Andrew Seago Death – Obituary News: Andrew Seago has died .
We are sad to report that Andrew Seago has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on September 24. 2021.
Cora Beth Hartfield 1d · We’ve been friends since the 6th grade. My mother was our teacher. There will never be another human being like Andrew Seago. He lived a full life. Finished college, went to work, lived independently for the most part. He never complained. He has the best family, the best nurses over the years. I will cherish our lunches together over the last decade. We talked a lot about our faith in Christ & the church in general. I know Andrew did not meet Jesus sitting down. He ran into His arms & I know his dad & sixth grade teacher were there to greet him. I will miss my friend. Save a spot for me, Andrew! Love you, CB 2 Timothy 4:7-8
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For those that know this Huge Heart , Big Grinning Guy you were Blessed. Andrew Seago’s Heart and Soul departed this world last night and i can so picture him running through the Gates of Heaven in a Child like excitement. He taught so many about disability without being disabled. He never met a mountain he didn’t attempt to conquer. In the ten plus short years we got to work together at Joni and Friends we were All in Awe. He raised awareness, money and compassion through his dodgeball tournaments that afforded kids and their families to enjoy a week of summer camp Together. The scholarships given to get whole families a vacation together was something he understood first hand. His Family Root system Ran Deep and Loving. The Seago family showed up and showed out everytime Andrew had a want or a need. God Blessed so many through Andrews body and time with us. There was never a time when we were at an event when he didn’t know and have a connection to half of the gathering. His Light will always burn bright through all the sparks his personality left behind.Aletha Terry Mims
So sad to hear this! Sweetest memories of that 6th grade year. Not sure there are even words to describe him. Such an example for all of us and beautiful soul.
JasonandMelanie Newell wrote
Cora Beth Hartfield , I remember Andrew often. I remember the 6th grade at Spann. Your mom was one of my favorite teachers and Andrew was an inspiration
Lesa Cannon Waggener wrote
Andrew was an Inspiration and he has an awesome family!! He loved MS State I would see him at so many games to cheer on the dawgs too!! You will be missed but never forgotten!! Heaven gained a wonderful angel!!.
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