Christopher Seeber

September 17, 1966April 3, 2018
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Christopher James Seeber passed away on Tuesday, April 3, 2018 in Flowery Branch, Ga. Christopher was born in Arlington Heights, IL to parents Henry Kenneth Seeber and Suzanne Parsons Levy. He was also raised by his step parents, Josephine Seeber and Burton Levy. As a child he was surrounded by a large blended family who cared for him deeply. As he grew up he learned to play the trumpet, participated in wresting and track, and loved to draw. He graduated high school from Bridgewater-Raritan High School West and went on to graduate from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. While in college, Christopher took up acting and participated in a number of performances. Acting became a love that he pursued after college, performing in plays for a children’s theater. He became a Business Analyst at Dade Behring and later Siemens. Christopher’s greatest joy were his children; Cecelia, Skyler, and Leila.

Christopher is remembered as a loving son, brother, father, and friend. Christopher was preceded in death by his mother, Suzanne Levy and by his brother, David Seeber. Christopher is survived by his daughters Cecelia, Skyler, and Leila of Flowery Branch Ga., his father Henry Kenneth Seeber and stepmother Josephine Seeber of Oak Hill, Va, his stepfather Burton Levy of Loganville, Ga, his sister Janet and Alan Logan of Flanders, NJ, sister Mimi Perper of Greensboro, NC, brother Ronald Levy of Stewartsville, NJ, sister Aron and Bernie Maroto of Braselton, Ga, and sister Rachel and Jason Bruce of Litchfield, CT, as well as thirteen nieces and nephews.

A memorial will be held Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 11am in the Chapel at Eternal Hills Funeral Home, 3594 Stone Mountain Hwy., Snellville, GA. Burial will follow at Eternal Hills Memory Gardens.


  • Memorial Service Wednesday, April 11, 2018

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Anne Zelonis

May 7, 2018

I will never forget Chris' smile, laugh, and kind soul. I worked with Chris off and on from 2006 - 2018. When I was new to the team in 2006, I visited the site down in Atlanta. Chris not only showed me the ropes in SAP, but actually had me over for dinner with his family. I have never had another colleague show such kindness. Chris was an extremely hard worker, well respected, and loved his girls more than anything in the world. I miss him.

Jane Hutchison

April 15, 2018

Chris was one of my favorite co-workers for years. Always smiling & laughing. He was so proud of his girls & just beamed when he spoke of them. It was obvious he loved them with all his heart. Rest in peace my friend. I will keep the girls & the family in my prayers.

Jim D’Amato

April 13, 2018

Deepest sympathies to all of Chris’s family. I go a long way back with Chris working at the McDonalds in Somerville NJ. We were both from different high schools, but it didn’t matter - we became fast and good friends. We had the best time working and goofing around at McDonalds - Chris could make us all laugh. When we got older, we would hang out down at the Jersey shore. A group of us got together and rented a place down the shore. I can remember walking around on the boardwalk with Chris at 2 AM. The group of us just wanted to go hangout on the beach and walk the boardwalk. I haven’t seen Chris in many years. I was stunned to hear of his passing. Sending many thoughts and prayers for his family, especially his daughters. Chris was such a really great guy and friend.

Cheryl Glover

April 11, 2018

I am very sorry for your loss.
My thoughts and prayers are with all of the family. I could not attend the service today.
Chris was very proud of all of his daughters. He talked about them each time I saw him.

In sympathy
Cheryl Glover

Teresa Wegman

April 11, 2018

I am a old work friend of Chris's. I first met Chris at the Dupont Med Products warehouse/customer service facility in GA back in the mid to late 90's. We continued to work together when the warehouse was moved from GA up to CenterPoint DE when we became Dade. As well our paths crossed often when we then were sucked up by Siemens and again the warehouse moved from DE to Indiana.

During this time, Chris didn't share a lot of details about himself, but one thing he did relay was his great love for his "ladies" as I called them. My heart and prayers go out to all of his family but especially to his beautiful daughters.

He will surely be missed but I hope that the wonderful memories each individual carries with them will console him or her.

Andy Parsons

April 9, 2018

You and he could pass an age apart, until you arrive at his door one day, smile at one another, and forget you were ever wayward. Chris had a smile, laugh, and presence that brought you peace. In remembering him, we shed our tears, but I hope--as he did--that we tell our stories, laugh more than a little, and hug each other throughout it all.

Craig Ross

April 9, 2018

Christopher will be missed by all of his former colleagues at Siemens. It was clear that Christopher's girls were always at the top of his priority list. He cared about others before himself and enjoyed time with his team, laughing and sharing stories about our families. I remember his love for his "hometown" baseball team - the Cubbies. I will be thinking of Christopher as the cubs kick off their season in Chicago today. We will all miss him.

Thoughts and Prayers


Hope Nance

April 9, 2018

Chris was someone who wore his heart on his sleeve. He loved his girls with all his heart and never missed an opportunity to tell people that. He will be greatly missed for his kind and genuine nature.

My deepest sympathy go to his family.