Paul Chestene Seagraves

December 7, 1924July 29, 2012

Dr. Rev. Paul C. Seagraves

Dr. Rev. Paul C. Seagraves was born December 7, 1924 in Broken Bow, OK to John and Victoria Seagraves and passed peacefully Sunday July 29, 2012 at his home. A visitation will be held 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Friday August 3rd at Greenwood Funeral Home in Renton with funeral service 2:30 pm Saturday August 4th at Renaissance Apostolic Church located at 2400 E Valley Rd, Renton. Private Entombment to be held at a later date. If a memorial is desired in lieu of flowers, The Rev. Dr. Paul C. Seagraves Scholarship fund has been established to continue his legacy of ministry. Contact Rev. Andrew Seagraves, administrator for further information (call or text 425-283-7971)


  • Funeral Service Saturday, August 4, 2012
  • Visitation Friday, August 3, 2012

Paul Chestene Seagraves

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Phyllis Kepford

August 27, 2013

We loved & respected our wonderful Uncle Paul Seagraves, He was always a great man & great part of the family. I no that he is enjoying Heaven now & is with the ones that have already made that journey. We all will be happy to join him there soon. I'm ready to go anytime God calls me home.

October 5, 2012

Jane Rogers

August 12, 2012

Brother Seagraves had a special place in my heart. He and his wife were there for my sister and I at a difficult time in our lives when he was pastor in Ontario, California. Steven, his son, and I were good friends, the same age and in the same class. Ron & Barbara were special people to me. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. God Bless you all...and I will always love your family! Jane Rogers(aka as PJ)

Jean Rogers/Walter

August 11, 2012

Bro Seagraves was my first UPC pastor in Ontario, CA. I send my prayers and sympathy to the family.

Bob Adair

August 11, 2012

Bro. Seagraves was a true Christian gentleman! Having known him since the 60's, I can say he was always a friend of the young men coming up in the ministry. He and his wife raised a fine family. Our prays for God's comfort to fill the great void that he will leave here. "Till we meet again!"

Delta Louise Wilkins-Payne

August 8, 2012

To my one and only Uncle, you could tell he was a Christian when he looked at you. We'll see you again in Heaven. Love,Delta Louise Wilkins Payne

L.G Oakes

August 4, 2012

Brother Seagraves became a member of our family when our daughter married his son, Steven. A devoted man of God who always had a smile. We were always blessed when he made a trip to Arkansas and he preached in our church on every trip. Not only did we love him but the congregation in Bald Knob Arkansas loved him as well. He lived a long and fruitful life for which I know his family is deeply grateful. He will be missed. Our prayers are with the family as they go through this transition.
Rev. L.G. and Gwyn Oakes

Michael and Stephanie Loewen

August 4, 2012

Bro. Seagraves was a man like none other I have ever known. A Godly man who lived his faith. A kind/encouraging word and smile always on his face. Afraid of nothing, because he knew what his God could do. Words cannot begin to express how this man has influenced mine and others lives. He loved and will always be loved. He's home with Sis. Seagraves enjoying the awesome presence of our God together again. Our loss is his gain. He'll be missed but always remembered. God bless all who knew and loved him.

Ed Robinson

August 4, 2012

It is obvious to us that Bro. Seagraves, an anointed man of God, has left a "footprint" that will be seen and felt for many years to come! It is also apparent his influence is seen in all that came in contact with him! Our thoughts and prayers are with the Seagraves family. Ed and Liz Robinson

Braden Andersen

August 4, 2012

Though only recently did I have the privilege of meeting Bro Seagraves, I was immensely impressed by his deep walk with God. You could not stand in a room with this man and not know he had a long standing service and love for God. As a hospice nurse, I have seen many people "transition" from this life into the next, but I have never seen anyone do so with such peace as this man. The last time I saw him, he was very weary and got into his bed, as his loving family surrounded him. But even then - tired, sick, and uncomfortable - he lifted both hands and literally worshiped his Heavenly Father. While, the passing of this great man is a loss to those of us who remain, I know that he has simple transitioned to worshiping his Heavenly Father face-to-face!