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Glenn Frank Seabaugh

Glenn Frank Seabaugh, 94, died September 24, 2010.

He was born June 1, 1916, a son of Frank and Hester Seabaugh at Marble Hill, Missouri.

Mr. Seabaugh is survived by the love of his live, Cordia Seabaugh. On August 18, 2010 they celebrated their 74th wedding anniversary.

He is also survived by three children, two daughters, Glenda Rainwater  of Troy, Illinois and Jeretta Beckman of St. Louis.; one son, Wayne Seabaugh of Hot Springs, Arkansas; Eight grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and four great-great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Hester Seabaugh; brothers, Lindell Seabaugh, Leslie Seabaugh, Gene Seabaugh; and two sisters who died as infants. Also many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Mr. Seabaugh accepted Christ as his personal Lord and savior in 1950 at Fellowship Baptist Church in Sikeston, Missouri. This began a life-long journey of faith in action, as he began to teach a boy’s Sunday School class and served for many years as a deacon of his church.

After moving to Fredericktown,  they joined Meadow Heights Baptist Church where they faithfully attended for 30 years until they were homebound because of bad health.

Mr. Seabaugh grew up in Southeast Missouri and enjoyed farming and spending time with family. He was devoted to his family and loved spending time, especially in later years with his many grandchildren.

He retired from Arkansas Best Freight Truck Lines in 1973. After retirement they moved from Cape Girardeau, Missouri to Fredericktown. By growing vegetables in his garden he was able, once again, to enjoy working in the soil. He loved sharing the bounty of his work with many family and friends. In 1974 they made their first trip to Lake Wales, Florida. This trip ignited a spark that took them to Florida for 27 wonderful winters. The last two years he has been a resident of Stockhoff Nursing Home. Everyone there remembers him as a gentle, sweet, helpful person. He will be missed by the residents and staff. It’s not goodbye Daddy, Grandpa, Paw-Paw, GPaw, but farewell, where we will join you later in heaven.

Services were held September 27, 2010 at Follis and Sons Chapel with Pastor Bryan Mills and Dr. Mike Seabaugh officiating. Burial was at Marcus Memorial Park Cemetery in Fredericktown.

Arrangements by Follis and Sons Funeral Home of Fredericktown, Missouri

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