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Stanley L. Seekman

April 24, 1942 - September 19, 2021

Cremation has taken place. The cremains of Stan and Rene will be buried together in a private service at Mountain Home Cemetery, Otsego. Memorial contributions in Stan’s memory may be given to Senior Care Partners PACE or Rose Arbor Hospice Residence.

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SEEKMAN, Stanley L.

Otsego

 

Stan Seekman, age 79, passed away peacefully on September 19, 2021, his 20th wedding anniversary, at Rose Arbor Hospice with family at his side.  Born April 24, 1942, to Earl and Irene (Finn) Seekman, Stan was a lifelong resident of the City of Otsego.

 

Stan retired from Otsego Public Schools after over 30 years of loyal service.  He was a skilled carpenter sharing his skills with many family members and residents of Otsego.  He put in endless hours of work to help his daughter with her first home, refinishing floors, plastering walls with custom crown moldings, even installing a new roof.  He built beautiful furniture for his daughter and grandchildren which is still in good use 30 years later because Stan always did quality work.

 

On September 19, 2001, Stan married Lorena “Rene” Warner who precedes him in death along with his parents, and siblings Russell Seekman, Lorna Pirrone, Dan Seekman, & Verna Louallen.   Stan is survived by his daughter Laura (Kevin) Ferrara, grandchildren Alexandra (Adam) Hutchinson & Kevin Walter “Wally” Ferrara, and great-grandchildren Calvin and Katie Hutchinson.  Also surviving are siblings Richard Seekman, Mary Ann Schiero, & Karen (Jack) Campbell, and several nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. The cremains of Stan and Rene will be buried together in a private service at Mountain Home Cemetery, Otsego.

 

Stan will forever remain in our hearts.  He persevered through many challenges in life and created a legacy of friendship and family.  We are grateful for the caring hands at Senior Care Partners PACE (Kalamazoo) who made it possible for Stan to remain in is home until his final days, just as he had wished.

 

Memorial contributions in Stan’s memory may be given to Senior Care Partners PACE or Rose Arbor Hospice Residence.