Scott A. Seely, 60, of Shermans Dale, died
unexpectedly on Saturday, February 25, 2012, at Carlisle Regional Medical Center. He was born on Tuesday, November 13, 1951,
in Peoria, IL, a son of Margaret (Dempsey) Seely of Boise, Idaho and the late Donald D. Seely.
Scott was a US Air Force veteran and served toward
the end of the Vietnam War. He retired from the PA Department of Corrections, where he was a Corrections Officer for 25 years
at the Camp Hill State Prison. Scott also worked nine years with the PA Railroad. He enjoyed motorcycles, his Australian shepherd
"Cosmo", traveling to New Mexico and collecting movies in the DVD format. Scott was looking forward to living in
New Mexico, where he owned property.
addition to his mother, he is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 20 years, Samantha (Gillingham) Seely, one daughter,
Serena L. (and her husband, James) Severs of Dover, PA, two sons; Spencer G. Seely of Enola and Seth A. Seely at home, two
brothers; Randall Seely of Meridian, ID and Greg Seely of Spokane, WA, one grandson, Nathan Severs and many nieces and nephews.
Scott was preceded in death by two brothers; Denny and Kevin Seely.
Memorial services will be held on Wednesday, February 29, 2012, at 2 p.m. in the Ewing Brothers
Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, with Rev. Charles A. Brophy officiating. Burial will be private. Visitation will
be held on Wednesday from 1 p.m. until time of services. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Scott's
name to a favorite charity of your choice.
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My deepest condolences to you on the loss of Scott. I worked with him at SCI-Camp Hill. He was
a pleasure to work with a real officer and gentilman. May God comfort and protect you at this time of your loss and forever.
I had the honor of working with
him in the hearing rm.,the education building. He will be missed, my sympathy and prayers to the family!!
CARMEN BORING (lopez)
May god bless all your family
and be with you at this time sorry for your loss.
Brady Schmuck Co1
Our Condolence to the Seely family.
Scott was a pleasure to work with and his contributions and
as a corrections officer. Scott will be sadly missed.
Bob and Dawn Wirt
I offer my condolences and prayers to Scott's family and friends.
worked with Scott years ago and he was a good man and friend.
I had the pleasure of working with Scott at SCIC, he was a very
nice person. Talked of his land purchace a lot with me, even tried to get me to buy too. A friend/co-worker will be missed.
My heart goes out to the family, God Bless you all.
Terrance Rosenberger (Rosey)
I truly am saddened to hear the news of Scott's passing. He was good person and a valued employee.
I always could trust Scott's judgement and depend on him doing the right thing.
John Palakovich (Superintendent
I`m so sorry for your great loss. May God comfort you in this time of sadness. His love will get you through.
Remember also, all your friends at First Lutheran. We are here to help you. Take care.
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