Allen Worley Seaton | Obituary

Allen Worley Seaton | Obituary

Allen Worley Seaton was born on August 24, 1937 in Ellensburg, Washington to Ralph Seaton & Marguerite Stampfly Seaton. He was surrounded by his loving family as he passed on September 12, 2021 after battling health issues.

He met his devoted wife of 67 years, Lucy Hibbler during a picnic gathering at Swauk Creek Campground in Cle Elum. They fell in love and were married on August 21, 1954. Al and Lucy were blessed with 4 children raised in Fall City, WA, 9 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Al was a truck driver for the logging industry retiring from Weyerhaeuser at age 55. His passions included woodworking, gardening & fishing. Up until the very end, he had his usual golden tan, was looking sharp in his stylish shirts and sporting his gold jewelry. Al had the gift of gab and loved socializing with friends and family. He also enjoyed showing his immaculately restored red ‘61 bubble-top Chevy Impala which was appropriately named after the love of his life, “Lucy”.

He was a beloved husband, father, uncle, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother-in-law and friend. He was survived by his wife Lucille Seaton of Fall City, WA, son Jon Seaton and wife Lynn of Carnation, WA, daughter Cindy Rasmussen and husband Tom of Mason, Ohio; daughter Janet Sandelli and husband Ray of Bonita Springs, FL, son Kenny Seaton and wife Cheryl of Sammamish, WA along with his grandkids, great-grandkids, nieces, nephews & sister-in-law and will be missed by all.

Please join us at a Graveside Service & Reception for Al at 1:30pm on Thursday, September 23rd at Cedar Lawn Memorial Park in Redmond. Viewing is from 12pm-1pm prior to the service.

***Please note: Masks are required at the viewing, the graveside service and reception.


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