Deborah Lynn (Hall) Seabock, 49, of New Hartford, beloved wife of Michael Seabock, died Sunday, January 3, 2021 at home surrounded by family. She was born May 5, 1971 in Hartford, daughter of David Chandler Hall of New Hartford and the late Harriet Lee (Enders) Hall and had lived in Torrington prior to moving to New Hartford. She was a graduate of Charter Oak State College, Class of 2001, having received her Bachelor’s Degree in Science. She was one of the first students to graduate from North Western Community-Technical College with an Associates in Science in Technological Studies in 1998. She was a member of PHI Theta Kappa. Deborah worked as a Customer Service Manager for Inertia Dynamics, New Hartford for several years and had previously worked at LIghtstat, Barkhamsted and Abbot Ball Co in West Hartford.
Debbie was a kind soul, whose heart was so much bigger than her small stature. She will be remembered for her fierce devotion to her girls and family, for her whacky sense of humor and her kind gestures to those in need. Debbie enjoyed camping, having returned to Lake Warmaug, New Preston for family camping trips for almost 20 years. She also loved vacationing at the Cape and the dunes of Provincetown and the wind in her face while riding her Harley.
In addition to her husband and father, Debbie is survived by her beloved daughters, Mackenzie and Kacie Sonnenberg, both of New Hartford; her step-son, Levi Seabock of New Hartford; her siblings, Cheryl Jensen and husband Scott of New Hartford, David Hall and wife Elaine of Torrington, Richard Hall and wife Nona of Torrington and Kristoffer Hall of New Hartford. Debbie was a special aunt to nieces and nephews, Shannon Christensen and husband Jeff, Clayton Jensen, Chad Jensen, Morgan Jensen, Maegan Hall, David Hall, III, Shandra Droher, Jonathon Hall, Jessica Hall, Kristoffer Hall, Kerriana Hall, Riley Christensen, Dylan Christensen, Liam Jensen, Olivia Jensen and Hope Hall.
Our family would like to recognize and thank the entire team at the Hartford Healthcare Cancer Institute in New Britain with special thanks to Dr. Brian Byrne and Debbie’s wonderful nurse Ashley.
At this time, services are private. A celebration of life to include extended family, friends and co-workers is to be planned for a time when weather permits outdoor gathering. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the CT Breast Health Initiative, 185 Main Street, New Britain, CT 06051. The Vincent Funeral Home of Canton is caring for the arrangements. Please visit Debbie’s “Book of Memories” at www.vincentfuneralhome.com for online tributes.