Master Suwan Seaman


Master Suwan Seaman, of Graceville, Florida, infant son of Betty Sue Watford and Wayne Seaman. Born and passed away on the same day, July 25, 2023, in the sunny city of Panama City, Florida.

There’s an old saying by comedian Robin Williams, “Why do they call it rush hour when nothing moves?” Well, Suwan was the rush hour baby who moved fast, and he never stopped moving.

As we bid farewell to Master Suwan Seaman, let’s not forget the joy he brought into this world in his short time. In the words of the great Charlie Chaplin, “A day without laughter is a day wasted.”

So here’s to Master Suwan Seaman, the baby who showed us that even in the briefest moments, life can be full of laughter and joy. May he continue to spread chuckles in his next journey, wherever that may be.

Master Seaman is survived by his parents as well as his siblings: Claudia Seaman, William Seaman, Star Easterling, Alicia Seaman, Jeremiah Seaman, Skye Oquinn, Hunter Seaman, Douglas Russ, and Sunny Seaman; his maternal grandparents: Rayvina Watford Joseph Watford; his paternal grandparents: Jerri Seaman and Wayne Seaman, Sr.; godparents Shakela Dickens and Antwan Dickens and Briana Jackson; numerous cousins, other relatives and family friends.

Graveside services honoring his brief presence will begin at 10 AM, Monday, July 31, 2023 at the Graceville Community Cemetery in Graceville, Florida under the directions of Christian Memorial Chapel of Graceville, Florida.


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