Larry Wayne Seago, 72, of McComb peacefully went to be with his Lord Sept. 12, 2021, at Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center. His devotion to his family and his firm belief in God supported him in his struggle and ultimately gave him peace.
Services are 11 a.m. Thursday at Hartman-Jones Funeral Home followed by burial in Hollywood Cemetery. Dr. David Millican will officiate.
Larry, born on Feb. 5, 1949, was the son of D.G. and Etta Vera Seago of McComb.
He spent the entirety of his childhood in McComb and graduated from McComb High School.
In 1968, he joined the armed forces and was assigned to the Marine Corps base camp in Lejeune, N.C. He was a brave and loyal soldier who served his country in the Vietnam War for 13 months.
Upon his return from Vietnam, he married the love of his life, Patricia Earles Seago. They enjoyed 51 years of marriage.
He was a businessman who enjoyed working. An avid outdoorsman. Larry was also very involved with his family business, Seago Lumber Co. His family, particularly his grandchildren, were the center of his life.
Larry was a deacon at West McComb Baptist Church. He proudly served the Lord in many capacities and loved his church family.
Greeting Larry in heaven are his grandparents, D.G. Seago Sr. and Lena Seago, Clarence Freeman and Blanche Freeman; a brother, Bobby Seago; and a nephew, Logan Terry.
With beautiful memories to cherish, Larry leaves behind his wife, Patricia Earles Seago; daughters, Ann Seago Coney and husband Beau, and Amy Seago Adams and husband Charles; grandchildren, Louis Cole Smith, Avery Elise Coney, Dock Seago Adams, Ann Allyse Adams and Breanna Lynn Price; parents; sister, Lisa Seago Henley and husband Mark; along with numerous other relatives and friends.
Larry’s family would like to extend deepest appreciation and gratitude to the caregivers who lovingly and tirelessly cared for him. They truly cared for him in such a way that only angels on earth could do.
He will be dearly missed, but we celebrate in our strong belief that he is now in the hands of the Lord he served. His family also celebrates the gift that they were given by their husband, father, son, grandfather and uncle that he lived to be 72 years old.
Pallbearers will be his nephews, John Earles, Jimbo Earles, Digger Earles, Ben Allums and Alan Terry. Honorary pallbearers will be the late Logan Terry and the deacons of West McComb Baptist Church.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Larry Seago’s name may be made to West McComb Baptist Church, Next Generation Building Fund, 4016 MS-24 W., McComb, MS 39648.