Jack Alfred Seed, QC BA
December 8, 1915 - Dec 11, 2012
Lawyer, Teacher, Father,
Grandfather, WWII Veteran
Passed away peacefully at his Toronto home on Tuesday night, as was his wish, after celebrating his 97th birthday on Saturday with his family.
Jack leaves his loving wife Peggy (nee Margaret Doreen Jackson) of 68 years, his four children Tony, Deborah, John and Julia (Will McIlvride), all of Toronto; five grandchildren Martin (of Atlanta), Thomas (Alex), Nicholas, Catherine and Jennifer (all of Toronto); great granddaughter Makenna (of Burlington); and nieces Nancy (Tom) Crawford of Collingwood and Sandra (Don) Hammersmark (of Los Angeles). Predeceased by his brother Arnold (Monnie), and parents W.A. and Elizabeth Helena Seed. Jack was fortunate to have Marissa Gimena, devoted caregiver in his final years, as well as Lida Muguerza. Jack also leaves his special buddy, Winston the cat (his ''good little fella'').
Please come and join us at his funeral on Wednesday, December 19, St. James Cathedral, 106 King Street East, 11 a.m., as well as our reception in the Neill Room to commemorate, discuss and honour his life and work.
In lieu of flowers, friends and colleagues may wish to remember him with a donation to the Jack A. Seed, Q. C. Award at the Osgoode Hall Law School of York University or Trinity College Library. Online sentiments may be made at www.etouch.ca.
''Carry on, Canada.'
Tuesday December 18, 2012
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