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Jerry Seeman (AP Photo/NFL Photos, File)
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December 4, 2013
"Each man's life touches so many other lives. When he isn't around he leaves an awful hole, doesn't he?", quoted from It's a Wonderful Life. It is so obvious that Mr. Seeman did just that. I am sure you are proud of what a wonderful man he was and of how many lives he touched. I am so sorry for your loss.
Fridley High School, Class of '71
December 3, 2013
Dear Jeff and Seeman Family,
I am sorry for your loss of a wonderful fellow. Having spent many days officiating with Jerry in the "old days", I always felt that I learned something to take to my next game. He was a gentleman first and last and many of us know that we are better for having known him. My sympathies and kind thoughts for you. Be well.
December 3, 2013
So sorry Marilyn,
for the loss of your Husband -- and Mike, Jon, and Jeff for the loss of your sport-loving father. It is sad to losse another special one from our closely knit neighborhood in Fridley, The Eckland house was just above the Seeman house that was painted a sparkling while with a white picket fence; its yard was usually filled with boys throwing a ball of some sort on a mostly worn sodded lawn.I think of that lawn now and wonder if it misses a loving father with his three sporty sons playing on that worn grass.
December 3, 2013
Knew your Dad mostly through you Jeff. Met him at your wedding...seemed to have a great spirit for living life to the fullest. Always a big smile on his face. Our prayers go out to him and your entire family.
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