John “Jack” Seaman
Date of Death: Oct 21, 2014
[leftcolumn]Jack was born June 6, 1936 in Milwaukee to Edmund “Jack” and Loretta Wirtz Seaman. After graduating from Pewaukee High School in 1954, he moved to Juneau to work for his parents at the bowling alley they had purchased, Seaman’s Recreation, a well-known landmark in Dodge County, while also serving in the US Army Reserves. On July 21, 1962 Jack married Bernice Mary Link at St. Joseph’s Church in East Bristol. They lived in Juneau and, following the completion of his studies at Madison Area Technical College for barbering, Jack and his family moved to Mercer, WI where he purchased his own barber shop. When Bernice accepted a teaching job, the family moved to Waupun in 1976. Jack then bought a barbershop in Lomira where he worked until he retired in 1999. Jack enjoyed bowling, golfing, and watching the Packers, Badgers, Brewers, and Marquette basketball. He was very proud of his children and his grandchildren and their accomplishments.
Jack is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Bernice; his children: David of Winona, MN, Anthony “Tony” (Cindy) of Whitefish Bay, Kathleen (Peter) Johnsen of Fitchburg, and Michael (Kari) of Pittsburgh, PA; grandsons: Benji and Brody Seaman, Grant Johnsen, and Eli and Noah Seaman; sister, Delores (James) Kosanke of Pewaukee; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Marian (Ken) Mann of Mukwonago, and Joyce (Ron) Graff of Sun Prairie; and other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; parents-in-law, Edwin and Agnella Link; an infant son, Peter; and other relatives.