Ms. Carita "Connie" B Seaney

February 23, 1928May 13, 2018

Ms. Connie Seaney passed into glory May 13, 2018 after a brief illness at the Baptist Hospital. Ms. Seaney was born February 23, 1928 in Bloomington, IL to George and Oma Baker, the youngest of ten children.

Ms. Seaney was a life long member of Pearson Baptist Church and sang in the choir for many years. Ms. Seaney was an accomplished dulcimer player, had a great fondness of old time mountain music and gave lessons to anyone that wanted to learn to play.

Ms. Seaney worked as the church secretary for many years before moving to the MS Baptist Convention Board in Jackson, MS where she worked until her retirement.

After retiring Ms. Seaney was an active member of the Eastern Star located at the John P. Byrd Lodge No. 629 in Pearl where she held various officer positions to include Worthy Matron.

In her later years Ms. Seaney looked forward to senior day at the Pearl Community Center where she played Hand & Foot and other card games with her friends.

Ms. Seaney touched everyone she met and will be missed by all of her friends and relatives.

Ms. Seaney is preceded in death by her husband, Eugene Seaney, Jr. and oldest son, Sammy Seaney from Harrisville, MS. Ms. Seaney is survived by two sons, Marlon Seaney from Pearl, MS and Bobby Seaney from Morton, MS as well as many grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Visitation will be held at Lakewood Funeral Home on Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and Friday, May 18, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. with the service starting at 11:00 a.m. officiated by Reverend Calvin Williams and music by Buddy Casey. Internment will follow the service.

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  • Visitation Thursday, May 17, 2018
  • Visitation Friday, May 18, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 18, 2018

Ms. Carita "Connie" B Seaney

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Tom Henderson

May 17, 2018

I first met Connie about five years ago when she graciously agreed to share her memories of the Gold Coast. We talked several times and toured the area where she and her husband's family lived during the heyday of the Gold Coast. She introduced me to Aunt Opal Barnhill who, along with Connie, told me many stories of the Seaney family and others who lived there. Connie was always so kind and good natured and had a wonderful memory of events and people. I wish I could have heard her play the dulcimer. My sympathy to her sons and family. Tom Henderson.

William Powell

May 15, 2018

Bobby & all the Seaney family,
Sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. May God bless you during this time of grief. I want to say I met her one time at the base.

Martha B West

May 15, 2018

My first memory of Connie was in the fellowship hall of Pearson Baptist on a Sunday morning during Sunday School Assembly. She was sitting on the front row and was bouncing 6 mo. old Bobby on her lap. She had long, thick beautiful blonde hair and was such a lovely Mother. Our families enjoyed a close friendship during our years at Pearson sharing in teaching Sunday School and working with Buddy and Ted in Cub Scouts.
Over the years she has proven to be a faithful and loving friend. My heart goes out to her precious family as you have truly honored her in every way. Dear Connie, I will miss you dearly. Love, Martha

K. Mercado

May 15, 2018

Good evening. My deepest condolences go out to the Seaney family. I can tell she really appreciated good music. Today many lack appreciation for a good tune. Mrs. Seaney is to be commended for her appreciation for spiritual things. There is not doubt that her faith instilled in her great love, appreciation, and care for family, friends and others in her community. May the Seaney family take comfort in the words found in John 5:28:  “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out”.

Kathy Matheny

May 15, 2018

I have several special memories of this special lady..I especially loved being with her on the coast at the wedding of Bobby and Belinda...She has such an infectious smile and such a sweet spirit..The greatest memory I will cherish was on her birthday when she was surprised with a MOTORCYCLE ride to her party and I was there to cover it for the Clarion Ledger...She was scared to death but was such a trooper when she got on the back of the bike..!!

Lori Dewberry

May 15, 2018

I have many memories of Ms. Connie from church, but the most personal was when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. She told me her story and was so encouraging. She even told me funny stories about her prosthetic and one of her sons. It felt so good to laugh about it. I don't know how I would have gotten through without women like her. I will miss her.