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    Frank Seever, 1924 ~ 2008

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    Frank M. Seever, 84, passed away Dec. 18, 2008 at Allen Memorial Hospital in Moab.

    Frank was born Feb. 7, 1924 on a farm near Terre Haute, Ind., to Fred and Esther Walker Seever. While serving his country during WWII, he married Claudine Mullinaux in Lexington, Ky. in June of 1944.

    After his discharge, Frank continued on with his education, graduating from the University of Colorado.

    He enjoyed remodeling homes, and they lived in Boulder and Grand Junction, Colo. areas before moving to Moab full-time in 2005.

    Frank is survived by his wife, Claudine, of Moab; two sisters, Mary Isbell, and Renna (Kenneth) Collie, and two brothers, Barton (Arduth) Seever, and Byron Seever, who all reside in California.

    At Frank’s request cremation has taken place.

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