Noel Marshall Seeburg Jr. (1924 - 2016)

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Noel Marshall Seeburg, Jr. Noel Marshall Seeburg, Jr., husband of Alice Neville Seeburg, died at home on April 9, 2016 in New Orleans. No service is planned at this time. Noel Seeburg was born in Chicago on January 7, 1924, son of Noel Marshall Seeburg, Sr. and Alice Van Sands Seeburg of Chicago. He graduated from Phillips Academy-Andover, Harvard College and Harvard Law School. Mr. Seeburg grew up in Chicago and Palm Beach, Florida and joined the Army in 1943. He served in the Philippines until 1946, achieving the rank of Captain and earning two Bronze Stars and a Purple Heart. He was in business with his family in Chicago until 1976 when he and Mrs. Seeburg moved to Beaufort, SC. Mr. Seeburg joined the law firm of Harvey & Battey of Beaufort in 1981 and remained a partner there until 1995. In addition, he served on the boards of Beaufort Memorial Hospital and the Beaufort Open Land Trust. He was predeceased by Alice and their daughter, Karin Neville Seeburg MD, and is survived by their two daughters, Lucy Van Sands Seeburg of Bolinas, California and Alice St. Germain-Jefferson of New Orleans as well as three grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Beaufort Memorial Hospital or the Beaufort Open Land Trust. Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home and Cemeteries in New Orleans will be serving the family. To view and sign the guest book, visit
Published in The Island Packet on Apr. 24, 2016
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