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Obituary for Olin Seago

Olin Joe Seago, age 75, passed away on Sunday, the 15th of April 2018, in Sugar Land, Texas. A native Texan, Olin was born in Dalhart, Texas on the 28th of March 1943 to O. J. and Mary Louetta Baker Seago. He was named for Olin Nail, his great-great-uncle, who was a historian for the Methodist Church.

Olin proudly served his country in the Army during Vietnam. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from McMurray University and his MBA from The University of Houston. Olin was a Texas Certified Public Accountant and was a past member of The Treasury Management Association.

Olin is survived by his loving and devoted wife, Mary Hall; his children, Joe Seago, Jr. and wife Karen, Warren Seago and wife Jennifer, and Evonne Brown and husband Pete; grandchildren, Marie and boyfriend James Hill, Nathan, Trey, Laurine, Benjamin, Samuel, Molly, and Dovie; great-granddaughter, Luna Ivy Hill; former wife and children’s mother, Eva Pesl; and numerous extended family and friends.

A celebration of Olin’s life will be held at 2:00 pm, on Thursday, the 26th of April, at First United Methodist Church Missouri City, 3900 Lexington, Blvd., Missouri City, Texas 77459.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to First United Methodist Church Missouri City, at the address above; CanCare of Houston at www.cancare.org; or The Wounded Warrior Project at www.woundedwarriorproject.org.
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