His broken body is now anew, and he is able to breathe in the sweet smell of Heaven.
Daniel Lee Seeberger, 73, departed his earthly life on June 22, 2020 at his home in Hobbs, NM. He was born September 18, 1946 in Medford, OR. to Victor and Dellene Seeberger. Dan was a Christian by faith and attended the Episcopalian Church in his early life where he was an altar boy.
Dan grew up in the San Francisco Bay area and eventually returned to Medford where he graduated high school. In 1966, he joined the Navy and proudly served his country during the Vietnam conflict as a Navy Seal until he was honorably discharged in 1970. A few years after completing his military service, he moved to New Mexico to pursue better job opportunities. He worked at GTE where he met his wife to be, Pam Cates. Pam and Dan where married on August 03, 1979 at Temple Baptist Church and were blessed to spend the next 40 years together. Dan worked mostly for himself during these years providing telephone sales and services which earned him the infamous title of Dan the Foneman. He loved working with the public and missed (and worried about) his clients tremendously over the last few months while he was so ill.
In past years, Dan enjoyed building and flying radio-controlled airplanes and hunting. He also enjoyed frequent coffee breaks and visits with his buddies every chance he got. Dan truly never met a stranger. He lived a simple life and loved animals.
Dan is survived by his wife, Pam of Hobbs, sons Dan II (Rosemarie) of Grants Pass, OR. and Jobe (Amanda) of Tulsa, OK., daughter Lauri Horton (Steve) of Southlake, TX., sister Vicki Littrell of Medford, OR., three grandchildren, a nephew and two nieces. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Steve.