BAILEYVILLE - Cynthia "Cindy" Seamans Pratt, 58, died peacefully April 28, 2013, at her sister's house in Princeton, after a long courageous battle with cancer. Cindy was born July 10, 1954, in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, daughter of Miles G. and Ruth A. (Strout) Seamans.
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Cindy thoroughly enjoyed quilting, bingo, playing games, traveling with her daughter, watching the Boston Red Sox games, and spending time with family and friends. She graduated from Woodland High School and worked 29 years at Georgia Pacific/Domtar in various jobs and most recently as a maintenance clerk.
Cindy is survived by her daughter, Stacy J. Pratt and partner, Trung V. Ly and granddaughter, Jocelyn Cynthia Ly, of Hatfield, Pa.; sister and caregiver, Bonnie Stadig and husband, Robert, of Princeton; sister-in-law, Jeanne Seamans of Waterford, N.Y.; niece, Lisa Elliot and husband, Mark, of Milford, Mich. and great-nieces, Elise and Alexandra; niece Britt Stadig and husband, Scott Thom, of Nashville, Tenn.; and cousin, Madelyn Duschesneau of Oak Bay, New Brunswick. Cindy also leaves behind numerous loving friends who supported her through her entire illness. Cindy was predeceased by her parents; and brother, Melvin Seamans of Waterford, N.Y. The family says a special thank you to Dr. Openshaw of CancerCare of Maine; Dr. McHugh of Baileyville; the staff at the former Atlantic Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, Calais; and the amazing caregivers and volunteers from hospice.
There will be a celebration of Cindy's life held at a later date in July at American Legion Hall, Baileyville. The announcement will be published in the Calais Advertiser. Donations can be made to American Legion and American Legion Axillary - W.T. Wren Post No. 23, P.O. Box 46, Baileyville, ME 04694. Arrangements were provided by Direct Cremation of Maine. Online condolences can be left on Cindy's online obituary at www.directcremationofmaine.com.
Published in BDN Maine on Apr. 30, 2013