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Conroe, Texas, 77303
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George Arthur Seyfang
February 24, 1936 - July 21, 2004

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Marvin & Glenda (Kizzire) Edgmon & FamilyJohn & Laurie Seyfang & family
Judy NightingaleTerry & Tracy (Seyfang) Glanz
Jack and Darlene Thomas.Lisa Donihoo


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By: Judy Nightingale Jul 27, 2005
I’m going to miss my Uncle Art. Living in different states, we didn’t get to visit frequently, but I always enjoyed his company. He was such a patient man who conversed easily with people. I always got a kick out of his sense of humor. One Christmas holiday, the Seyfangs were visiting us in Colorado. We had a severe snowstorm on Christmas Eve, dumping a couple feet of snow. The following day was beautiful and sunny. The kids were playing outside while the adults had snow shovels in hand. Art, stood scooping snow on the driveway which had a slight incline. I remember his big cowboy boots maneuvering to regain his balance to no avail. His inevitable fall seemed to occur in slow motion. We were all laughing as he stood back up and proclaimed “ I bet you didn’t know I could dance like that�” Well, I for one imagine he’s dancing in God’s kingdom forevermore.
By: Art & Mary Howlett Jul 25, 2005
We met Art at the time of his daughter, Holly, and our son, Philip's wedding. We took an immediate liking to him, as well as Ginger. Art was easy to talk with and very knowledgeable and had a great sense of humor. We had a picture taken of him at Holly & Phil's wedding, unbeknownst to them, with his "empty pockets" and hands outstretched as if being poor and had the photographer slip it into their wedding album when it was completed. He got big kick out of it. He also enjoyed visiting and singing with our family the day after the wedding. An how he loved his "Big Red" soda pop. He'll always be in our hearts and we'll remember him dearly with a smile.
By: Jack Thomas Jul 24, 2005
Art and I worked together for H & R Block in Conroe for several years. I considered him my friend.

During the 'off season' our employer required we take income tax classes to improve our skills. Art

and I frequently studied together and compared homework results. I had great respect for his diligence

and perserverance. I know that he dearly loved his family.
By: Holly Howlett Jul 23, 2005
He was the greatest dad in the whole-wide world!!! I will cherish every memory and moment that we spent together. The best memory that I have is that he was always so smart, and so full of God's word. His love was something that he displayed freely every day. He will surely be missed but not forgotten.

I love you Dad!!

Your sweet daughter,


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