OBITUARY

Darlene A. Seymour

February 19, 1952May 13, 2019
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A Memorial Mass for Darlene A. Seymour, age 67 of Ogdensburg, will be held at 11:00am on Saturday May 18, 2019 at Notre Dame Church with Rev. Jay Seymour celebrating and Deacon James Crowley serving.

Mrs. Seymour passed away at her home on Monday (May 13, 2019) surrounded by her family and friends. Arrangements are with the Fox & Murray Funeral Home.

Surviving is her husband Joseph Seymour of Ogdensburg; a son Brian Seymour & his wife Jennifer of Charlotte, NC; her mother Hilda St. Hilaire of Bombay, NY; grandchildren Alexander, Caitlyn & Declan Seymour; a brother Leon (Kathy)St. Hilaire of Brushton; four sisters Karen St. Hilaire & her life partner Pat McKeown of Massena, Monica (Ralph) Beebe of Malone, Ellyn St. Hilaire-Tabb & her husband Willie of Pierrepoint and Mary Jo Tuper and her fiancee’ Rick Berkeley of Camden, TN; along with many brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews & cousins.

Her father Leon St. Hilaire and mother-in-law Clara Seymour predeceased her.

Darlene was born on February 19, 1952 in Bombay NY, the daughter of Leon & Hilda (Jock) St. Hilaire. She graduated from Salmon River Central School and continued her education at Mater Dei College and Potsdam State receiving a degree in Social Work. She later married Joseph T. Seymour on June 10, 1978.

During her career she worked as the St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center first as a therapy aid and later retired as a social worker in 2002. She was a member of the Claxton Hepburn Medical Center Ladies Auxiliary, Notre Dame Parish, and past president of the Terra Mar Village Social Committee. She enjoyed making wedding cakes, crafts of all kinds, designing on her computer, winters spent in Florida, visiting son and grandchildren in Charlotte, NC and being around her family and friends.

Memorial contributions can be made to the Richard E. Winter Cancer Center, 5 Lyons Place, Ogdensburg, NY 13669. Condolences and fond memories can also be shared online at www.foxandmurrayfuneralhome.com.

Services

  • A Memorial Mass Saturday, May 18, 2019

Memories

Darlene A. Seymour

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Bob & Bea Tellier

May 18, 2019

Joe and family:
Can't begin to tell you how much we will miss our great friend.

Jeff Bracy

May 18, 2019

So sorry to hear about Darlene , are prayers are with you Joe and family.

LaKeisha Criswell

May 17, 2019

Brian and Family,

I'm so sorry for your lost. I pray your memories of family visits will bring you comfort during this difficult time.

Regards,

LaKeisha Criswell

Beverly Bush Bloodough

May 17, 2019

Thoughts and prayers to Darlene's family. I remember her as a sweet lady and a wonderful neighbor.

Bob Duprey

May 16, 2019

My deepest condolences Joe, Brian and family. I pray that the Lord will give you comfort as you contemplate all of the wonderful things Darlene did for others.

Mary Sovie

May 16, 2019

Joe, Brian & family, We were so sorry to hear of Darlene passing. She was such a sweet soul and always pleasant and had a smile, no matter what she was going through. She will surely be missed and has left memories that will continue to live in our hearts. We are praying for the repose of her soul and will keep all of your family in our prayers. Hugs. Mary & Steve Sovie

Robert McGuire

May 16, 2019

Brian and family, I'm very sorry for the loss of your mom.
May you all find peace thinking about the good memories!

Larry and Valerie Puccia

May 16, 2019

Joe and Brian and Family
Larry and I are sooo sorry to hear of the passing of Darlene. Darlene has always been a fabulous loving woman and we will treasure all those fun memories we shared , all those years ago !
Please take comfort knowing
our thoughts and prayers are with you !
We love you dearly !!

Carole Ann Milljour

May 15, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss! Darlene was a special friend during our school years together and will most certainly, always hold a special place in the hearts of all who got to know and love her!

I will never forget the fun times we spent together, especially at her parent's home in Bombay; camping outside in a tent, straightening our hair, playing games, laughing and singing! Her mother was always so warm and genuine, Darlene came from a loving family!. She was certainly a very caring and loving person herself. I remember her telling me that at one time she was considering becoming a nun; but I told her that she should forget about joining a religious order, because I could picture her being married with a family and that she had the makings of a good mother! I can't tell you how happy I was to run into her years later to find that she had found that someone special and did become a mother; and now I learn that she even ended up with grandchildren! I don't know if she actually listened to me or not, but the result was still the same! (Not that being a nun is a bad thing, because it is a wonderful calling, but not the one I would have expected to see Darlene take. )

I will always have fond memories of Darlene and her loving family! I wish I could have kept in closer contact with her throughout the years, but unfortunately, life just got in the way as it often does!. However, I will always have fond memories of a very special person (and her loving family)! God Bless you all during this most difficult time! We were all blessed to know her and have her in our lives even if it was for such a short time! I'm sure her place in heaven is well secured!

Karen&kevin Madill

May 15, 2019

Joe,sending condolences to you and your family,Darleen was a wonderful and caring person,to know her was love,a very loving and considerate women she was, im sure she is in Heaven protecting all😍

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