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January 31, 1957 – Sunday, November 6, 2011

Service Information
The auditorium at The Sisseton Wahpeton College
Wednesday, November 9th, 2011
2:00 P.M.

Visitation Information
The auditorium at The Sisseton Wahpeton College
All night wake
beginning at 7:00 P.m.

Exzilda M. Seaboy was born on January 31, 1957 in Sisseton, South Dakota the daughter of Didymus & Florence Gagnon Seaboy.

She graduated from Sisseton High School in 1975. Exzilda later attended and graduated from Vincennes University in Indiana with a degree in occupational therapy.

She enjoyed horses, drives in the sunset, wild flowers, dancing, taking road trips, country music, rodeos and Pow Wows.

Survived by her loving children: Tyson Seaboy of Sisseton, South Dakota and fiancée Stevie Farmer, Lucinda (Zach) Smith of Washington, Indiana and Jayme Smith of St. Michael, North Dakota; four grandchildren: Taylor & Zander Smith and Kaedon & Jarrod; brothers: David Seaboy of Sisseton, South Dakota, Sam Seaboy of Mandan, North Dakota, Nicodemus “Danny” Seaboy and Dayton Seaboy both of Sisseton, South Dakota; sisters: Geneva Seaboy of Rosholt, South Dakota and Anita Hart Wanna of Sisseton, South Dakota; a host of other relatives and friends including an aunt: Evangeline Seaboy Brant.

Preceded in death by her parents, sisters and brothers: Jeanette Seaboy Varnes, Dorothy Seaboy Gill, Didymus Seaboy Jr., Exzilda Seaboy, Viva Jo Seaboy and Joseph Seaboy.

Honorary Casket Bearers: Bonnie Seaboy, Kenny Seaboy Jr., Kenny Seaboy Sr., Trinnie Seaboy Sr, Truck Meseth, Irene Auginash, Judy Beaulieu, JoAnne LaFreniere, Barbara Jackson, Donna Head Bird-Murray, Nadine German-Fredrickson, Ann German, Geraldine German-Opsal, The Hardy Girls, Andrea St. John, Vera KingBird, The Jones Girls, Debbie Richotte, Patsy Taylor, Lisa Redwing, Yvonne Bear and all the many more loving friends and family.

Casket Bearers will be Taylor Ray Smith, Joran Morsette, Jason “Chubbs” Morsette, Freddy Morsette, Didymus Morsette, Dan Seaboy, Londell Seaboy, Ian Seaboy and Craig Spider.

12 Guestbook Entries

  1. Nina Jo Wells

    Your spirit is free to soar with the angels. We didn’t get a chance to say goodbye so will you give Berta hug from me? May God bless you and your family.

  2. Myrna German

    A beautiful lady filled with knowledge left to go to the “Happy Hunting Grounds”; a place where she will be among relatives who have gone before and where only peace & happiness reside. Zeda, you will be missed always. God Bless you on your journey and Bless your family with strength and courage.

  3. Fran Necklace Erickson

    So sorry to hear about your family’s loss. Will be thinking of you all.

  4. Rock and Rose St. john

    So very sad to hear this terrible news. Exzilda was a very good friend of mine from “school days.” Our deepest sympathy and prayers go out to the Seaboy family.

  5. Mary Lou Head Wynde

    So sorry to hear about your family’s loss. My deepest sympathies.

  6. margaret bourelle

    Sending my heartfelt sympathy to all of Exzilda’s family. She was always such a sweet person, will miss her. God be with all of you.

  7. Lisa Alton

    What a loss of a beautiful spirit and old friend. The news came South of her passing and I had always hoped to be able to get a ride North and surprise my old friend and get a hug from my Godson Tyson… I am so sorry for your/our loss… hugs.

  8. Teresa Thode

    I was so sorry to hear about Exzilda’s death. I went to school with her and she was a great lady.

  9. Randy Hoff

    Gone – flitted away,
    Taken the stars from the night and the sun from the day!
    Gone, and a cloud in my heart…
    God Speed Zeda…..

  10. cheyenne samu seaboy

    Dear Aunty,
    Although we didn’t spend time on this earth together, my love and connection is eternal. I will see you and we will have time one day.

  11. Trina Deyapp

    My deepest condolences to the entire family. I am the granddaughter of Joesph Seaboy. My mother just passed away last week, Geraldine Seaboy, and my heart breaks for the grieving the family has been through.

  12. Wanda Sandy

    Sending my condolences, this is a shocker! She was my auntie. I’m daughther of Rosie Chaske and granddaughter of Agnes Young nee Cuwiyuksa from Pipestone (Canupawakpa), Manitoba, Cda.
    She was young, but she is now with Kunsi Fflorence & Unkan Seaboy.
    I’m still in disbelief!


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