Sandi Seaman, 71, of Green Bay, passed away October 13, 2022, after a battle with Leukemia. Born on November 1, 1950, she is the daughter of the late Harold and Mary Lindert of Hartford, WI. She was a graduate of Hartford Union High School class of 1968 Sandi then attended the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee graduating with a degree in Medical Technology and worked at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Milwaukee for several years. She married the love of her life John Seaman on September 14, 1973, St Kilians in Hartford, WI.John and Sandi started their married life in Cedarburg, WI. Several years later they moved to Sheboygan Falls, where their children grew up. Sandi worked at Sheboygan Falls middle school and eventually the high school as a library aide. Sandi had a love for books and was amazing at helping kids find the love for reading. John and Sandi retired in 2016 and then after 35 years in Sheboygan Falls they moved to their dream home on the Bay of Green Bay in 2021.They enjoyed a year full of sun rises and sunsets on the Bay. One of her favorite past times was sitting on the deck and watching the grandchildren play. She loved dogs especially Newfoundlands, of which they had several over the years. Sandi enjoyed science fiction especially Dr. Who. She loved to cook and bake and was known for her cakes, pies, lasagna, rolls, and chocolate chip cookies. Sandi also enjoyed going on vintage car rides in their Austin Healey. Sandi was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and friend to all who knew her and she would drop everything to be with her loved ones. Her selflessness and unconditional love has a left an undeniable impact on everyone she has met.
She is survived by her husband John; son, Daniel (Liz); daughter, Betsy (Nick); four grandchildren, Caleb, Elia, Jacob, Evie; siblings, Robert (Marla) Lindert, Donna (John) Comer; nephews, Brad (Heather), Phil (Anisha), Mike (Nikki), and Nathan.
Sandi was preceded in death by her parents, Harold and Mary Lindert; father and mother in law, Howard (Frances) Seaman.
Visitation at Malcore Funeral Home 701 N Baird St. Monday October 17, from 9 AM until the time of the memorial service at 11 AM.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff of St. Vincent Oncology, and her primary care physician, Dr. Anna Stockhausen.
In lieu of flowers please direct donations of sympathy to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America.