Evans Funeral Home
"Compassionate Funeral Service"
Carrington and New Rockford, North Dakota
701.652.3003 or 701.947.2911
Secondary Number ~ 701.650.9937
Thomas Michael Seaburg, 76, of Carrington, ND passed away Friday November 27, 2020 at St. Aloisus Nursing Home, Harvey, ND.
Tom was born on October 16, 1944 in Torrance, CA to William Seaburg and Dorothy (Fiedler) Baelz. He grew up in Fargo, ND and graduated from Central High School in 1962. Tom attended North Dakota State University where he obtained his Pharmacy Degree in 1967.
Tom met the love of his life, Donna O’Connell while attending NDSU where he was an active member of Kappa Psi Fraternity and a Shriner. They were married on August 19, 1967 at Messiah Lutheran Church in Fargo, ND. They lived in Moorhead, MN where he was a Pharmacist for Foss Drug for 8 years before moving to Carrington, ND in 1975 when they bought Galehouse Drug. Over the next 32 years his business grew to include 4 drug stores in Carrington, New Rockford and Langdon, ND.
Throughout his life, Tom enjoyed a variety of activities such as snow skiing, traveling to Cancun and attending the Sturgis Bike Rally. He enjoyed collecting Corvette’s and guns. He was a member of Northern Lights Corvette Club, The Ohio Gun Collectors Association, Browning Collectors Association and Dakota Territory Gun Collectors Association, where he served as President. He was very active in the community and served on various boards such as Jewett Drug, Carrington Airport Authority and Trinity Lutheran Church Council. Tom believed the best gift he could ever give anybody was to help further their education. He enjoyed teaching all the pharmacy students he had throughout the many years. Tom will always be remembered for his continuous generosity to the community and his family.
Tom is survived by his children: Andrew (Stephen) Seaburg, Hamilton, NJ, Michael (Amy) Seaburg and Tamara (Erik) Sorensen both of Carrington. Grandchildren: Tyler, Cole and Jacob Seaburg, Nevaeh, Karson, Noah and Kolton Sorensen. Brothers: Charles (Brenda) Seaburg and John (Lois) Seaburg.
He was preceded in death by his wife, parents, sisters Donna Carlson and Sandra McMaines and a brother Rickie Baelz.
His Visitation will be Friday, December 4th 9:00AM -5:00PM at Evans Funeral Home, and will continue from 6-7:00PM-followed by a Prayer Service at 7:00PM at Trinity Lutheran Church, Carrington.
His Funeral Service will be held Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 10:30AM at Trinity Lutheran Church, Carrington.
His Burial will be at the Carrington Cemetery.
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Have long missed seeing Tom at the store! He was a great man and will be missed!
So sorry for your loss! May God give you the peace to get you through this most difficult time🙏🏻
So sorry to hear of your dads passing..I loved going on motor cycle rides with your mom and dad.
Andrew and family we are so sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. He had a beautiful smile which I’m sure you’ll never forget may your dad rest in peace sending prayers for all of you God bless You’ll the McElroy family
Our sincere condolences to the family. May God grant peace during this difficult time.
Andy, Mike, Tammy and families-
I am sending love and prayers for you all during this time of grief. Your dad was a wonderful man.
Tom was one of the first people I got to know in Carrington. Just a very special person.
So sorry for your loss, you and family are in thoughts and prayers
We’re all sorry for your loss. We know how much both your parents meant to you. Our heart breaks for your sadness. Continued prayers for you all. Your father will be so missed.
Rest in peace are Corvette friend. Terry and Rocky(corvette club)
Rest in peace Tom. You were a true gentleman. You always managed to brighten my day!
Sorry for your loss. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
We are so saddened and sorry to hear/read about Tom passing. We really enjoyed all our times together with both Tom and Donna…motorcycling, vetted, visiting, going out for meals, vacationing in Cancun….so very sorry for your loss.
Rest In Peace Tom. I knew you and Donna since college in the spring of 1966. A great couple together again. Fond memories of our lunches together when Jeanette and I visited Carrington.
Mike very sorry to here about your Dad!! Im still in Poland or I would be there!! God bless to you and your family!! Tom will be missed!!🇺🇸
So sorry for your loss. We were good friends with Tom through the Corvette Club and always enjoyed visiting with him at our get togethers. He will be missed! Please accept our sincere sympathy.
Mike and family, so sorry to hear of your dads passing.We will miss having him at the DTGCA shows and meetings . Rest in peace Tom
We are very sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. When I last talked to him, he was still in the hospital, but expected to go home soon. I hope that happened. Tom and Donna were good friends in college and our friendship continued for a lifetime.
Tom was great fun as a fraternity brother, and always more than willing to pitch in on anything that needed to be done. His outgoing personality made him a wonderful pharmacist and hence a very successful businessman. He will be sorely missed, and we can only hope that for everyone the good memories of our time with Tom will soon shine through today’s clouds of sorrow.
I’m so sorry for your loss. This is such a sad time in our community. Thinking of you all and praying for you.
Mike” Dianne and I are very sad to hear about Toms passing, please accept out condolences, Hang in there, Tom would want you to
We were sorry to read about your dad’s passing.
Our sympathy to all of you,
Steve & Jane Metzger
So sorry for your loss, may God Bless the Seaberg Family and your Dad’s memory. Carter & Kathe Kleinsasser
So sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. We considered Tom and Donna friends when we lived in Carrington. Tom was an excellent businessman because he believed in delivering great service. He was always available to answer questions about health and wellness and shared his vast knowledge with any customer who asked. We pray God will comfort and bless all of you during this time of loss.
To Tom’s family may I say that I am so saddened to hear of his passing. I came to know Tom through our connection in our pharmacy careers and also through the Corvette hobby. My deepest and sincerest sympathies to you all, and may your fondest memories of Tom support you in these hard days.
Mike and Family, Sorry for your loss. We enjoyed visiting with Tom
at Corvette events . He loved to drive.
My Uncle graduated Pharmacy in the 60’s and Sister in
the 70’s, both from NDSU.. My Dad was a Shriner. I was born in Langdon and
attended Messiah Lutheran Church growing up and have attended Sturgis Rallys.
We will remember him fondly,
Brian and Roberta Stoelting
So sorry. Hugs & prayers to you all
So sorry for your loss! Your parents did so much for our community! May you have comfort from all your memories. We certainly have good memories to cherish. They will be guiding you from above.
Dear Seaburg Family,
We are very saddened with Tom’s passing, he was a great friend and will cherish the memories he has left us with. May gods blessings give you all comfort and peace!