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Robert "Bob" L. Seaver

Age: 80
Born: June 16, 1937
Died: August 30, 2017
  • Peggy and JeanPierre Froissard
    Relationship: Neighbors on Woodsce

    We were so sorry to read of Bob's passing. Although we didn't know him well he always waved as he exited the driveway in his little sports car. We also learned that he shared with us the feeding of Tux the feral cat a couple years ago. I often wonder if he has been a foster parent to any of the cats we have had over the years. Condolences and prayers to Elizabeth and the rest of the family.

  • John Valauri and Mary Sanker
    Relationship: colleagues

    Bob, we missed you at Chase when you retired and now even more that you have passed. You were succeeded but never replaced.

  • Diane
    Relationship: Neighbor

    We know this is a very difficult time for you loosing a precious loved one and we are sorry for your loss. Even when we do all we can, we are unable to prevent "time and unexpected events". May God's "promise of the resurrection" and the reuniting with your loved one bring you comfort. And "throw all your anxieties on God because he cares for you ". Ecclesiastes 9:11 John 5:28,29 1 Peter 5:7 Sincerely, Diane and Family https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&pub=we&srcid=share

  • William R. Jones
    Relationship: Colleague

    Bob was a valued member of the Faculty of Chase College of Law. I was privileged to know him during many of those years. Bob was possessed of a keen mind. He was forthright in sharing his opinions.. He was missed by his colleagues and his students when he retired. He will be missed by all who knew him.

  • Bruce K. Hust
    Relationship: former student

    I greatly value my experiences with and memories of Professor Seaver. When I was struggling with his corporations course, I once spent two hours with him in his office going over material. He was very patient and answered all my questions. While he made it clear he was master of his subject, he was never condescending. He treated you like a human being. He figured if you couldn't learn it, you wouldn't be in law school. Bob Seaver definitely raised the bar in legal education.

  • James Noll
    Relationship: Lawyer

    Professor Seaver's professional and personal life serves as a model to attorney's young and old. R.I.P. Bob.