- July 6, 1922 - December 15, 2011
- Austin, Texas
of Julius' Passing
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Dearest Mark & Ruth, We are very sorry about your beloved Father and Husband with our sympathy time. We are lovable, remember him at TSD he is very good man and wonderful role of man at TSD to the student for the years.
We will miss him and we pray for Ruth too. She is a wonderful teacher to the Girls from Physical Education too. Mark you have the blessing wonderful parent you have. Our thoughts and prayers are with you that we will keep praying for you..
In His Love,
Max & Dorothy Floyd
Posted by: Max & Dorothy Floyd - Midland, TX - Friend Feb 13, 2012
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
Mark and Aunt Ruth:
I didn't know Julius very well, because life took us in different directions, but I do have fond memories of him during family times, especially a Christmas in Del Rio, where he was trying to show my then 13 month old daughter Crystal, how to stack some colored rings into one of those Fisher-Price toys, and she ended up handing him the rings and making him do all the work. How we all laughed that day! To
Posted by: Maria Seeger - Katy, TX - Niece by marriage Dec 28, 2011
Mark, Jeff, Ruth and family,
Rosie and I would like to say the following: 1) Mark and Jeff are very devoted to their parents on a consistent basis; 2) hence, such parents are lucky and proud; and 3) beside what was written in the obituary, which is all true, Julius left another legacy via his filmmaking endeavors that many are not aware of. We will never forget how Julius enjoyed his own films via DVD format at the Summit: some of his films contributed to the success of the TAD film in 2009.
Posted by: Steve Baldwin and Rosie Serna - Austin, TX - Friends Dec 27, 2011
Dear Ruth, Mark and Jeff,
My heart is sad for Julius's passing but elated for his new life in Heaven. I know that Julius loved you all dearly and would have stayed forever by Ruth's side.
He is a wonderful example to all who have known him as a loving husband, father and friend to all. I was blessed in my life to have Ruth and Julius as my Godparents and feel it was such a honor for me.
Posted by: Ferri Lou Redden (Poss) - Austin, TX - godchild Dec 26, 2011
Being 12 years old and growing up, I lacked a male figure to whom I would respect and emulate. I choose JP to be that person. He was my cadet commander at the time I was enrolled at TSD. He was a tower of strength whenever he stood at attention with his chest puffed out. He commanded respect from all the boys assigned to Koen Hall. Since then and for the past 70 years, JP has helped me become the
Posted by: Bert Poss - Alpine, TX - Family friend Dec 24, 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
i am sorry about julius i will pray for ruth and mark .ok i am memeber 1978 at tsd i know ruth and julius are work hards for tsd many years i know you are best sports years many .you are good teracher your studens about it.i miss him i pray them ok .thasnks patrick emery at tsd 1978
Posted by: Patrick Emery - Kerrville, TX - Friend 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
DEAR RUTH AND MARK,
I AM SO SORRY ABOUT JULIUS SEEGER DEATH. I WILL MISS HIM AND NOW HE IS IN PEACE WITH THE LORDS. MAY GOD BE WITH YOU BOTH ALWAYS.
MARY JO (BOEER) STEVENSW
Posted by: Mary Jo Stevens - Weimar, TX - Friend Dec 21, 2011
I will surely miss you your charming face at ALZCARE. You always made me smile when I saw you. May the Lord bless your family during these hard times.
Posted by: SHIN - KYLE, TX Dec 20, 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
Wonderful memories of a wonderful man who raised and loved a truly wonderful son. My heart and prayers to you!
Posted by: Billy Collins Jr - Austin, TX - Lifetime friend Dec 19, 2011
Cousin Julius was always one of my favorite people. He LOVED his family... I don't mean just Cousin Ruth and Mark.... his ENTIRE family.... ALL of us! He always wanted to know what was happening in our lives... and he never forgot from one time to the next. He was a great communicator. He never leaned on his deafness as a handicap. He'd do whatever it took to get his point across. He was one also one of the funniest
Posted by: Sarah Ferrell - Nacogdoches, TX - first cousin.... once removed Dec 19, 2011
My thoghts and prayers are with you.
Posted by: Lauri Metcalf - San Antonio, TX - friend Dec 19, 2011
I will remember visiting with you at The Summit and bringing you Frito's and candy and seeing your face light up and your eyes widen.
I will remember the way you doted over mom, always making sure she was being treated well.
I will remember our Thanksgiving lunch with mom and Mark.
I will remember how happy it made you to be the father of such a successful son. Oh, how you loved your Mark!
You will be missed Julius. I loved the silly side of you.
Prayers and heartfelt sympathy to Mark and Mom.
Posted by: Kathleen Rogers - Austin, TX - Friend Dec 19, 2011
Dear Mark and Ruth,
Julius was a dear friend and an inspiration in so many ways. He encouraged and loved so many throughout his life. We are thankful for his example and wisdom and know that he made a difference in the lives of so many. Our prayers are with you and your family at this time.
Sha and Tom Cowan
Posted by: Sha and Tom Cowan - Dripping Springs, TX - friends Dec 19, 2011
As a retired TSD employee, I have many fond memories of Julius. He was a delightful person and so well liked.
My thoughts & prayers are with Mark, Ruth, and the family and friends.
Posted by: Mary Polk - Wimberley, TX - Friend Dec 18, 2011
To Ruth, Mark, Jeff and family: Julius was a man that was unassuming, fun, honest, and there was no pretense whatsover with this gentleman. He had no guile. I witnessed countless displays of selfless altruism and he wanted to improve the lives of others. His upbringing, no doubt, provided ample and solid guidance in steering him well through life. He is a dying breed-- a protector and provider for his family, a civic servant, a patriot, and a first class
Posted by: Jennifer Howell - Round Rock, TX - friend Dec 17, 2011
My deepest sympathy to Ruth and Mark on their loss. I will always remember Julius as my classmate with auburn hair like myself! I have pleasant memories of our time at Gallaudet.
Posted by: Jean Zisman - Rockville, MD - Gallaudet Classmate Dec 17, 2011
Dear Ruth and Mark,
I am sorry to hear about him. I know how hard you have been through all years and has full life enjoyed with many memories.
I want to say to you Thank you very much that your husband had been counselor me about Peers. I learn a lot and I now able to social. May God comfortable you and Mark. Great to see you all was last in Summer of 150 celebration. I still think what Ruth
Posted by: Christine Webb (Phillips) - Longview, TX - friend Dec 17, 2011
I just want to be sharing with you about Julius Pierce Seeger.He was very smart and nice guy from his warm heart to be caring about deaf studnet and deaf community as the respectful as the truth always.also, He and his wife were very active to support deaf education and sports active at TSD student and Community for many years. We do miss them from our warm heart as the respect as the truth always..
Former student at TSD of 1976
Former Governing Board Member of TSD 1996-2004
Posted by: Aulby Larry Gillett - San Angelo, TX - Friend Dec 17, 2011
Dear Ruth, Mark and friends of Austin,
During late 80's, I visited Austin twice. Julius was a wonderful man that I ever enjoyed interacting with him and his beautiful wife, Ruth. May God be with you and my thoughts are with you, Ruth and Mark. Sarah
Posted by: Sarah Burton Doleac - MD - Friend Dec 17, 2011
Class of TSD 1944 and the Class of 1949 have losta great friend and will be missed....
Class mate.... Don B
Posted by: D.H.Bradford - austin, TX - Class mate and great friend Dec 17, 2011
Enjoyed staying w/ Julius/Ruth while visiting Austin in the '80.
Stories! Enjoyed hearing stories of his parents bakery store and his mule rides to TSD. Also being the alarm clock for Jack H.
Also Mark,Julius & Ruth have open their arms to help the Austin deaf community.
Posted by: Ms. laura F. Laird - austin, TX - former student and friend Dec 17, 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