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1973 Matthew 2024

Matthew Richard Seager

October 14, 1973 — February 25, 2024

Kaysville

Matthew Richard Seager was born “Rocktober” 14th, 1973, in Ogden, Utah to Richard Austin Seager and Carolyn Vera Zinn Seager. He was raised in Kaysville, the town that he called home for his entire childhood. He felt privileged to have the experience of growing up alongside five older siblings and many friends that have kept his friendship long past his high school years.


He married Angie Lewis, his best friend and the love of his life, on November 15th, 1995. Together they raised three incredible children; Jessie (26), Maverick (20), and Lainey (16). Along with a (sometimes questionable) sense of humor, he shared his wisdom and his love with his kids as they grew up in a supportive home where they always felt safe to talk to him about anything. He taught his children about gratitude, charity, and a host of other valuable life lessons that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives.


He worked with the Davis County Government for nearly two decades, where he built important friendships with his coworkers. He was so good at what he did that he became the free-of-charge “go to” guy when his kids and extended family forgot the age old advice of “Did you turn it off and back on again?” In his spare time, he enjoyed hanging out with his family, watching sci-fi films, reading, and listening to classic rock.


Matt is preceded in death by his parents Richard and Carolyn. He is survived by his loving wife Angie, their three children Jessie, Maverick, and Lainey, and by his 5 siblings Susan Watson, David Seager, Paul Seager, Jeanette Frandsen, and Nathan Seager. Matt was an amazing husband, father, son, and brother who loved his family as dearly as they loved him. He will forever be an irreplaceable part of our lives, and we are incredibly grateful for the time we had with him.


A graveside service will be held at 12:00 noon on Saturday March 9, 2024 at the Kaysville City Cemetery, 500 E. Crestwood Drive, Kaysville Utah.

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