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RALPH SEAMON
RALPH SEAMON
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Service: Graveside Service 11:00 A.M. Wednesday June 19, 2019 Center Grove Lutheran Church Cemetery
Interment: Church Cemetery
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Obituary:
Ralph Eugene Seamon, 93, of Salisbury NC, passed away Saturday, May 25, 2019 at the Lutheran Home at Trinity Oaks after a period of declining health. A public Internment will be held on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 11am at Center Grove Lutheran Church Cemetery, Kannapolis with Rev. Don Safrit officiating.

Ralph was born July 5, 1925, in Rowan Co. the son of John Wesley Seamon and Iva Gertrude Felker Seamon. He was preceded in death by his loving wife Helen Ruth Frye Seamon in 1997.

He was a life-long area resident and worked as a mechanic at Cannon Mills for 23 years where he retired in 1988. Ralph was a veteran of World War II where he served in the Navy in the 115th Seabee Battalion with Underwater Demolition Teams 2, 5, and 6 in the south and central Pacific. He was a member and Boy Scout leader at Center Grove Lutheran Church in Kannapolis.

Those left to cherish his memory include his son Wesley Seamon of Fayetteville, NC, his daughter Patsy Ruth McGeorge (Jim) of Flagstaff, AZ and his son, Ronald Seamon (Paula Traffas) of Winston-Salem, NC. He is survived by his sister Betty Soon of Kaneohe, HI and grandchildren Jennifer Seamon of Fayetteville, NC, Christi McGeorge of Fargo, ND, Jeremy Seamon of Wilmington, NC, Adam McGeorge of Tempe, AZ and Luke Seamon of Lancaster, PA and seven great-grandchildren.

Memorials can be made to the Center Grove Lutheran Church, Kannapolis, NC Cemetery Fund or to the charity of your choice.

Online Condolence’s may be left at www.whitleysfuneralhome.com
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From: Rick and Diane Wilson
"Wes, Patsy, and Ronald, What a wonderful life your father lived! He was one of my favorite uncles and I will always have fond memories of him. It is hard to lose your final parent. That makes you the patriarch/matriarch of the family! Wear the title well. Blessings to you all, Diane"
 
From: Linda Hooks and Kathleen Hooks
"We met Ralph and Helen at Five Oaks Nursing Home here in Concord. We became a small family. Daily visits with our loved ones. When Helen would see Ralph, her eyes were of love and his smile and hugs were the best. We would sit and watch and listen to the greats of gospel music. Ralph was one to help when needed, and if you needed someone to look in on a loved one he was their. He spoke of times in war, working in the mills, and when he met Helen and would smile as he spoke of his children. The stories of the love that filled a home and his love for Helen. We will never forget him, nor the last time we saw him, but know his next breath would be in heaven and would touch the face of God. Rest in Peace Ralph miss you and love you always. LInda and Kathleen"