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Henry Monroe Seymour
Henry Monroe Seymour of Kerhonkson, died February 5, 2015. He was 82. Henry was born on August 14, 1932 in Ellenville, the son of Henry Charles and Hazel A. (Rider) Seymour.
On August 24, 1952 Henry married Alice Stone at the Federated Church of Kerhonkson. Alice, his wife of 56 years, had passed away in 2008.
Henry proudly attended the State University of New York at Delhi studying agriculture. He had worked at Channel Master in Ellenville from the time it opened through the time it closed as a Maintenance Supervisor. He then continued to work with Schrade Cutlery. He was involved in 4H and Power Squadron. He loved boating on the Hudson River and enjoyed bowling. His family and his tractors meant everything to him and he will be missed by all who knew him.
Henry is survived by his children; Deborah Doyle and companion Byron Babcock of West Hurley, NY, David Seymour and wife Marilyn of Kerhonkson, Suzanne Bush and husband Frend of Accord, NY and Stephanie Lewis and husband Terry of Fairlee, VT, his grandchildren; Frend Benjamin Bush IV (Brandy), Alyssa Bush, David Wayne Seymour Jr., Tommy Kelly (Krista), Colleen Paes (James), Captain Jared Lewis (Kelsea) and Joshua Lewis (Brook), and his great grandchildren; Addyson Faith Bush, Makalah Rose Quick, Danielle Paes, Daniel Kelly and Matthew Kelly.
Visiting will be held on Wednesday, February 11th from 6-8PM at HB Humiston Funeral Home, 30 42nd St., Kerhonkson. A Celebration of his life is scheduled for Thursday, February 12th at 10AM at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Pine Bush Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Henry’s name to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Deb and Byron and the entire Seymore Family, Mary and I would like to offer our deepest sympathy on the loss of your Farther. Sorry we could not make it tonight, but we will keep Hank in our thoughts and prayers.
Don and Mary Sayut
Mary and Don Sayut Feb 11 2015 12:00 AM
How we will miss your Dad..The memories of him will be fondly remembered..We loved him too
Frank and Sandy Rougier Feb 7 2015 12:00 AM
We are so glad that we were able to get up and see Uncle Hank on our September visit to NJ. He will be remembered as a gentle man who loved his family. He is now at peace and reunited with his beloved.
Nancy Hollmann Feb 6 2015 12:00 AM