John Henry Seep
June 22, 1925 – September 21, 2020
SEEP - John Henry - September 21, 2020. Husband of the late Margaret C.; dear father of Ralph (Dottie), of Arnold, MD, Mark, of Williamsville, NY, Michael (Lisa), of Lake Charles, Gregory (Deborah), of Albany, NY and the late Frank M. Seep; grandfather of Jessica Seep Ekholm (Chris), Jeremy (Stephanie), Jacob, John, Susan, Matthew, Amy Seep Ernst (Cody), Kari, Lori and Joseph Seep; brother of the late Frank Wood and Ellen Wood James. No prior visitation. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. John Graduated from St. Joseph’s High School, Titusville, PA; Gannon College, Erie, PA; University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit MI with a BS in Chemical Engineering. He served in WWII in the 81st Infantry Division; Asiatic-Pacific Theater earning multiple medals, commendations, stars, ribbons and Honorable Service. He worked 40 years in Chemical Engineering, retiring from Occidental Chemical after 30 years, locations included Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Schenectady New York and Luling, LA. John was a devoted husband and father noted for his kindness. Share your condolences at www.denglerrobertspernafuneral.com
No Prior Visitation, Burial will be in Titusville, PA
John Henry Seep
September 28, 2020
To Our Seep Brothers,
We send our sympathy on the loss of your Dad. All of you were very fortunate to have the love and guidance of your Dad and Mom for many years. Your Dad was a very special and kind gentleman who we will always remember as a great friend and Griffon Avenue neighbor. Mr. Seep had an infectious smile and laugh with a softness that showed concern for others. Mr. Seep had a very caring personality, an ear to listen and provide guidance which we always admired. He was always very kind to our family.
We remember at a very young age that your Dad helped our Dad pour our concrete driveway --- each with their own trowels, edgers and long boards to smooth the cement. Mr. Seep was always there to help. He loved his family unconditionally and was always very proud of all his "boys".
For every tear that falls from your eyes there will be a prayer in my heart for you. Many all of your hearts heal with precious memories of your Dad.
With love and sadness, Your friends of many years,
Lynne and Karen Scalia
September 22, 2020
I’ll carry you in my heart always