Jeannette Seaman

Jeannette Seaman

Tuesday, February 28th, 1939 - Friday, March 12th, 2021
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Mrs. Hazel Jeannette Seaman, 82, of Jefferson City, Mo., passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Friday, March 12, 2021.

She was born on February 28, 1939 in Jefferson City a daughter of the late Raymond Cecil and Hazel Victoria (Robertson) Connell. In 1967, she married Frederick Herbert Seaman III.

A lifelong resident of the Central Missouri area, Jeannette was a 1957 graduate of Jefferson City High School. She also attended the University of Missouri and Lincoln University.

She was employed at Missouri Power and Light Company, and was an executive secretary with Missouri Bar Association, Missouri State Legislature, and Lincoln University.

Jeannette enjoyed politics, telling stories, gardening, playing the piano, and all types of music. She loved watching a good mystery and going on road trips. She especially enjoyed travelling to Italy to visit her sister. Jeannette loved her family and looked forward to dance recitals, youth sports and gatherings especially around the holidays

Her family would like to thank the many healthcare workers who cared for her over the past few years. She loved you all very much.

Survivors include: her children, Eric Seaman (Denice Adkins) of Columbia, Mo., and Gail Seaman of New Orleans, La.; sisters, Janice McDaniel (Ronnie) of Fulton, Mo., and Colleen Pisaneschi of Petaluma, Ca.; nephews, Mike McDaniel (Vicki), David McDaniel (Beth) and Joe McDaniel (Lisa) all of Fulton, Mo.; and several great nieces and nephews.

Private graveside services will be held at New Hope Cemetery in Marion, Mo. A celebration of Life will be held when it is safe for us all to be together again.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the New Hope Cemetery Association.
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Private graveside services will be held at New Hope Cemetery in Marion, Mo. A celebration of Life will be held when it is safe for us all to be together again.


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Kirk Rosenhan

Posted at 05:35pm
My sympathy in your loss. She had a productive and successful life

Kathleen Jordan

Posted at 12:02pm
What I remember most about Jeannette is that when she and I would get together, we would laugh, laugh and laugh some more. I loved her laugh. I loved hearing her play the piano. Once when she came to visit at my house, she asked me, "Do you have water?" Dewey was there and really teased her about that...saying things like, "no, Jeannette, Kathleen lives in a place where there is no water." We had the best time that day. Jeannette played the piano for us and I didn't want her to quit. I love that we have many memories to keep with us forever.

My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time.
Kathleen Jordan

Laura Urwin

Posted at 07:57pm
Sending our deepest condolences and lots of love to all of Jeannette's family.

Laura and Geoff Urwin

Keri Disney-Story

Posted at 01:56pm
Thinking of your family in this difficult time.
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Posted at 01:55pm
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