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August 21, 2018

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March 17, 2018
17 years ago today, Dr. Seaton and many others, helped me in attaining s college degree, THank you and rest in peace.
March 10, 2018
I had the honor of being a student in one of Dr. Seaton's freshman English classes at OSU-N in 1973. I was so impressed by her teaching that I took two more classes with her...a literature class and an honors English class she suggested. She was an inspiration--a dedicated and amazing instructor who cared about teaching and her students. I still think of her influences these 40 plus years later. My thoughts are with the family at this difficult time.

Laurinda K. Morris, DVM
March 8, 2018
Beverly Seaton was a collector, of plants and
flowers, of books and cats,and former students. Occasionally she would host pizza parties for her students, marveling, "I didn't know you could eat so much!" When she and husband John moved into the country, they agreed to maintain a "critter friendly" zone. This meant birds, squirrels, raccoons, skunks and snakes all shared the farm. She held to a campaign of passive resistance with the deer, even after they ate the 99 tulip bulbs she had planted in her mother's memory.
In Beverly's memory, please register to vote and especially welcome a cat into your home.
~Cheryl