Dolores Ann Seay



Dolores Ann (Koopman) Seay 91 of Greenwood, IN handed away peacefully on Thursday September 2, 2021 after a transient disease, with spouse and children and mates near by.

Dolores was born in Indianapolis, IN on February 5, 1930 to Wilbur and Susie (Van Dyke) Koopman. Lifted on the southeast aspect of town, she graduated from Southport Significant Faculty in 1948. She remained in near speak to with quite a few of her classmates all over her everyday living.

On January 14, 1950, Dolores married L. David Seay at Garfield Park Baptist Church in Indianapolis, he preceded her in death on June 18, 1996. They were being married for forty-six yrs.

In addition to boosting a loved ones, Dolores worked for more than 20-5 years in Christian retail, very first at Romar Christian Bookstore and then at Tree of Daily life Christian Store in Greenwood. She last but not least retired at the age of 82.

A lady of deep faith, Dolores worshipped and served at Mt. Nice Christian Church for most of her adult daily life. She taught Sunday faculty and Getaway Bible School, sponsored the Bible Bowl teams, led a mom’s mentoring team and served in plenty of other means. She generously shared and her impact served condition quite a few. In new several years, she attended Brown County Presbyterian Fellowship.

In her retirement, Dolores traveled widely with relatives and pals and specially cruising: the Caribbean, Hawaii, Alaska and more. She at the time parasailed around St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands.

Dolores is survived by her children: Julie Tucker and her partner Rick of Indianapolis, IN, Cindy Stephenson of Indianapolis, IN, Steven Seay of Providence, RI and Scott Seay of Greenwood, IN, 4 grandchildren Alan Emberton, Michael Emberton, Taylor Stephenson and Savannah Stephenson.

She was preceded in demise by her mom and dad, spouse, a son, Bob Seay, in 2007 and a grandson Micah Stephenson in 2013.

A assistance will be done on Wednesday September 8, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at Swartz Family Local community Mortuary and Memorial Middle 300 South U.S. 31 (Morton Street) in Franklin, IN and will be reside-streamed for family and good friends can join at Be sure to use Firefox Internet or Google Chrome for optimal viewing. Friends might get in touch with Tuesday September 7, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. until finally 7:00 p.m. at the mortuary. Burial will be at Orchard Hill Cemetery in Wanamaker, IN.

It is encouraged that for people attending to do what they believe is important to safeguard their health for the duration of this pandemic.

On-line condolences may well be sent to the relatives at Information 317-738-0202. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may perhaps be designed to Brown County Presbyterian Fellowship, 602 Condition Street 135 North, Nashville, IN 47448.

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