Died: Thursday, May 09, 2019
Age: 93

Edwin Sealey, age 93, of Attica, MI passed away Thursday, May 9, 2019 at Lapeer County Medical Care Facility (known as Suncrest) in Lapeer, MI. Edwin Neal Sealey was born April 27, 1926 in Burnside Twp., MI. He was the son of the late Edward and the late Anna (Steinkoff) Sealey. He married Margaret Helen Hughes on April 23, 1949 in Brown City, MI. He was predeceased by his wife, Margaret, on January 10, 1997.

He retired after 35-plus years from Mechanical Handling Company (an overhead conveyor manufacturer for the auto industry) in 1986. He was a welder. After retirement he worked on his wife’s “honey do” list: painting, wallpaper, caning chairs. Ed was a member of Imlay City United Methodist Church. Ed enjoyed watching the Detroit sports teams: Tigers, Lions, Red Wings. He had a green thumb.

He is survived by his daughters, JoAnn Panduren of Marlette, MI and Laura Harris of Mio, MI; his sons, William (Rhonda) Sealey of North Branch, MI and David (Tammy) Sealey of North Branch, MI; sisters-in-law, Imogene Sealey of Brown City, MI and Miriam Sealey of Florida. Ed is also survived by twelve grandchildren, Jerome Harris, Matthew (Lori) Harris, Kimberly (Daniel) Bent, Sarah (Brian) Williamson, Heather (Josh) Ellis, Dan (Becky) Sealey, Miranda (Jason) McCrory, Melissa (James) Capps, Jason (Traci) Garcia, Maria (Chris) Conley, Monica (Chris) Newbery and Chelsea (Jose) Molina; and twenty great-grandchildren. Ed was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret Sealey; sons-in-law, Richard Panduren and Kenneth Harris; and an infant daughter, Nancy Ann Sealey.

The funeral services were held on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at Muir Brothers Funeral Home of Imlay City, 225 N. Main Street, Imlay City, MI. Reverend Marcel Lamb, pastor of the Imlay City United Methodist Church officiated. Burial followed in Evergreen Cemetery, Brown City, MI.

Those wishing to make memorial contributions may direct them to the Suncrest Auxillary.

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