Louis Augustus Seaborn Jr.

July 10, 1932 - April 6, 2022
Fourth Presbyterian Church
703 E Washington St
Greenville, SC 29601
(864) 232-8123 | Map
Monday 4/11, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Fourth Presbyterian Church
703 E Washington St
Greenville, SC 29601
(864) 232-8123 | Map
Monday 4/11, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Louis Augustus Seaborn Jr., 89, husband to Sara Seaborn, peacefully passed away on April 6, 2022. Born in Walhalla, SC in 1932, he was the son of the late Louis Augustus Seaborn, Sr. and Lucia Norris Seaborn. Educated in the public schools in Jacksonville, FL and Atlanta, GA, he graduated from Marietta High School inContinue Reading

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Gayle Reis left a message on April 12, 2022:
Prayers for comfort and peace. The love y'all shared will never fade. May his memory be a blessing to all. Love, Gayle
Rejuvenate Salon Staff left a message on April 11, 2022:
We are so sorry for the loss of Mr. Seaborn.
Margaret Durham left a message on April 11, 2022:
Louie was one of the nicest men I have ever met. I was with the Furman Co., later Marsh & McLennan and handled the insurance for Potter-Shackelford. He was a pleasure to work with. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
William E Rettew left a message on April 11, 2022:
I met Louie as a young engineer in 1973 and worked on several projects with Potter Shackleford. He was always gracious and knew his stuff. He was a mentor to me even though we were associated on same jobs but from different perspectives. I know his family will miss him. and please accept our condolences. Bill
Rene Stern left a message on April 11, 2022:
Thinking of how you loved your girls so very much. And I’m quite sure they loved you back even more. ❤️
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Kathy Harlow left a message on April 10, 2022:
Laura...I sure wish I could be there and even more...I also wish I had met your Dad and loved seeing all the pictures! He looks like such a nice man...sending hugs...
Pat Phillips left a message on April 9, 2022:
There is a short list of people that made a huge difference in my life. Louis is on that list. Between my Mom and Louis, it is hard to say who deserved the most credit for my becoming an Eagle Scout. All the camping trips, weekly meetings and summer camps were certainly great fun, but the real constant was Louis' guiding hand to make us better prepared for life. And after my Dad died, Louis was always in the background supporting me. Whether it was dropping by the house to talk when he was worried about me, or getting me an after-school job at Potter-Shackelford, I always felt like he would be there if I ever needed support. Over the years, he impacted the lives of so many boys in scouting. And no doubt did the same for many people in whatever organization he touched. My deepest sympathies to Sara and the family. (The picture is at the dedication of a cabin at Camp Old Indian in Louis' honor in 2003. Tom Helms, also of Troop 3, is on the right and I am on the left.)
Dan Hunt left a message on April 9, 2022:
Connie and I were saddened to hear of Louis' death. We became close friends at our church, and worked and worshipped together in a number of ways, Connie and I were guests at Sara and Louis' home at Pawley's Island, and they were ours in Cashiers. Louis and I hiked a number of trails in the Blue Ridge, and at Louis' direction ate some fine hot dogs on our commutes to the mountains. He will be greatly missed.
Rich Reis left a message on April 8, 2022:
I know how much you all loved Lou. My condolences and prayers to the entire family. Please remember all of the good times in these difficult hours! Love you!❤️❤️??
Ann Bailin left a message on April 8, 2022:
Thoughts and prayers…. Annie
Thomas McAfee Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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