Julius Pierce Seeger Obituary
- July 6, 1922 - December 15, 2011
- Austin, Texas
of Julius' Passing
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Memories & Candles
Dear Ruth and Mark:
I was so very sorry to hear of your beloved husband and father passing. I know you can take comfort in the knowledge that he has received his Glory in the presence of his Lord.
I am so privileged to have known Julius all my life, as well as you, Ruth and Mark. Our lives were made better by being a part of your lives. Mark, I know you have done so much for your parents over
Posted by: Sandra Hassell - Austin, TX - friend Dec 29, 2011
Dear Ruth and Mark,
Our love and symathy goes to you two. I know how dearly Julius was. I have know you two over the years through my mother and uncle. He is at home and serenity. We will not forget him and you Ruth too.
Pauline and Leon Laster
Posted by: Pauline Laster - Thurmont, MD - daughter of Maria Antonia Montez Dec 23, 2011
Mark & Jeff, May you feel the strength from all the love your Dad had for you and that he had from so many others. I remember how, as a fledgling interpreter, he always made me feel comfortable and welcome in the community. His energy and passion in all aspects of life was one to be marvelled. He will be greatly missed, but his spirit always with us.
Posted by: Toni Dunne - Bastrop, TX - friend Dec 21, 2011
Mr. Seeger was a person I only knew casually as someone associated with some of the members of the Deaf school as a volunteer to one of the homes for the deaf many years ago. I admired his wife, Ruth very much also, and was very proud of their son, Mark. It was through Mark I learned about Texas relay and remember when he took me on a tour of the building when it was brand new. I am totally
Posted by: Nancy Stefanou - Austin, TX - friend Dec 20, 2011
Julius and Ruth lit an endless flame in the hearts of American Foundation for the Elderly Deaf, Inc general partner of La Vista Retirement Communtiy as part of the original founders and perpetual supporters. That flame will continue to light the pathways for deaf senior citizens served by American Foundation for the Elderly Deaf, Inc. We miss you. We cherish how you have touched our lives.
Posted by: Dr. Daisy A. Palmer - Austin, TX - Friend Dec 17, 2011