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St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
1011 Slide Road
Lubbock, TX  79416
Saturday, October 30, 2021
2:00 p.m.
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Margaret Alley Seymour

of Lubbock, TX

February 23, 1961 - October 24, 2021

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Margaret Alley Seymour, of Lubbock, Texas, peacefully passed away on Sunday, October 24, 2021, with family at her side. Margaret, “Maggie”, was born in Rochester, New York on February 23, 1961, to Elizabeth and Carroll Overton Alley Jr. She was raised in Silver Spring, Maryland.

She earned a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology at the University of New Mexico. She then moved to Lubbock, where she received a graduate degree in Higher Education. This is also where she met the love of her life, Steve Seymour.
Maggie was extremely intelligent and worked in a variety of fields. She was the tax consultant at Reese AFB, a Caseworker at Buckner Children’s Home, a Counselor, and Coordinator of Special Services at South Plains College. Later, she decided to pursue a career as a professor at South Plains College, where she remained until she retired in 2017. Maggie was a longtime member of AAUW and served as President. For decades, she also owned Reliable Tax Services and was the accountant for her husband’s construction company.

Maggie had a passion for cooking and was magnificent at it. From an early age she loved to read, and was an avid reader. She loved entertaining, theme parties, babies, dancing, the beach, and bourbon. She enjoyed spending time in the backyard with her family, dogs, and turtles. She was an extraordinary mother to more than just her children. Maggie was strong and brave, and inspired many. She was a cradle Episcopalian and loved her church family. She was head of the altar guild at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church.

Maggie married Steve on May 26, 1984. Maggie and Steve had two daughters, Monica and Emily. She is survived by her husband Steve Seymour; daughter Monica Garrett and precious grandchild, Caroline; daughter Emily and husband Tanner Massucci; stepdaughter Chanda Seymour; sister Frances and husband Steve Kruger; niece Rebecca and husband Sean Bringham; nephew Josh Kruger and wife Liz.

Services will be held at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 2 p.m.

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9 Condolence(s)
Jackie Shirley
Gunter, TX
Friday, October 29, 2021

Steve, Monica, Emily, and Tanner. I’m so sorry to learn of Maggie’s passing. I always enjoyed visiting with her as she walked by while walking the dog. She kept me updated on you girls and the light of her eye, Caroline. Steve you and Maggie both were an encouragement to me through Don’s health issues and deciding whether to move to Gunter. Thankyou for being wonderful neighbors and friends. May God give you strength, courage, and comfort. Love, Jackie and Don

Anne T. O'Connell
Beaufort, SC
Thursday, October 28, 2021

I met Maggie in college in NM. We became fast and nearly inseparable friends. We knew each other for only a year, but our friendship was cemented. We promised to never lose track of each other, and have always kept in touch.
It pains me that I never got to hug you again, Maggie, but I know you will be at the gate to welcome me home with that long awaited hug.

Becky Cummings
Albuquerque, NM
Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Dear Steve,
It’s hard to believe she is gone. I am so very very sad for you Monica, Emily and Frances. She has gone through so much this year and you were always at her side. She loved Caroline and talked about her all the time. So grateful we spent four years together at UNM. But more importantly, I was blessed to be with her when she met you. God wrap his arms around you and the family.

Meganne and Randy Massucci
Amarillo, TX
Wednesday, October 27, 2021

All our love and prayers during this time. We hope fond memories of Maggie as mother or wife will comfort you all.

Lubbock, TX
Wednesday, October 27, 2021

I am so saddened to read about Maggie's passing. I worked with Maggie many years at SPC-Reese. She was an inspirational woman and always spoke of her love for her husband and her kids.

She touched many lives through her career and was dedicated to education.
Her influence will be felt.
Stacy Elliott

Mikell Bollinger
Roanoke, TX
Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Dear Steve, I was deeply saddened to learn of Maggie's sudden illness and death from Randy. Although I haven't been in touch for years, you and Maggie were wonderful friends through our times together. Sending you much love, heartfelt prayers and the warmest virtual hug. May your precious memories of your deep love and wonderful life with Maggie and the love and caring of friends and family bring you and your daughters comfort and peace now and always. Love, Mikell

Marla Barbee
Midland, TX
Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Maggie an I worked Together at South Plains College.
She was such a wonderful person to work with .
I have great memories of Maggie an I visiting in our offices after classes.
I will miss her

JimAnn Batenhorst
Levelland, TX
Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Maggie was such a dear person and was loved by all and will be missed by all. I worked with her for many years on UIL Prose and enjoyed every minute of it. I pray for God's peace, comfort and healing for all of her family. Blessings!

Miguel and Monica Villarreal
Lubbock, TX
Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Our deepest heartfelt condolences and prayers to you amd your family are in our prayers.Love The Villarreal family