Cliff Seavey, 81, a home builder and cabinet maker, died Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012, at Advanced Care Hospital of Montana in Billings.
He was born to Paul and Dorothy (Ashmore) Seavey on May 3, 1931, in Smithland, Iowa, the oldest of the couple’s three children.
After graduating from Central High School in Sioux City, Iowa, he served in the Army. On Feb. 14, 1956, he married Kay Munger. The couple lived in Butte for a year while he worked as a miner, then in Loomis, Calif., for 50 years, where he worked as a professional home builder and cabinet maker. They moved to Red Lodge in 2008 and then to Billings in February of this year.
Survivors include his wife, Kay Seavey of Billings; a sister, Ramona Puls of Hoskins, Neb.; and Kristi Miller of New Dim, Minn., and Lori Schneider of Fallbrook, Calif.
Arrangements were by Dahl Funeral Chapel.