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Stephen M. Seymour
Stephen M. Seymour, 49, of Sheboygan passed away Sunday, Aug. 3 at St. Nicholas Hospital surrounded by family.
Born April 24 1965 in Minneapolis, Minn., to Donald and Suzanne (Sonntag) Seymour, he attended Holy Name Parochial School and graduated from Sheboygan North in 1983. He also graduated from St. Norbert College and UW-Madison with a law degree and worked for Halverson Law Offices until 1999 when he opened his own office, Seymour Attorney at Law. He married Laurie Bain in De Pere on Sept. 4, 1993.
An avid sports fan, he spent many hours coaching his childrens soccer, basketball and baseball teams and played an active role in the Diamonds Organization and Sheboygan Legion Post 83 Summer Baseball Program. He was proud of his children, their accomplishments and activities.
As an active and generous member of the Sheboygan community, he spent many years involved with the Rainbow Kids Program. His willingness to share and assist family and friends with legal advice will be remembered. His family meant the world to him and he looked forward to sharing his daily happenings with his true friend and partner, his wife, Laurie.
He is survived by his wife, Laurie; four children, Andy, Sara, Brian and Zachary; parents, Donald and Suzanne; siblings, Ann (Chuck) Reichwald, Beth (Keith) Foster, Mary (John) Pitsch and Paul (Adrianne) Seymour; nieces; nephews; a great-niece and two great-nephews and numerous extended family members.
He was preceded in death by paternal grandparents, Warren and Pearl Seymour, of Marinette; maternal grandparents, Edward and Mary Ann Sonntag, of Sheboygan; step-grandmother, Margaret Sonntag; niece and goddaughter, Tabitha Reichwald and father-in-law, Delmar Bain, of De Pere.
Family and friends may call at First United Lutheran Church, 2401 Kohler Memorial Drive, Sheboygan on Wednesday, Aug. 6 from 3 p.m. until time of a funeral service at 6 p.m. Rev. Todd Smith will officiate with burial at Calvary Cemetery. A memorial fund has been established in his name.