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August 17, 2018

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February 24, 2018
With deep regret I read in the Austin newspaper of Richard Seaman's passing away. Our time in Austin overlapped a bit, after 1970 when we moved back to Austin from Wisconsin and much later when he retired and returned to Austin , but it was at Wichita Falls Senior High and Midwestern that we were classmates, and I think he even took Ms Lipscomb's class on journalism at WFSH when I did. I am sorry I did not know when he moved back to Austin as he was far and away one of the nicest (and brightest) classmates I had in those early years. He was thoughtful and articulate and a leader there and at Midwestern (known as Hardin Junior College when we both first enrolled there. When we both were back in Austin in 1970 and thereafter, I was too busy getting into my job here to be aware that he was at Lakeway--which we visited from time to time when friends from out of town were vacationing there. How nice it would have been to reconnect with such a singularly fine person from high school days. We did not know when he returned to Austin more recently. In any case, Texas lost a singularly fine man when Richard passed away and I send my deepest sympathy to his surviving family. They were fortunate indeed to share his life.
February 23, 2018
All my love to you and your family.
February 23, 2018
My heartfelt condolences to Mr. Seaman's family. Mr. Seaman was my first boss, he hired me as a student from my vocational office education class in 1969. He was an awesome boss. My prayers are with his family.

Cordelia Mendoza
Austin, Texas