In Memory

Cynthia S. Seaberg (Butner)

Cynthia S. Seaberg (Butner)

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05/23/21 04:37 PM #1    

Susan R. Michael (Bartlett)

Thank you for letting us know, Sharon. I was saddened to hear this news. Cyndy was a very kind & special person .

Susan Bartlett

05/24/21 09:15 AM #2    

Vivian Verney (Lutian)

It was shocking to learn of Cindy's sudden death.  She looked so young and healthy.  I enjoyed working with her on the Reunion Committee.  She will be sorely missed!  Condolences to her friends and family!  


05/25/21 08:55 AM #3    

Melissa Thompson (Harrelson)

So sad to hear this news.  I reconneced with Cindy when she and Jim attended St. Francis Episcopal Church in Greensboro.  She was always there to help anyone and was such a strong support through her husband's illness.  Lost touch since we moved to Asheville.  My church connections tell me she had a brain aneurysm, but I beleive she had been in fairly good health up to now.  

05/25/21 09:42 PM #4    

Judy Roland (Venable)

Cindy and I have stayed close since Page.  We were movie buddies and enjoyed dining out together.  During the pandemic we shared lots of phone time, and had just planned to have lunch this week.  Cindy was in excellent health and busy getting back out into the world with her many church, volunteer, and family activities.  We even texted on Tuesday, the 18th.  That night while on the phone with her daughter, Cindy suffered a massive stroke.  The doctors said there was no way she could recover.  She died on the 20th of May.  Plans have not been finalized yet.  Cindy is survived by her daughter (Emily) and stepdaughter (Beth).   She is also survived by her brother, Gene.

Another Pirate gone too soon.  


05/26/21 09:48 AM #5    

Judy Roland (Venable)


Cindy's complete obituary can be viewed at:      

05/26/21 01:29 PM #6    

Jonathan D. Crutchfield

I knew Cindi all through High School. We even went out a date or two. I was lucky that she agreed to go. 😁There was never a nicer young woman. I know she will be missed. Jonathan Crutchfield.


05/26/21 03:09 PM #7    

Liz Somay (Tenenbaum)

I remember Cindy well.  She was always so sweet and kind in high school.  I also remember her involvment in the reunions each year we had them, and enjoying my catching up with her when we would meet again.  So sad and shocked to hear this tragic news.  

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