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Nicholas F. Seymour Jr., 90

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He leaves his children and their spouses, Gerald N. and Marlene Seymour, Judith A. Johnson, Nicholas F. III and Theresa Seymour, Ellen and John Hehir, Brenda Seymour, and Thomas J. Seymour and Susan Cummings; his sister, Frances Seymour Fahey; 11 grandchildren; and eight greatgrandchildren.

Born in East Boston, the son of the late Nicholas F. and Elizabeth (Ford) Seymour Sr., he lived most of his life in Marlborough, moving to Osterville for 22 years after his retirement before returning home to Marlborough several years ago. He was a U.S. Army Veteran of World War II and was a recipient of the Purple Heart.

Mr. Seymour owned and operated the Wildwood Restaurant for many years and it is still in the family today. He was a longtime member of the Immaculate Conception Church and the Knights of Columbus.

A funeral service was held Oct. 23 from the Immaculate Conception Church of Marlborough, with burial at Evergreen Cemetery. The John P. Rowe Funeral Home of Marlborough assisted with arrangements.

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