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Orey Anthony Seymour

March 22, 1970 — March 9, 2024

OREY ANTHONY SEYMOUR JR 

Orey Anthony Seymour Jr, 54, died Saturday March 9,2024 unexpectedly at his Post Falls Home with his family by his side.  He would be celebrating his 55th birthday Friday March 22nd. 

Orey was born  March 22,1970  in Biloxi Mississipp9i to Orey Anthony Seymour Sr and Melva Joan Fayard.  Orey was proud  t o  be from Biloxi, where he attended Gulf Port High School, played football and baseball.  He loved to tell stories of home about his mother, family and friends. 

In 1998, Orey and his previous wife Heidi made the move from Mississippi to Idaho for a new start.  Orey remained in Idaho, where he met his 2nd wife Jamie, and became a father again to Dinah and Matthew. 

Orey married Dawn Markey on October 19, 2017.  They began dating in 2012, where they blended families. Spent lots of time on the softball, baseball, and soccer fields, along with lots of time in the bowling alley.  Orey took so much pride in his family and children. He loved to coach football, baseball and of course softball. After helping each other finish raising their kids, they we looking forward to being life long companions for the 2nd half of their lives. 

Orey worked most of his life as a general contractor/carpenter, but was a man of many trades.  He loved to cook (known for his GUMBO) and coach.  He loved his Dolphins,Red Sox, Braves, and Ducks.  He would talk baseball, wrestling, life  with anyone who would listen.  He loved his baseball cards and was an avid collector (Piazza-31) 

Orey  is  survived by his wife Dawn, children, Jeremy(Heather),Christopher, Cody (Lacey), Sammantha (Larry), Matthew (Peanut), Dinah Eve, Michael (Rian), Colby (Destiny).  His grandchildren Olivia (little O), Maggie Mae, RayLynn (his Koyonk), and Walker (Haus).  His sister Johneene, many nieces & nephews, including Bella and Killian, brother in law Mahlon, mother and father in law Peggy and Ray, and many many friends.  Orey was  a very sweet and loving man, rough around the edges but we all know his heart was bigger than he could handle. 

Orey is proceeded in death by his mother and father, (Ms Millie and Orey), his brother Ronny, grand parents, aunts and uncles including his Parrain.  Happy to know they are all with him again, and he is no longer hurting. 

Orey will be best remembered for his deep southern voice, his love for family, huge heart, spicy food, (my cajun) and love of sports, bourbon, and talks. 

We will be having a softball memorial to honor and celebrate him in June.  Date and time is still being determined, his final resting place will be home in Biloxi near his mother and on his pawpaws property. 
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