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Wayne Seabaugh Obituary |  The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Wayne Seabaugh Obituary | The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

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Wayne Seabaugh, 85, of Hot Springs Village, Ark., passed away Thursday, April 25, 2024. He was born on November 25, 1938 in Matthews, Missouri, the son of Glenn and Cordia (Troxell) Seabaugh. He is preceded in death by both of his parents; granddaughter, Shelby Seabaugh; and brother-in-law, Kenneth Parker. Wayne is survived by his beloved wife of 65 years, Glenda (Parker) Seabaugh; sons, former Senator Mitchell (Leah) Seabaugh, Dr. Michael (Laurie) Seabaugh and Mark (Gina) Seabaugh RN, CSPI; grandchildren, Karen (Will) McRae, Ryan (Faryl) Seabaugh, Haydn and Gracen Seabaugh, Hannah, Sarahbeth and Jack Seabaugh; great-grandchildren, Alex (Landon), Rebecca, Jacob, Leah, Andrew, Emmett, Charlotte, Everett, Aloysuis and Walter; sisters, Glenda (Elvin) Rainwater and Jeretta (Dan) Beckman; nieces; cousins; along with a host of other family and friends. Wayne and Glenda were married on May 30, 1959. He was active in his Pathfinders Sunday School class at Balboa Baptist Church. He was a Magnolia CC Senior Club Champion, completing four holes-in-one and earning the highest distinction of Knight of the Royal Ambassador. He enjoyed growing irises, golfing, playing cards with friends and playing Words With Friends with family and friends. The service will be held at Balboa Baptist Church on May 20, 2024. Burial will be in CedarVale Cemetery. The pallbearers will be Ryan Seabaugh, Haydn Seabaugh, Jack Seabaugh, Andrew Seabaugh, Emmett Boeving Seabaugh, George Cupstid and Don Fowler. Honorary pallbearers will be Dean Johansen, Danny Adams, Jim Lipe and the golf groups on Monday, Wednesday and three putts on Friday. Arrangements are under the direction of CedarVale Funeral Home of Hot Springs Village. Guests can register at

Published on May 9, 2024