OBITUARY

Charles A. Seberger

July 18, 1938February 8, 2020
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Charles A. Seberger, 81 of Spring, Texas passed away Saturday, February 8, 2020 surrounded by his loving family. He was born July 18, 1938 in Newport, Rhode Island to Alfred Frank and Mary Frances (Flannery) Seberger. Charles graduated from Sam Houston High School in 1957 where he met the love of his life, Nelma Dobbs. They married November 23, 1957. Charles served in the United States Coast Guard from 1955-1961; he was owner and operator of A-OK Service Systems for over 50 years. He enjoyed spending time with family and friends at their Galveston beach house. Charles loved fishing, coaching baseball and restoring classic cars. He was a member of the Houston Classic Chevy club.

Charles is survived by his loving wife and constant companion for 62 years; Nelma Seberger; 2 sons; Steve Seberger and wife, Brenda of LaGrange; Dennis Seberger and wife, Melissa of Spring; 5 grandchildren, Kelly Mozisek and husband, Wade; Travis Seberger; Brooke Conaway and husband, Jeff; Tanner Seberger and fiancé Kendall Wilks; and Macey Seberger; great-grandchild, Rylee Mozisek; brother, Jerry Odle and sisters, Trudie Lopez and husband, Al; and Mary Labbe and husband, Steve. He is preceded in death by his parents, Alfred and Mary Seberger and brother, Duke Goodnight.

A funeral mass will be celebrated, Saturday, February 15, 2020 at 11:00 AM with the Very Rev. Norbert Maduzia Jr., E.V., D.Min officiating. Visitation will be Friday evening at Earthman Resthaven Funeral Home from 5:00pm until 9:00pm with a vigil with rosary at 7:00pm. Serving as pallbearers will be Travis Seberger, Tanner Seberger, Wade Mozisek, Jeff Conaway, Garrett Howard, Steve Labbe, Jerry Odle and Archie Henderson.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in Charles’ memory to the St. Pius X High School Athletics Fund. Mail to St Pius X High School, c/o Katie Kubiak 811 W. Donovan St. Houston TX 77091

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 14, 2020
  • Vigil with Rosary Service Friday, February 14, 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 15, 2020

Memories

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Steven Labbe

February 14, 2020

A lasting memory of my brother-in-law Charles was a day he took me surf fishing in Galveston Bay. He had to outfit me with gear, then over to the beach and into the surf we strode. It was a less than ideal day - the waves were large and the sea roiling. We didn't catch a single keeper and after a while all our bait had been spent or lost. What I remember though is Charles' laugh. Time and time again a wave would slap us in the face, and time and time again he'd just chuckle it off an go on enjoying the moment - in his element, not discouraged, alive!
I believe that is exactly how he embraced his life and he leaves behind a lasting and loving legacy - his wonderful family. Nelma, Steven, Brenda, Dennis, Melissa - God Bless you and yours. And Charles, I'll miss you, rest now brother.

Connie Garcia

February 13, 2020

Mrs. Seberger,

I am sorry for the loss of your husband. Remember the happy memories you made together. He will never be forgotten because he is forever in your heart. Praying for your comfort as the Lord holds you in His arms.

Connie Garcia
Houston, Texas

Melody Kubiak

February 13, 2020

Charles was a remarkable, honest, & caring person. I only knew him for 20 years, but he left a wonderful lasting memory. He was a great man.

Daryl Zeringue

February 13, 2020

Always made time for us boys. Fishing , Coaching , gave us a chance to work and make some money. Memories I will always cherish. God Bless

JoAnna Lopez, Untermeyer

February 12, 2020

O God, in Your mercy and compassion, I humbly pray for Charles Seberger. I beg your mercy, through the intercession of Jesus Christ and all of your saints, that Charles may be joined into everlasting life with You and may have a share in Your eternal happiness. I pray this in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

My deepest condolences to Trudie Lopez and the whole Seberger family. Peace and comfort to all.
JoAnna L. Untermeyer (Al's daughter)

John & Sherri Warman

February 12, 2020

Very sorry to hear of Mr Seberger's passing. John & I will be at his "Celebration of Life" on Saturday. Rembering the Seberger's through the years at weddings, gatherings and of course football games (Broncos & Klein High). Rest in peace Mr. Seberger.

Theresa Baranowski

February 12, 2020

Mr. Seberger always had a kind word, a smile and could always make you laugh. He touched alot of lives and will be missed. A class act.
Tiger & Theresa Baranowski

Jeri Theriot

February 12, 2020

May his integrity be an inspiration and kind memory to each of you for that is his legacy

Sincerely,
Jeri Theriot

Anthony Shrum

February 12, 2020

I Love you Uncle Charles. You are now and will always be missed. I remember when I was in Junior High you would call me a little girl and make fun of me because I had an ear ring. I finally took it out in High School and never put it back in. Now everyday I look in the mirror and see the holes in my left ear and think about when you said that to me on Christmas Eve so many years ago. R.I.P.

Nella Briscoe

February 12, 2020

My memory of Mr. Charles. I started out with Mr. Charles as a caregiver but ended up feeling like a part of the family . Mr. Charles and I spent a lot of time together,going for treatment going for doctors appointments and going out to eat . I enjoyed every minute that I was with him. I will miss him very much. May he rest in peace . Much love to Mrs. Nelma and the rest of the family. I hope we keep in touch love Nell

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