Industry Veteran Seely Dies PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Monday, 11 February 2013 16:41

FREMONT, NE – Glenn L. Seely, 56, died Feb. 6 in Omaha after a two-year fight with cancer.


Seely worked in the electronics industry for the majority of his career, most recently as an associate of Southwest Systems Technology. He also held positions as sales and marketing manager at Austin American Technology, and was president of Alandra Services, a manufacturer's rep company he founded with his wife, Christine.

He was diagnosed with melanoma, a type of skin cancer, in late 2010.

A memorial for Seely was held in Nebraska Feb. 9 and another will be held Feb. 17 in Lago Vista, TX.

He is survived by his wife Christine and eight-year-old daughter Jessa, as well three daughters from a previous marriage (Tara, 19; Erin, 21; Toni, 24) and numerous other family members.

A memorial account has been set up for Glenn’s family and to help defray medical costs:

Seely Family Memorial Fund
Fremont National Bank & Trust
152 E 6th
Fremont, NE 68025
Mandy Petersen - Banker

To view his obituary, visit

Last Updated on Monday, 11 February 2013 18:08


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