Stephen Ray Seymour

Born on December 9, 1958

Departed on July 18, 2020 and resided in West Nashville, TN

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Reverend Stephen Ray Seymour- Age 61 years, entered in the arms of his loving Savior on Saturday, July 18, 2020, at his residence. Stephen was well known and cherished in the West Nashville community.

He was born on December 9, 1958, in Abbeville, South Carolina. He attended Lee University. Stephen was the owner of Unforgettable Ceremonies in Nashville. Over the years, Stephen ministered to hundreds of families in the funeral industry, and more recently, performing weddings for couples all across Middle Tennessee. He will never know the amount of lives he touched here on earth.

He is survived by his two sons, Lance and Josh Seymour; several extended family members and friends.

Per Stephen's request, there will be no public services held. Go do something kind to someone today in his memory.

7 Comments to Rev. Stephen Ray Seymour

  1. Sherry Downing says:

    So sorry for your loss. Stephen was a great friend and will be missed by all that new him.

  2. Linda Martin Meador says:

    So sorry For your loss. I dearly loved Stephen. He Has been a friend for many years. I hope you will find peace and comfort in knowing that he was loved and will be missed by many.

  3. Linda G. jones says:

    Stephen. You went before me and that wasn’t supposed to happen. Now who do I get to take care of me. I love and miss you very much. Save me a seat brother.
    I shouldn’t be very far behind you..

  4. Judith Redmond says:

    Stephen made such an impact, on the Redmond family, when our mother Bessie Redmond passed away December 31st, 2003. When we needed kindness, soft spoken words and a genuine smile; Stephen and the West Harpeth Staff were the ones to comfort our family. Stephen provided his first attempt of processing the video and it was beautiful. What a beautiful soul, beautiful person and he will be missed by many. Rest In Peace Stephen!

  5. Petesy Godwin says:

    I’m lost for words. Such a great guy. Prayers for you all.

  6. Pauline Newsome says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I was just googling Mr. Seymour who married me and my husband in October 2012. I spoke to him earlier this year and he was going to do our ceremony to renew our vows. I googled him to seek marriage counseling and I am shocked to see this. He was an amazing man. And will be missed by many. May God be with his family. Rest easy in heaven Mr. Seymour.
    The Newsome family

  7. Kristie Bayne Cox says:

    So sorry for your lose Stephen was a very dear friend of ours we loved him dearly. When my 15 year old son Anthony Brinkley died Stephan was there for us the whole step of the way and to be honest it made things alot easier he was a man that truly loved and believed in God. And he would just sit and hold my hand while we cried. Amazing man he was. But he knew one day he would be home thats one thing he told me was he knew he would go home one day. I hate that you guys are hurting so bad because if anyone knew Stephan we knew he would go home to heaven one day like we all hope to do one day and we will see him again he told me. God Bless your family and I’m so sorry for your lose. Such a wonderful man.

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