PLATTSBURGH — A. Anita Seaman, 76, of Sonya Way and formerly of Brooklyn, died Monday evening June 11, 2001, at the CVPH Medical Center.
Mrs. Seaman was born in Plattsburgh on Feb. 15, 1925, the daughter of John and Nettie (Tamer) Stacey.
She was the wife of the late Murray G. Seaman who died in 1984.
Mrs. Seaman was a long time resident of Brooklyn and worked as a switchboard operator on Wall Street in Manhattan for 34 years.
Survivors include a sister, Janet Parrotte and her husband Wayne of Champlain; two nieces, Anita Debbie and her husband Robert of East Northport, Long Island and Patty Seaman of Staten Island; four nephews, Gregory Parrotte and his wife Cathy of Goose Creek, S.C., Timothy Parrotte and his companion Tonya of Ellenburg Depot, and Paul Parrotte and his wife Julie of Plattsburgh, and James Seaman of Pennsylvania; two great-nephews and two great-nieces; two good friends, Brian LaPage and Sue Post.
She was predeceased by a brother, John Stacey in 1998; and a nephew, Wayne Parrotte Jr., who died in 1967.
Calling hours were held on Wednesday at the R. W. Walker Funeral Home. A vigil service was held. A Mass of Christian burial was held on Thursday from St. Peter's Church. Burial is on Friday in Oceanview Cemetery in Staten Island.
Memorial contributions may be made to a local Masonic Lodge.