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September 24, 2018

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September 24, 2018

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January 9, 2018
Seymour was President of Family Counseling Service of Glencoe from 1984-86.
He recruited me for that board in 1980. He was a trusted adviser and mentored me in all areas of board development. It was an honor to have known and to have worked with him. I remember him as a true gentleman chivalrous, courteous and honorable a rare breed. His legacy is that of a life well lived. I have many cherished memories of your wonderful father.
With deepest sympathy,
December 31, 2017
Seymour's obituary brought back great memories of a gentleman who was so generous with his time. I worked with him while I was at the Illinois State Library. he was passionate about libraries; impatient with those who didn't make things happen; and a great leader. When he called, you knew he had an idea and wanted to get moving! He was an early role model for me and showed us the benefit of having a business minded person working on library issues. We all learned from him. I am sorry for his loss. Bridget L Lamont, Springfield
December 31, 2017
December 29, 2017