Henry Seymour
Henry Seymour
Henry Seymour
Henry Seymour
Henry Seymour
Henry Seymour
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Obituary of Henry Garland Seymour

It is with great sadness that the family of the late Henry Seymour announce his passing at the Central Newfoundland Regional Health Care Center, Grand Falls-Windsor.  He was 78 years of age. 

At the age of 16 years, Henry started work with the AND company.  In 1965 he married the love of his life, his wife Lossie and they spent 56 years together.  They moved to Sudbury, Ontario where Henry worked in different factories.  Later he worked in the Nickel Mines in Sudbury, where he retired after 30 years and they returned to Botwood to enjoy life together there. Henry loved golfing, fishing, hanging out with the boys on the wharf.  He also enjoyed going for a quad ride and boat trips with Lossie.  He loved going to the Salvation Army Men’s Fellowship and volunteering with the Red Cross.

He was predeceased by his parents Esau and Effie Seymour; brothers Milton and Edgar Seymour; sisters Olive Hibbs, Ann Snow, Evelyn Hutchings and Claire Peyton.

Henry leaves to mourn with fond and loving memories his wife Lossie; children Keith, Bob, Elizabeth (Tom); grandson Dawson; granddaughter Eudora; great-grandchildren Riley and Austin; sisters Edna Sheppard, Berleen Hynes, Gladys (Dave) Seymour, Linda (Wilson) Hunt, Pauline (Barry) Knight; sister-in-law Christine Seymour; brother-in-law Arthur Hibbs.  

The family would like to acknowledge with deep appreciation, the many expressions of love, concern, and kindness shown to them during this time of bereavement.

Following the Covid 19 restrictions, Visitation will take place on Wednesday from 6 pm-9 pm.  Please call the funeral home at 257-4899 to schedule a vistiation time.

Major Richard Mouland will conduct the funeral sevice from the Salvation Army Citadel, Botwood, on Thursday, June 3, 2021 at 2 pm.  Pallbearers will be Ray Gill, Andrew Collins, Roland Blake, Leroy Hibbs, Fred Rowsell and Ford Hancock.

 

 

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