Carolyn Seager
May 1, 1937 - February 7, 2021
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Wichmann Funeral Home Laemmrich Chapel
312 Milwaukee Street
Menasha, WI 54952
920-722-8252 | Map
Friday 4/9, 3:00 pm

SEAGER, CAROLYN (Neé Suess) Carol passed on peacefully, aged 83 years. Re-united with her loving mother Eleanor, father Maurice, sister Janet, and trusted friends Dorothy Wendt and Jacquelyn Golden. Loving wife of 53 years to her devoted husband Warren, adoptive mother of Laura and Steve and wonderful Nanna to her beloved granddaughter Ellory, beloved mother-in-law…

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Laura Francis left a message on February 20, 2021:
Hello Kathy, Thank you for the lovely message. Carol's funeral service has been scheduled for Friday, April 9, at 3:00pm at Wichmann's Laemmrich Chapel in Menasha. There will be a notice in the Post Crescent in March. The service will be open to the public. Take good care. With thanks, Laura
Kathy Gore left a message on February 19, 2021:
Hi Laura, so sad to hear of your Mothers passing. I had great times with her and Warren at ERA. Went back to look at old photos of her at events we had at ERA, and she always had that great smile. Also, we loved to talk about our dogs. Please let me know when you have something for her memorial. Thank you for your kind words about me on phone calls. Take care and stay safe with your family.
Scott Kutalek left a message on February 14, 2021:
My name is Scott Kutalek. Most who read this will have no idea who I am. Carol's daughter Laura & I were close for many years through college. So many years ago that specific memories escape me. However, I visited the Seager home on many summer weekends. I was always treated like royalty. Really, just like royalty. I was actually a little embarrassed to be me. Carol (actually Mrs. Seager to me at the time) was always so kind. I really loved the whole family. Instead of one specific memory I would like to describe how much one specific gift meant to me. When I became a proper adult, deep into my 30s at this point, I finally met my soul-mate. She accepted my proposal and we were married. Carol created the most beautiful dinning room table cloth with 8 matching coasters. To this day I do not know if she knitted this or if it was a crochet pattern but it must have taken hundreds of hours. We hadn't seen each other or even spoken in well over a decade and this was the finest wedding gift we received. I will always cherish it. Rest in peace Mrs. Seager.
Laura Francis left a message on February 9, 2021:
To my beloved mother: You will forever be with me. Thank you for adopting me and raising me as your own. Thank you for teaching me about unconditional love, loyalty and devotion. Thank you for treating my devoted husband, Richard, as your own son. Thank you for being the most amazing grandmother to my darling daughter, Ellory; you will forever be in our hearts. You set the bar high and I hope I can meet it throughout my life. Your loving daughter, Laura xxx
Susan P Brown left a message on February 9, 2021:
Thinking of you and sending my sincere sympathy. Love, Sue
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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