Garry F. Seelman

June 13, 1951 to July 18, 2014

Boonville- Garry F. Seelman, 63, of the Stuckie Road passed away on July 18, 2014.

He was born in Constableville, NY on June 13, 1951, a son of Harold and Dorothy Dean Seelman. He grew up on the family farm on Stuckie Road and graduated from West Leyden High School in 1969. He served in the U.S. Army in Germany from 1970 to 73. Garry was employed at Boonville division of Ethan Allen for 24 years until the plant closed in 2004.

Surviving are his close friend, Clifford Oberriter, Boonville; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Harold and Debbie Seelman of Forestport and Robert and Kathleen Seelman, Boonville; two sisters, Eileen Seelman of Maryland and Elizabeth Havener of Clinton, NY; nieces, nephews and his canine companion, Ellie May.

In keeping with Garry's wishes there will be no funeral or calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to Huntingtons Disease Society of America, Upstate N.Y. Chapter, P.O. Box 25237, Rochester, NY 14625. For an online message of sympathy go to Mills Funeral Home, Boonville are handling the arrangements. In keeping with Garry's wishes there are no calling hours or funeral.

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