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Steven Martin Seamster, Sr

Steven Martin Seamster, Sr., 68, of Fort Smith, departed this life on Friday, December 17, 2021, at The Springs in Batesville, Arkansas.

He was born in Fort Smith on September 19, 1953, to John William Seamster and Marjorie Montgomery Seamster.

During his working years, Steven was a machine operator for the Whirlpool Corporation. He enjoyed casual relaxation such as taking walks and spending time on his computer.

Steven is survived by his wife, Vickie Seamster, of Fort Smith; his son, Steven M. Seamster, Jr., of Bentonville; his daughter, Tamara Gibbens, of Fort Smith; his nephew, John Seamster; and his niece, Amy Seamster.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Bill Seamster.

Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave, Floor 17, Chicago, Illinois, 60601.

No Services are planned at this time.

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A photo was added for Steven Martin Seamster, Sr

Bill White Dec 22 2021 9:50 AM

We are sorry for your loss and will have the family in our prayers.
I found an old picture of the first 7 cousins when we were children. Laura Seamster Mulkey scanned several and I copied them from Facebook some time back.
In the picture from left to right: Standing is Granddad (Stevie\'s Dad\'s dad), My brother, Morrie White, Randall Scholze, Ricky Riley, Stevie Seamster (in Anita\'s lap), Anita Scholze See, Billy Seamster, and me (Bill White) on the tricycle. This picture was taken around 1955 at our Grandparents home in Bentonville, AR. They moved to Garfield in 1957.
What great times and memories we had as children.
Bill White
Little trouble adding the photo. Hopefully you\'ll see it in another message

Bill White Dec 22 2021 9:48 AM

Steve you were always a good worker and easy to get along with! Your since- of- humor made the working hours go by easier. You were a good friend , you will be missed for a long time. Rest in peace Steve

Ray Dec 21 2021 7:25 PM

Sympathy to those you left behind. We had a lot of good times together and we will never forget such a good friend, Greg Spaulding & Vince Scamardo
We will miss you brother!

Greg & Vince Dec 21 2021 2:36 PM