This Memorial Page Established by-Dave Seamans
In Honor Of  Pfc. Timothy J. Seamans
We will always hold Josh and his family in our hearts and prayers.  He will forever be
remembered as a true hero.  Our prayers are always with you and the family.  It has been a
true blessing meeting and getting to know all of you.  I will forever cherish our friendship.

Dave Seamans
Gold Star Dad

March 30, 2014
James Scott
Hey Brother,
It's been almost ten years since our time together at Knox.  You aren't forgotten.
SSG James Scott

September 30, 2011
SGT Justin Brown
In Honor Of PFC Timothy Seamans
In the Army, we train. We prepare. We hone our skills and put our full faith and trust into our
fellow Soldiers. It is the only way we survive. By remembering and honoring those Soldiers
who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom we ensure they live on forever. I did not
know PFC Seamans, but we come from the same hometown. I was born and raised in
Jacksonville Florida, enlisted as a Private in May 2005, and was in AIT when PFC Seamans
lost his life. Now, 6 years later I am an NCO in the United States Army and have made it a
point to ensure my Soldiers remember those who have served before them. I instructed my
troops to pick a Soldier from the Warrior's Walk here at Ft Stewart and to learn as much about
them as possible to honor the Soldier and their families. Later today at 1400, our small squad
of Soldiers will walk the Warrior's Walk and render honors in dedication and reverence to
those Fallen Soldiers. I picked your Son because while I was learning how to be a Soldier, he
was fighting. He was ensuring that I had an opportunity to choose to be a Soldier, enlist, and
eventually deploy for 15 months to Iraq. I offer my condolences for your loss, and I salute
Private First Class Timothy Seamans for making it possible for every American to live in a
free country.

Very Respectfully;

Justin Brown
SGT, U.S. Army
68X Behavioral Health NCO
Soldier Resiliency Center

Combat Disabled Veteran:
Camp Bucca; Iraq
Pfc. Timothy J. Seamans
United States Army
KIA 18 Aug 2005, Iraq
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20, of Jacksonville, Fla.; assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 69th Armor Regiment, 1st Brigade
Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Ga.; killed Aug. 18 when an improvised
explosive device detonated near his Humvee following a mine-assessment mission in
Samarra, Iraq.