Arthur G. Seymour, Jr. (Sign Guestbook)

Arthur Seymour Jr., age 74 passed away on March 11, 2019. Services will be held 3:00pm on Friday, April 5, 2019 at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral. An obituary will be published at a later date, closer to the service. Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel is honored to serve the Seymour family and invites you to view and sign the online registry below.

26 guestbook entries for “Arthur G. Seymour, Jr.”:

  1. James A.H. Bell says:

    We offer our deepest sympathies to the family. Arthur was a good friend. This community will miss him for many years. We pray the family finds peace and comfort during this difficult time.

  2. Karen and Sid Taylor says:

    Dearest Susan, I am still right here for whatever you need or want. I am here for you, even if you need nothing, or just want an ear to listen or someone to sit quietly in the room with you. I can be there in less than one minute.

    Sid and I will miss Arthur’s comforting presence and we will really miss being able to call out to him just across the yard. We miss him already, just knowing he is not there.

    We love you and are praying for you, my friend!

  3. Mark williamson says:

    A good man. A man of great integrity who was honorable and could always be trusted. He will be missed.

  4. Joel Piper says:

    Arthur was an incredible attorney but an even better person. I am so saddened and shocked by this news. He helped us at a critical time for our business and we are very grateful for the lunches we shared together. When you hired Arthur you knew you hired the best. He was an advocate without compare. Prayers for the family during this difficult time.

  5. Steve Webb says:

    Arthur was such a great guy he will be missed by all

  6. Art & Cammie Catr says:

    Arthur will be missed by many, many people. Our condolences to the family.

  7. robert moyers says:

    I’m sorry for your loss.

  8. Terry Basista says:

    Arthur was a superb attorney and a fine gentleman. And, a really great nice guy. He will be missed.

  9. Lucian M Abernathy says:

    Arthur’s curiosity, humor and optimism were highly contagious and shared with all.

  10. Joe and Posey Congleton says:

    Posey and I tender our condolences to Susan and our sympathy to his family. Arthur was born a lawyer and was a man blessed with a keen mind, a wonderful sense of humor and very special lady in Susan. As a lawyer and a human being he was in select group of the finest people we have ever known.

  11. Wendell Moore says:

    My deepest sympathy to Arthur’s family and friends. The few times I had the pleasure of sharing his company will always be treasured.

  12. Robin Joyce says:

    Arthur was a great guy. He made me laugh regularly. I will miss dealing/working with him. He was a giant among the legal community and was truly an honor to know him. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Take comfort in the fact that you will have an angel watching over you.

  13. Patti Smith says:

    The only true Southern Gentleman I have ever known.

  14. Letty Anderson says:

    Susan and family. I am so sorry to hear about Arthur. I have known him since we moved in next door to the Seymours in 1963. He will be so missed by everyone who knew him. Such a great guy. Prayers for you all.

  15. Judy Pinkston McCarthy says:

    A gentlemen and a scholar. He will be missed by all who knew him.

  16. Ben and Bonnie Williamson says:

    Our dear, sweet, funny, perfect southern gentleman friend will be greatly missed. Love and prayers to his family and our dear lovely friend Susan.

  17. Donna Hannah says:

    Rest In Peace Arthur and deepest sympathy for the family. He was always so friendly and down to earth. He will be missed!

  18. Sen. Ken Yager says:

    How sorry I am to learn of Arthur’s death. He and I got to know one another when I practiced law in the seventies and eighties. He was the consummate attorney with a passion for the law and doing the right thing. Later, when I got into politics, he was always good to support me. Arthur is a rock of integrity who will be missed. I am glad to have known him. God bless you.

  19. Joe O'Brien says:

    With deepest sympathy for the family. It was an honor and privilege to have known him.

  20. Paul and Linda Mingie says:

    Susan, Was so sorry to hear of Arthur’s passing. Thoughts and prayers are with you and family.

  21. Darryl Smith says:

    Arthur was a true gentleman, and will be sorely missed by everyone who had the honor of knowing him.

  22. Oliver Smith says:

    Arthur was a man of great integrity and will be sorely missed by our family. He was an integral part of my career as a real estate professional and a wonderful mentor to me and others. His contagious positive attitude was something that we can all strive to obtain.

  23. Oliver Smith iv says:

    Arthur was a man of great integrity and will be sorely missed by our family. He was an integral part of my career as a real estate professional and a wonderful mentor to me and others. His contagious positive attitude was something that we can all strive to obtain.

  24. Joseph Smallman says:

    Katherine and I, along with all of our children, are so sad about Arthur’s passing. He was the best cousin a man could have, a brillant lawyer and the quintessential southern gentleman. Susan, our deepest condolences to you.

  25. Frank Cagle says:

    Knoxville has suffered a great loss and we mourn Arthur’s passing.

  26. Scott Bishop says:

    Knoxville is poorer for Arthur’s passing. He was a credit to his profession, a real gentleman, and a joy to know.
    Susan—if there is anything we can do for you, please let us know.

    Scott Bishop and Tim Bridges

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