Frances Perry Hebert Seaman

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Frances Perry Hebert Seaman was born on June 5, 1919, to William Edward & Anna Perry in Kaufman County, and entered the loving arms of Jesus on Saturday, September 7, 2013, at her home in Denton. She married Larry Hebert in 1947; he passed away in Dallas in 1964. She then married Larry Seaman in 1983, and he passed away in 2012.

Frances was a long-time employee and personal friend of Trammell Crow, holding the position of leasing manager of Stemmons Towers for many years. She retired in 1985.

Even though Frances had no children of her own, she had many kids through her siblings and cousins. She was a vital member of our family and loved by many. She was a true friend; she listened; she helped others; she was strong; she was stoic; she was a servant. She loved well.

Frances was an active member of First Presbyterian Church of Dallas for many years, and later of Park Cities Presbyterian Church for twenty years. She loved her church family.

Frances was predeceased by her siblings; Edward Perry, Gala Mae Tidmore, Leonard Perry, and Mary Ellen Sartelle. She is survived by many nieces, nephews, and cousins; including Bill Perry, AnnaBelle Burkhart, Pat Cooper, Preston Orr & Mary Ellen Sartelle, John & Janet Sartelle, Susan & Calvin Jett, Susan & Larry Frank, as well as step-daughter Laura Akins & husband Rick and step-son Phil Seaman & wife DeDe. The family thanks all the wonderful caregivers from Ray of Sunshine, especially Becky Klepper who gave Frances wonderful care and maintained her dignity during her last months on this earth.

Private family burial will be held on Wednesday, 9/11/13. The family will then receive friends at 11:00 a.m., at Restland's Abbey Chapel, followed by a celebration of life at 12:00 in the chapel.

Memorial gifts may be made to Hearts for Homes, 1012B North Masch Branch Road, Denton, TX 76207

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