“Missing you as always.
“I continue to miss you and think about you often...
“I miss you still...I think about you every day.
“Another year has passed and I continue to think about you often...I miss you.
“I have thought of you every day this past year my dear friend. You are missed...
“Seth's mesmerizing, golden voice is missed so very much by his listeners. As I read somewhere recently, the silence is unbearable! Rest in peace.
“Hey Seth, Goodness, it is lonley without you here...but we will meet on the other side and remember...you are always an Aggie...
Don Swofford '69
“I just tuned in hoping to hear some of Seth's great music and am shocked and saddenend to learn he is no longer with us. He has been a part of my life since I moved to Charlottesville 18 years ago and I feel I have lost a friend of long standing. Another friend once said "Seth makes me want to listen" - and he did. I will never forget his love of bluegrass, his observations on birds, or his wonderful voice. Heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, and colleagues.
“I will miss Seth's voice on radio, his classical music show, his knowledge about the birds, and his general humor about life. The last time we exchanged online conversations was just a few days before his passing on Facebook. It was about the different owl calls; in particular, the screech owl's haunting, soothing sounds. A talented man and appreciated by so many people, he has left us feeling we have lost a very good friend. I send condolences to his family and very close friends during...
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Seth Williamson, longtime producer of "Morning Classics" on public radio station WVTF (89.1 FM) in Roanoke, died Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011.Read More