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Starlet Lynn Seman
June 7, 1958 ~ November 17, 2023 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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Starlet Lynn Seman (née Moses), 65, died November 17, 2023 after a lengthy illness.
Star was the only daughter of Charles and Elaine Moses, now of Vandalia, Ohio. Star’s two younger brothers, Chuck (Amy) and Forest (Amy), cared for her deeply. She also leaves behind many nieces and nephews and several fur grandchildren.
Star graduated from Avon Lake High School in 1976 and thereafter attended Bowling Green State University and Bauder Fashion College in Atlanta. During college, she was a swimsuit model, which she would often tell those who inquired—and many who didn’t. She thereafter began a career as a blueprints technician at Heil Process.
Star was 20 years old when she met her future husband Tim Seman at work. Their first date was September 30, 1978. He asked her to marry him that night—another one of her favorite stories and married five years later. On October 1, 2023, Star and Tim celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary.
Star’s career was nontraditional—she spent time working as an interior designer, executive secretary, and even (in later years) in the Carlisle Township Zoning Department. She was passionate about anything she did. But by far her most important vocation was raising her two daughters, Taylor (now 34 and married to Jason Stewart) and Madison Davila (now 32 and married to Justin Davila). Star put her heart and soul into their development and put her own career and desires on hold to do it. Star adored her girls.
Star loved dancing, Flavia Weedn art, creative projects, thrift shopping, Big Lots, talking on the phone, romance novels, and People magazine. She was smart, fastidious about housekeeping, and a sweets fiend—Reese’s cups and Girl Scout cookies were never safe around Star. She despised the color pink, sweet potatoes, and wooden furniture. She enjoyed connecting with new people; she would not let you leave her home until she had given you a full reading of your astrological sign and delivered an excerpt from her favorite “birthday book.”
Star’s family will receive friends and family at home Friday, November 24, 2023 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
We lost you too soon, but we love you to the moon and back and hope you’re dancing in heaven.