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James Seaboyer


James “Jimmy” Howard Seaboyer, 67, of Ft. Pierce, Florida and Sanbornville, NH passed away June 15, 2018.

He was born July 25, 1950, in Norwood, MA to Howard and Irene Seaboyer.

Jimmy was a veteran of the United States Air Force, having served in Japan during the Vietnam War as an Inertial Navigation and Doppler Radar Flight Technician.  Following his time in the Air Force, he attended Northern Essex Community College and later graduated from the University of Massachusetts in Boston with a BA in psychology.

Jimmy worked as a self-employed general contractor for 33 years and took great pride in bringing his customers’ visions for their homes to life. His favorite jobs were done for family and friends; including the post and beam home, he built in Brookfield, NH, where he raised his own family.

Though not a regular churchgoer, Jimmy was an intensely spiritual man, who believed in positive energy and treating others with love, compassion and respect. He was happiest surrounded by his loved ones, had many lifelong friends and was loved by all who met him. He had a heart of gold and his kindness helped many through hard times.

Jimmy loved to travel and explore, collecting memories and experiences with his loved ones. Some of his happiest days were spent riding his motorcycle and at the Seaboyer camp on Lovell Lake, where he spent summers from the time he was a year old. He was one of New England Patriots’ biggest fans!

He leaves his memories to be cherished by his daughter Erin, fiancée and life partner of 11 years, Margaret Chase;  mother, Irene; brother, Scott,  sisters, Lynne, Sandy, Patricia and Janet, many beloved nephews and nieces and Margaret’s son Justin.  He was predeceased by his son, Evan and his father, Howard, and his best friend Penni.

A memorial service will be held at the Spanish Lakes Country Club Village Club House at 11 am, Saturday, June 23rd.  A New Hampshire service will be held in August with the date to be determined.

Arrangements are under the direction of Cox Gifford Seawinds Funeral Home, Vero Beach.

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06/22/18 11:10 AM #1    

David Bjorkman

Jimmy was a good friend growing up in Lynnfield.  I am saddened by his passing.

06/24/18 05:57 PM #2    

Hollis Hanson (Acres)

I remember Jimmy from 1st grade on and was so glad to see him at the 25th....So sad not to see him again. I know he would have been there.

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