Phillip B. Seagreaves August 27, 1930 - April 19, 2021
Phillip B. Seagreaves, 90, formerly of Salisbury Twp., passed away Monday, April 19, 2021 in the Lutheran Home at Topton. He was the husband of the late Elizabeth M. (Moyer) Seagreaves. They celebrated 65 years of marriage before her passing in February 2019. Born in Allentown, Phillip was a son of the late George F. Seagreaves, Sr. and Evelyn E. (Silberman) Seagreaves. He was a 1948 graduate of South Whitehall HS. Phillip worked in the grocery industry for most of his career, over 40 years. He was a member of St. Matthews EC Church, Emmaus where he sang on the choir. He was also a former member of Seibert EC Church where he sang on the choir and was a member of the church softball, volleyball, basketball and bowling teams. Phillip was a member of a gospel trio and sang at many weddings. He loved pinochle, gardening and taking care of his grandkids and great-grandkids.
Survivors: Sons: Michael P. Seagreaves and his wife Susan of Perkasie, Mark D. Seagreaves and his partner Karen Haduck of Bethlehem; Grandchildren: Amy L. Belloff and her husband Timothy, Andrew G. Seagreaves, Katie A. Seagreaves and her husband Everett Tucker, Nicholas M. Seagreaves; Great grandchildren: Emily E. Belloff, Timothy J. Belloff, Jr.; Siblings: Mary Phillips and her husband Paul of Allentown, Patricia Scott and her husband Harold of Caldwell, NJ, Timothy Seagreaves and his wife Cheryl of Port Charlotte, FL. Phillip was predeceased by his wife, parents, brother George F. Seagreaves, Jr. and a sister Janice Tamborino.
Services: Due to COVID restrictions, services will be private at the convenience of the family. Arrangements by Stephens Funeral Home, Inc., www.stephensfuneral.com.
Contributions: In lieu of flowers to the Benevolent Fund at Lutheran Home at Topton, 1 S. Home Ave, Topton, PA 19562 https://www.diakonseniorliving.org/communities/the-lutheran-home-at-topton
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