Marion Seekell Obituary, Marion Seekell Has Passed Away Unexpectedly

Marion Seekell Death, Obituary – Marion Seekell has sadly passed away unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to an online publication. Marion E. Seekell, a resident of Middleborough, passed away on Friday morning, December 16, 2022 at the Sachem Center for Health & Rehabilitation in East Bridgewater, following an extended period of declining health. It is with deep regret that we share the news of her departure.

Doris F. (Vickery) and Kenneth L. Tubman, Sr. welcomed their daughter Marion into the world on April 25, 1931 in Middleborough. Marion was their daughter. She tied the knot with Kenneth E. Crowell, Sr. in 1947, and the couple went on to have six children together. During the 1970s, Marion tied the knot with Stephen D. Pawlak in Middleborough. Following the conclusion of their marriage, she wed Raymond P. Seekell of Raynham. Stephen and Raymond both passed away before she did.

In the 1960s, Marion worked as a certified nursing assistant at the Colonial Cottage Nursing Home in Middleborough. In the 1970s, she was employed at the Woolworths Store, first working behind the counter where she served those wonderful ice cream sundaes and then working her way up to an office position at the Dedham location. Marion wore many hats. After getting sick of the trip, Marion got a job as a bookkeeper at B&H Auto in Middleborough. She then got a job at the Dorothy Egg Farm in the late 1980s. Both jobs were in the bookkeeping field.

Marion’s favorite pastimes and interests included bowling (she held the record for highest score at Lakeville Recreation), knitting and crocheting, playing scrabble, bingo, and slots, and playing the slots. She had a passion for gardening as well. Marion’s parents, brothers Kenneth L. Tubman Jr. and Earl Tubman, sisters Sally Marler and Lydia Francis, and son Charles R. Crowell all passed away before she did. Marion was the only surviving member of her immediate family.

Doris Cobb of Massachusetts and Elizabeth Sennett of Connecticut are Marion’s surviving sisters. Her children Kenneth E. Crowell, Jr. (Brenda Melville), William T. & Barbara (Fetherston) Crowell, Vicki & Rick Fleetwood of Middleborough, Larry & Barbara (Audette) Crowell of Fall River, Dawn & Charlene Crowell of Middleborough, as well as Charles’ partner Sandra McAssey, are among those who are grieving her passing. There are 11 grandkids, as well as a large number of great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren, who will carry on her legacy.