annette Bouma and Kay Halpin.

A Graveside Service will take place at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery (5525 US-1, Mims, FL 32754) on Tuesday October 27, 2020 at 3:00pm.

You are welcome to leave online condolences by visiting www.woodlawnfuneralhomegotha.com.


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Michael Brice

octobre 29, 2020

I didn’t know Jack well, we only met at events like family weddings. I didn’t need to know him well to become fond of him because he was an instantly likeable chap! I have memories of his visits when I was younger and there was a lot of good humoured banter between Jack and my father, often about British cars. Jack said they were too small to be useful! He sent dad a photo of a huge American car with Jack reclined in the open boot (trunk)! He was much loved and will be missed.

Dorothy Jones

octobre 27, 2020

Jack came to England and whisked my best friend away to America where they have had a lovely long life together so I guess that visit was meant to be so Jack I forgive you and I know you will have left a great legacy of memories for your family and will be sadly missed. Condolences to all the family. Love Jean

dan marlow

octobre 27, 2020

As a child I'd always remember being so excited when told that Uncle Jack and Auntie Jean were coming from America to visit.
I was always mesmerized by Jacks beaming smile and him being so kind and gentle.

My fondest memory is when I was lucky enough to stay with Jack & Jean in Florida just after my 21st birthday. His humour, generosity and kindness was as great as the man himself.

Uncle Jack, a true man and gentleman.
Will be missed for long.

Emma Marlow

octobre 27, 2020

Jack was full of life and humour. Sending my love and thoughts across the ocean.

Josephine Marlow

octobre 27, 2020

In many happy memories of a very dear brother-in-law. Always kind, always fun, always caring. Will be sadly missed.
Love Jo and Clive

Ed Fields

octobre 26, 2020

I worked with Jack at Southland, Orlando and have many fond memories of Jack both in the office and on the golf course. Jack was a great sounding board during difficult times. He was honest, loyal and very dependable
Paula and I have been blessed to call Jack and Jean friends. May God bless the family during this difficult time and give them peace that passeth all understanding.
Ed & Paula Fields
1 Thessalonians 4:13-18

Anne Medeiros

octobre 25, 2020

Very sorry for your loss. Sorry that i never got to Florida to see him & you Jeanne. Love you both i have great memories of Offutt AFB and your Friends hip at Sears. David & deslice to
your Nebraska friend, Anne

Betty Miles

octobre 24, 2020

My prayers are with you... what a wonderful gentlemen Jack was.
I will always remember the smile he always had when he greeted Ed and I....fond memories of his kindness....
May God Bless you with his blessings and his love....

Carole Rogers

octobre 22, 2020

Jack and Jean are members of our church. They always have smiles for everyone and it is a true pleasure knowing them both. We will miss Jack so much and our prayers continue for Jean and their family. It is good knowing he is completely well again. RIP

Edward Seeley

octobre 20, 2020

I knew Jack very little as I was younger. But do remember him some around deer season. But Uncle Mike and Aunt Kate were some good people. As they lived just a mile south of us. Used to have to help cousin Kay get the cattle around before milking time. Sorry to hear Jack passed. Edward Seely