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David Clair Seeley


Gender: Male

Date of Birth: August 3, 1934

Date of Death: February 3, 2005

Birth Place: Flint, MI

Death Place: Mt. Morris, MI

SEELEY, David “Dave” Clair – Age 70, of Mt. Morris, died Thursday, February 3, 2005 at Hurley Medical Center. Mass of Christian Burial will be held 11:00am, Monday, February 7, 2005 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Mt. Morris. Rev. Fr. Thomas Nenneau will officiate with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. Dave’s family will be present at the Miles Martin Funeral Home to receive friends on Sunday from 1-9pm. On Sunday afternoon, family, friends and parish will gather at the funeral home for a Scripture Rosary at 2pm. On Monday morning, Dave will be taken to church to lie in state from 10am until the time of Funeral Mass at 11am. In lieu of flowers, memorial may be directed to St. Mary’s Church or School. Envelopes are available at the funeral home and church. Dave was born August 3, 1934 in Flint the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair and Mary (LeMieux) Seeley. As a young man, he was drafted and served with the US Army from 1957-1959. While in the service he and Janet Smith were united in marriage on June 22, 1957 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Flint. Dave worked as a mechanical engineer for Gasser Engineering retiring in 2000. After his “retirement” he began working for Pro-Tech Industries. He enjoyed golfing, bowling and tinkering with his tools. Nothing gave him more pleasure than being with his family or spending time with Janet on their “rides” together. Dave was also a member of St. Mary Catholic Church in Mt. Morris. Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 47 years, Janet, 4 children, Mary Seeley and husband Clyde Anderson of Clio, David Seeley of Alaska, Michael and wife Cynthia Seeley of Clio, Anjanette and husband Arthur Laurin of Grand Blanc, 11 grandchildren, Traci, Tara, Aricka, Clyde III, Carie, Ricky, Kristen, Alexis, Alexander, Andrea and Adyson, 3 great-grandchildren, and many close friends. Dave was preceded in death by his parents and 2 brothers, Charles Eugene and Frank Haines.

Published in the Flint Journal (Flint, Michigan) February 7, 2005