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Marion Louise Whyte

Marion Louise Whyte (Seaborn)

Thursday, March 1st, 1945 - Saturday, May 23rd, 2020
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THE CASEY FAMILY IS HONORED TO BE CARING FOR AND ASSISTING THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF MARION LOUISE SEABORN WHYTE

Our beloved Marion Louise Seaborn Whyte went home to Jesus on May 23, 2020 at age 75.


Marion was born to the late Robert and Abbie Peebles Seaborn on March 1, 1945 in Greenville County, VA. She was educated in the Greensville County School System. At an early age Marion initially moved to Baltimore, MD, and subsequently, Waterbury CT. She gave her life to Christ as a longtime member of Zion Baptist Church, Waterbury, CT., and was a longtime diligent affiliate of The New Deliverance Church of God in Christ also in Waterbury, CT.

Throughout Marion's life she was employed by Uniroyal Rubber Company, Naugatuck, CT, New Departure, Bristol, CT, Southbury Training School, Southbury, CT, and The Kennedy Center, Southbury, CT were she then retired.

Marion was a devoted Mother, Sister, Friend, and adored as a Mother and Aunt to many. She loved life and people. She had a heart of gold. She always gave to others and never expected anything in return. She had a smile that was captivating and was always ready to listen, never judging. She spent her time enjoying her family and friends. She will truly be missed, but never forgotten, as she lives within our hearts with her loving arms wrapped around us.

Marion was preceded in death by one brother, John H. Seaborn, Sr., of Greensville County, VA, and 1 sister, Barbara M. Wilson. Marion leaves to cherish the memories of her life to her devoted daughter, Jolanda M. Whyte-Byrd and her son in law, Harold Byrd of Henrico, VA, daughter, Janice Lovett McLean, and her son in law, William Mclean of Waterbury, CT, Godson, Eddie Hicks, Jr. and his wife, Constance Hicks, of North Chesterfield, VA, 1 sister, Paula Seaborn, MD. 4 brothers Robert Seaborn and his wife, Mable Seaborn, of VA Beach, VA, James C. Seaborn, Waterbury, CT., Ronald Seaborn, Greensville County, VA and Clarence Seaborn, Brunswick County, VA. Marion leaves 2 aunts, Martha McDonald of Waterbury, CT, Jerlean Moore and her husband, William Moore, of Emporia, VA.

Marion was predeceased by her granddaughter, Carlita Byrd of Henrico, VA, and leaves 1 granddaughter, Thumbsalina Byrd of Henrico, VA, 2 grandsons Tank Byrd of Henrico, VA., and Orlando Byrd and his wife, Marta Byrd of New York, NY, 1 great grandson, Xavier Byrd 4 devoted nieces, Samarra Hoff, Dacia Lovett, Ahviana Lovett, and Diamond Lovett of Waterbury, CT, and 2 devoted nephews, Kenneth Hoff and Jamal Lovett of Waterbury, CT
Family and Friends: Minister Agnes Seaborn, Emporia, VA, Geraldine Hicks, Emporia, VA, Sister in law, Monica Fogarty of the United Kingdom, and Brenda Satchell, Roanoke, VA and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and longtime friends, Judy Abney, Debbie Watts, Bellva Canady, of Waterbury, CT, Nancy Rovito, Danbury, CT., Elizabeth Largen, of Danbury, CT., and Ken Carlson of Newtown, CT.

Forever rest in peace our guardian angel!
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  • Service

    Wednesday, June 10th, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Wednesday, June 10th, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    New Pine Grove Cemetery
    Address
    850 Meriden Rd
    Waterbury, CT 06705
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  • Interment

    Location
    New Pine Grove Cemetery
    Address
    Meriden Rd
    WATERBURY, CT 06705
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    AT 11:00 a.m.

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Judy Abney and family

Posted at 01:06pm
In loving memory of Marion Louse Whyte. Love endures and withstands the trials of time and loss. Judy Abney, her closest and most beloved friend.
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Pam Abney

Posted at 12:57pm
Jolanda, I am so very sorry for your loss. Your mother has been a part of my life since I can remember. I am still numb. I cannot imagine going home to see my mom without seeing yours...or calling my mom on the phone and not having your mom buzz in. They were like sisters and your mom was like family. You have to know how much we all loved her and will miss her. In this time of loss and grief, be comforted by your memories of her and the knowledge that she would want you to carry on and live your life. She was so very proud of you and loved her family with heart and soul. I feel thankful and blessed to have been the recipient of that. I thank God For people like your mom . May she Rest In Peace
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Andrea Tyner

Posted at 05:12pm
My Condolences To Jolanda..
We Grew up Together From Orange Street.
Marion Was A Sweet Person She Will Be Missed..
Your Long Friend Candy And Famiy🙏🏽❤️
SR

SCOTT RIDDICK

Posted at 06:44am
I remember when I was a child I would play Joey Seaborn and Jolonda. While playing Ms. Whyte would look after us ensuring that we were ok. Thank you Ms. Whyte. Jolonda sorry for the loss, I look forward to seeing you.

SCOTT RIDDICK
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