SEAMAN Gregory Stewart
of Clarkston, passed away February 5, 2018 at 68 years of age. Loving husband of Sally for 45 years; dear father of Amy, Dr. Ryan (Laura), David, and Kyle Seaman; grandfather of Gabe, Jacob, and Abby; brother of Gloria (Randy) Moore and Gary Seaman. Preceded in death by parents Elwood and Sylvia, and brothers, Jeff and John. Greg was a teacher for Clarkston Schools and retired in 2004. He enjoyed reading, tending his rose garden, and most of all adored and loved his children.
Family will receive friends, Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 10 AM until time of service.
Memorial service: Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 11:30 AM at Clarkston United Methodist Church, 6600 Waldon Road, Clarkston.
In lieu of flowers, contributions to the family or your charity of choice.
I’m saddened to hear this news. Growing up, the Seaman’s were an extended part of the Santer family tradition. Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays were not complete without visits by Greg, Sally and the Seaman clan. Greg was always kind, funny and an overall enlightened guy. My thoughts go out to Sally, Ryan, Amy, David, Kyle and everyone that will wrestle with this loss.
Greg was a CHS '67 classmate. Our class celebrated with a 50th class reunion at the end of October and Greg had the opportunity to renew friendships with a lot of his classmates. Glad to be able to spend time with him. He will be missed.
Joel & Mindy DeLong
In loving memory of my brother Greg for his dedication and professionalism in the special education field at Clarkston School district. He was well respected. I have many fine memories of us growing up. I love my brother. I won't be able to be present for the service but I'm always with my brother, past and present. Rest in peace you kinda heart
Mr. Seaman, as I knew him as when he was one of my teachers in the 6th and 7th grade, was one of the people who made me who I am today. He was an ispiration and helped me see that I have more to offer to the world. I am grateful to have him as a teacher, and to have met his family as well.
Thank you Mr. Seaman.
Sally, I am so very sorry for your loss. I remember when you were a teacher at Pine Knob School and how much my daughter Lisa and son Chris enjoyed being in your class. I just wanted you to know I am thinking of you now . God Bless you and your family.
Lisa and Jay Lacewell
Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Greg watched our dog Bella at our home often. A kind loving person that will be missed.
Rest I heaven.
Jay, Lisa, Matthew and Bella Blue ??
Deepest sympathy to you Sally and your family. Greg was always one of the nicest students when we went to school together. God bless you. CHS'67