Michael W. Seymour
1951 - 2021
E Merrill Smith Funeral Home Inc
2309 Broad Ave
Altoona, PA
Michael W. Seymour, 70, of Duncansville, Pa., passed away Friday, Sept. 10, 2021, at Johnstown Select Specialty Hospital after an extended illness. He was born in San Francisco, Calif., the son of the late Worth and Jean (Hagberg) Seymour. Michael married Constance W. Wyant Nov. 10, 1979. Michael is survived by his loving wife of 41 years; three sons, Aaron (Celeste), Abram (Paige) and Adam Seymour, all of Bellevue; three daughters, Alicia LoBello and Shannon (Rob) Block, both of Duncansville, and Abigail (Jared) Ault, of Pittsburgh; six grandchildren, Colin, Hanna, Jacob, Julian, Lucy and Alexander; a brother, Henry Seymour, of Fair Oaks, Pa.; and two nephews, Henry and Andrew Seymour. He was preceded in death by his sister, Sally. Michael was a 1969 graduate of Sewickley Academy and a graduate of Skidmore College in Biblical Studies and Counseling. He retired from Blair Senior Services as a caseworker and previously worked for Altoona Hospital Behavioral Health. He was a member of West Minister Orthodox Presbyterian Church. Michael enjoyed playing guitar and was a big Pittsburgh Pirates fan. He volunteered to ride his bike to State College to raise money for MS. Michael particularly loved spending time with his grandkids. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Interment will be held at Sewickley Cemetery. Arrangements are provided by the E. MERRILL SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 2309 Broad Ave., Altoona, PA 16601. Condolences may be made at www.stevensfamilyfuneralhomes.com or Stevens Family Funeral Homes Facebook.
Published by Triblive Online Only on Sep. 11, 2021.
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