Published 1/5/2013 in ObituariesCustom obituary
Leroy Randal Seay, a long-time resident of Garden City, died Dec. 31, 2012, after a two-year battle with brain cancer.
Leroy had served in the Peace Corps in India in the late 1960s and was known for his abstract pen and ink drawings.
He is survived by his son, Yen Seay, and ex-wife, Gina, of California; his father, Robert Seay of Apopka, Fla.; and siblings, Robert Seay Jr. of Altamonte Springs, Fla., Nancy Ebersole of Apopka, Jack Seay of Decatur, Texas, Debra Hill of Apopka, and Terry Seay of Longwood, Fla.
Leroy donated his body to medical science.
Contributions can be made at www.Cancercare.com in his honor.
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A man of very good character and he will be missed. Excellent artist. God will watch over you Leroy.
Posted by: Greg Campbell on 1/7/2013
Randy Seay was an Individual
Randy was a complete original. He had a vision of the world that was about giving and loving and the oneness of all things. I was proud to know him and the world is less because of his passing, but, of course, he would never say that. He was humble and only wanted to help the world. Of course, he donated his body to science--another gift from Randy. He was a very talented artist and a poet, as well. I admired him and will always remember him. Good-bye, Randy. You inspired me.
Posted by: Constance Congdon on 1/5/2013
leroy the artist
Leroy was a real product of the sixties,he was hippie,artist,musician,poet,farmer, wrestler,recycler,three story house builder literally building it by himself with one arm,a good friend,world traveler,see you on the other side Leroy with a pencil in your hand..
Posted by: Michael Wisler on 1/5/2013