In Memory of


Nanette Seaman

Visitation


Service

Thursday January 16, 2020 at the Gibson Centre, Alliston, from 2-4 pm.

Seaman; Nanette Kerry Grace.
Peacefully at Matthews House Hospice, Alliston on Saturday January 11th, 2020. Nanette (Lockhart), in her 50th year, beloved wife of Rob Seaman. Loving mother of Gillian. Dear sister of Craig (Lena) Lockhart. Beloved daughter of Ian and Lillian Lockhart.

A Celebration of Nanette’s Life will be held at the Gibson Centre, 63 Tupper Street, West, Alliston on Thursday January 16th, 2020, from 2-4 pm. Donations to Matthews House Hospice or the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to Rod Abrams Funeral Home, Tottenham, 905-936-3477. www.RodAbramsFuneralHome.com

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Memorial Tribute

“Nanette Seaman”
  1. Jennifer Gilbert wrote:

    I am so very sorry for your loss. Nanette was an amazing person. Sending all my love, thoughts and prayers.

    Love Jen, Shawn, Sarah and Marcus

  2. Shelley Barlow wrote:

    A new angel arrived in Heaven and boy, can she sing sweet songs. Sing loud and clear, you are among the chosen few to sing so loud with such beauty before you. Rest in peace Nanette. Your sweet smile and lovely personality will be missed. I am so sorry for your loss.

  3. Chandra wrote:

    Nanette, you touched so many hearts with your music and your soul. You always lent a helping hand and never turned away from someone in need. I am blessed to have known you, and will keep you in my heart always. Xoxo

  4. Jaclyn Topp-Parsons wrote:

    One true beauty!!
    You will be forever missed and always remembered.
    Fly FREE my friend.
    All our Love,
    Adam, Jaclyn & Jax

  5. Megan Hodinka wrote:

    My deepest sympathies for your loss. I had the great privilege of meeting Nanette when I worked with her in the Foodland floral department. She never failed to put a smile on my face with her humour or her amazing hugs. Truly one of the kindest and most genuine souls I have ever met. Rest in peace Nanette.

  6. Tricia De Leo wrote:

    Our deepest condolences to your family. She was an inspiration to our 2 children through her South Simcoe Children’s Vocal Choir.

  7. Susan Menzies wrote:

    I am so sorry to hear of such a tragic loss of a very gifted, young woman. Nanette touched many lives with her gift of music. My sincere condolences to her family & friends.

  8. Keira Loughran wrote:

    My heartfelt condolences. I was part of Tapestry with Nanette and have many memories of dancing and travelling with her, and of her beautiful voice. I was so sorry to learn of her fight with cancer when we reconnected at Mr. Hyde’s funeral and my heart is heavy at this news. Her voice and smile will light up the skies.

  9. Diane Baylis wrote:

    Sincere sympathy for Rob, Gillian and your families. Nanette was a wonderful woman, and friend. I will miss her dearly. Another Angel has passed into the gates. She was welcomed with open arms. xox

  10. Ken Jones wrote:

    A beautiful person, a beautiful spirit, and a beautiful voice….appreciated by all who had the privilege of knowing her.

  11. angie stephens wrote:

    Nanette I cannot believe you are gone you were a fantastic caring outgoing individual whom I was blessed to have as a friend. To find out through our reminiscing of our childhood that you went to school with my sister who remembers you as well. Our deepest condolences to Rob and Gillian the apple and pride of her Moms eye. She will be greatly missed and Heaven has gained a very special angel who i know will watch over from above. Till we meet again my friend ❤❤

  12. Annette Derraugh wrote:

    I was so lucky to have known Nanette. Her strength, humour and positive attitude were so inspiring. I’ll miss that wonderful woman a lot. My deepest condolences to Gillian and Rob and all of her family.

  13. Barbara MacIntosh wrote:

    Nanette will be greatly missed by so many. I will miss seeing her beautiful smile and hearing her beautiful voice. I have learned from her strength and courage.
    My sincere condolences to Gillian and Rob and the rest of her family.

  14. Trish Chard wrote:

    My Sweet Gentle Cousin, you are loved by so many! You valiantly fought this terrible disease for far too long. Your smile and your loving caring ways will live on in all who’s lives you touched! You will be greatly missed.
    Our Love and hugs to Rob and Sweet Gilly and to Aunt Lil, Uncle Ian and Craig. Love Trish, Pete and family

  15. Lido & Gisela Toffoli wrote:

    Dear Robert, we are so sorry for your loss. Please accept our sincerest condolences!

  16. Lucia and Larry De Biasio wrote:

    Words cannot express what a loss this is. Gone too young. Love to you both.

  17. Judy Breckles wrote:

    Truly singing with the angels now, no doubt. All who knew her & shared her passion for music were amazingly blessed. She will be greatly missed by many.
    Much love to Gillian , Rob & family.

  18. Sarah Bye wrote:

    Words cannot truly express how deeply sorry we are for your loss. Nanette was a one of a kind, genuinely amazing women. She touched so many lives with her light hearted spirit. She will be so missed by everyone. It was such an honour to work with Nanette ❤️ Big hugs and love from Patrick, Sarah, Bella, Aurora and the whole Foodland team.

  19. Lynne Lockhart / Peter Robinson wrote:

    Life is filled with challenges and pain. We were so amazed at how Nanette faced this insideous cancer with such dignity, grace, openness, humour and yes, anger. We are so very, very sorry that she lost her battle. Words are inadequate. Gillian, know that she is always with you and always will be.
    Our sincere condolences to Rob, Gillian, Aunt Lil, Uncle Ian, and Craig.
    Love, Lynne Lockhart, Peter Robinson and family.

  20. Ann Cooper Gay wrote:

    To one of the most beautiful young choristers I’ve ever had the privilege of knowing. Nan was in my U of T Women’s Chorus and my family got to know and love her family through the years. I was so proud of all the joy she brought to so many others through her singing and her teaching. Nan will never be forgotten and will live in our hearts forever. Heather, Erin, and I will be there with you both –Rob and Gillian. Sadly we are not in the country, but our hearts are so full and we send you all our love. Love, Ann, Heather, & Erin (& Errol, in heaven, welcoming her)

  21. Lisa Malcolm wrote:

    What a beautiful woman and a beautiful smile. So sorry to hear this very sad news. I loved singing with Nanette in the U of T Choir as well. Wonderful memories. God Bless you Rob and Gillian. Keeping all of you in my prayers.

  22. Wally & Laurie Debling wrote:

    Our deepest condolences go out to the Seaman family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Robert and Gillian.

  23. Jason & Monlisa Page wrote:

    So sorry for your loss.

  24. Gordon and Jane Berturelli wrote:

    Our sincere condolences, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. We are so sorry for your loss.

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