Police were called to the home of Edward E. Seaver, 53, of 130 Pine street, about 1:15 A. M. today when his wife said he had fallen unconscious to the floor. Patrolmen Ekman and Lofstrom found Seaver dead on a couch when they arrived. Mrs. Seaver said he had suffered from heart trouble but had felt good during the day and was talking with her when he collapsed.
Mr. Seaver, whose death comes as a sad shock to many friends, had lived in Brockton 36 years and had made his home at 130 Pine street since 1930. He was devoted to his home and was highly regarded by all who knew him. He was popular with children in the neighborhood. He was employed by the National Chair Co., of Whitman.
Mr. Seaver was born in Southington, Conn., a son of the late Irving and Martha Seaver. He is survived by his widow, Edith (Tillman) Seaver and two sisters, Mrs. Stanley (Alice) Tripp of South Easton and Mrs. Ethel Burr of Onset.
Rev. Dr. Robert Wood Coe will officiate at the funeral services to be held at the funeral home, 43 White avenue, Saturday at 1 P. M., with interment in Melrose cemetery.
|Thursday, September 3, 1953, Brockton Daily Enterprise - Page Two|
SEAVER–In this city, Sept. 3, Edward E. Seaver, 53, husband of Edith (Tillman) Seaver, 130 Pine street.
|Saturday, September 5, 1953, Brockton Daily Enterprise - Page Two|