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SEITZ. My beloved husband, Timothy Raymond Seitz, went home to be with the Lord on December 1, 2012. Tim was born on November 10, 1967 at Fort Benning, Ga. He is survived by his beloved wife, Wendy Beth; and their three children, Kaleigh (12), Jason (9) and Gabrielle (7); his parents, Sid and Mary Kay Seitz of Kirkland, Wash.; his sister, Tiffany Hawkins (Cary) of Edmond, Okla.; and a host of many relatives. Tim graduated from Juanita High School in Kirkland, Wash., in 1985. He graduated from West Point, USMA class of 1989. He served in the U.S. Army Infantry at Fort Lewis, Wash., and many other duty stations including South Korea until 1996. He received his MBA from Harvard Business School in 1998. Tim was a teacher and deacon at his church, Three Chopt Road Church of Christ. He was a consultant for McKinsey & Company (OHIO) and Capital One in Virginia. He was currently a partner at RVA Media Group in Richmond. His interests include racquetball, squash, chess, board gaming, cycling, MMA and being with his family. His remains rest at the Bliley's-Staples Mill, 8510 Staples Mill, where the family will receive friends on Thursday, December 6 from 5 to 8 p.m. A Celebration of Tim's Life will be held on Friday December 7, at 10 a.m. at Three Chopt Rd. Church of Christ at 9500 Three Chopt Rd. Interment will be at Virginia Veterans Cemetery in Amelia at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family would greatly appreciate donations to be made specifically to the "Tim Seitz Memorial Fund" at any branch of Bank of America or via PayPal using [email protected]

This obituary was originally published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

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Tomorrow is December 1, a year since you've been gone Tim........ you would be so proud of your family!

All the best to Wendy and the kids as you continue to move forward making new lives for yourselves, but never forgetting your Tim! Love, the Sutters

I'm so sorry for your loss. I played "A few Acres of Snow"(board game) with Tim online. I found him to be the toughest of opponents and a consummate gentleman. The prayers of the Birckhead family are with you.

So sorry to hear of Tim's passing.! I worked with him for a short while at Captal One. As a Navy guy, we always had fun around the Army Navy game. Tim was always a bright spot in the office and helping us have a good time!

Wendy, my dear sister and friend, I am lifting your name up in prayer. I take comfort in knowing that Tim was a servant of God. You are right when you said that Tim has won this game...the game of life...His memory will live on. You have so many loving people looking out for you and my neices and nephew. It makes me proud to know that I have a sister who everyone is fighting to be the ones to help. I am here for you...day or night...I am a short phone call or facetime away. I love you.

Rest now Tim. I know that your work as a Christian father continues to shine in your children. I know Wendy will miss you. God Bless

Wendy, We are so sorry to hear of Tim's passing! You are in our prayers! Dick and Becky Kearns

I will see you again , my brother Tim. But for now, I will miss you.

I worked with Tim at Robinson Radio. My heart broke for your family when I heard the tragic news. Tim obviously loved his kids and wife very much, as he talked about them constantly. He especially talked about how proud he was of each of his kids. He often talked about family "game nights" and how smart Kaleigh, Jason and Gabbie were. A trait he gave Wendy all the credit for.

I'm so sorry for your loss and am praying for your family.

I'm very sorry to hear of Tim's passing and would like to extend my deepest sympathies to his young family. While I don't think I've seen him since West Point, when we scattered to the four winds chasing dreams and starting families, distant memories return with smiles as I take time to remember Tim.