Mason E Seavey  February 15 1954  February 10 2019 (age 64)

Mason E Seavey February 15 1954 February 10 2019 (age 64)

Southbridge – Mason E. Seavey, 64, died Sunday, February 10, 2019 at his home, surrounded by his loving family, after a sudden illness. Mason is survived by his wife of 43 years, Debra (Matheson) Seavey. He is also survived by his son, Eric Seavey of Southbridge; 2 daughters, Amanda Gentile and her husband, Brian, of Oakham, MA, and Jaime St. Peter and her husband, Ray, of Spencer, MA; 8 grandchildren; and his sister, Alison Berry of Naples, FL. Mason was born in Bangor, ME on February 15, 1954, son of the late Orrin Lyman and Bertha (Lewis) Seavey. He served as an Artillarymen for 20 years in the US Army, retiring as a Staff Sergeant in 2003. He later worked at the Bangor International Airport as an aircraft service technician. Mason had three great loves in his life: His grandchildren, maple syrup and the Miami Dolphins. Calling hours will be Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 10AM-11:30AM at Sansoucy Funeral Home, 40 Marcy Street, Southbridge, MA. There will be a time of reflection by family at 11:30, followed by Military Honors at 12Noon.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Mason E Seavey February 15 1954 February 10 2019 (age 64).

Source: Sansoucy Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Southbridge, state: Massachusetts

death notice Mason E Seavey February 15 1954 February 10 2019 (age 64)

obituary notice Mason E Seavey February 15 1954 February 10 2019 (age 64)

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