In Loving Memory
Lindsey George Seymour


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Lindsey George Seymour
28th May, 1943 – 10th August, 2021
Passed away peacefully with family by his side
Dearly loved and adored husband
of Pamela for 53 Years.
Very much loved father of
Sharon, Donna and Brett.
Loved father-in-law of
Darren, Sam and Claire.
Cherished and loved by his
12 Grandchildren and Great Grand Son
Our darling fought so hard
to stay after much suffering.
You will live in our hearts forever,
Meet you on the dirt road Outback.

A Funeral service for
will be held at
David W Bull Drouin Funeral Home

2 Porter Place Drouin on 
Wednesday 18th August 2021
commencing at 2:00 p.m.
A private cremation will follow.

No flowers by request.
In lieu of flowers donations to
Liver Cancer Research
would be appreciated.

Should you wish to send your personal condolences
to the family, please leave a message on the
“Leave a condolence” link located on this page.

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  1. Dear Pam, Sharon, Donna, Brett & families
    Sincere condolences on the passing of your treasured Lindsey. He is past his suffering now, and smiling down at you all from his barstool at the big bar in the sky.
    Love from Sandy & Clinton

    Sandy Thompson
  2. Dear Pam, Sharon and the Seymour family, my sincere condolences to you all at this sad time, with the passing of Lindsey.

    Diane (Coles)
  3. To Pam, Sharon, Donna, Brett and family. It has been to our benefit to have known Lindsey and your family albeit only a brief moment in time.
    With Deepest Sympathy at this sad time. David and Bev Winter.
    And marching with us on the track
    Full many friends we find:
    We see them looking sadly back
    For those who’ve dropped behind.
    A.B. “Banjo” Paterson

    David Winter
  4. To Pam, Sharon, Donna, Brett and families,
    Our hearts ache to hear of the passing of Lindsey, and the devastating loss to all of you.
    We spent 10 years as neighbours, putting up with the wretched roosters, Lindsey chasing Brett up and down the driveway in his teenage years, and the fun filled parties!
    We are fortunate to have kept in touch after we have all moved, and as your family has grown.
    A mischievous, well loved man, always with a twinkle in his eye, and his eyes firmly fixed on Pam – the love of his life.
    It has been marvellous to watch Pam and Lindsey’s outback trips together -so may wonderful memories for you Pam! Cherish them.
    Love from Jane, Helmut, Chris and Lisa. xxxx

    Thobe Family
  5. Sorry for you loss. I have many fond memories, he was such a cheeky funny man. Hugs to you all at this difficult time and an extra big hug to Big Mamma ❤️

    Rosalyn Hendy
  6. To Sharon, Darren, and Sharon’s mum and the whole off Edward family my deepest condolence, love and support too you all on this very hard day. Thank you for the link to watch the ceremony of Lindsey with you and the family, much love ceremony. Love Sonja

    Sonja Wilson