- August 10, 1956 - August 7, 2012
- Plano, Texas
of Seihak's Passing
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Message from the Family
Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Please enhance this tribute to Seihak by adding your memories and photos. In Lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to P. Sok at 1721 Walters Dr. Plano, Tx 75023.
Arrangements made by
Restland Funeral Home and Cemetery
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I've known Seihak since the late 90's where we met at DRS. I'll always remember the many chats we shared about life, travels, and everything under the sun. Many times when traveling to DRS Sheihak would be the first to greet me with a smile that stretched from ear-to-ear. He will truly be missed.
My deepest sympathies are extended to Pinn, his children, and extended family and friends.
Posted by: Randy Ellsworth - Buda, TX - Coworker Aug 13, 2012
While working at DRS, Seihak was one of the nicest guys I knew there. He was very friendly and I talked to him whenever I could. We would talk about his family, his job, and one of his favorite topics, the Cowboys. He was a good man.
I offer my deepest sympathies to his family.
Posted by: Randy Lee - Carrollton,, TX - Acquaintance Aug 12, 2012
From the previously posted comments from Seihak’s friends and co-workers, it is obvious he was viewed much the same by all of us.
Seihak was quick to meet everyone and make his or her acquaintance.
Upon first meeting Seihak, one could instantly tell that he was an outgoing and very friendly person. I only met him 4 times at various Khen family events (graduation, baby shower, birthdays, wedding) over the last 10 years.
Each time we met, Seihak made it a point to
Posted by: Dennis Uzzell - Dallas, TX - Casual acquaintance Aug 12, 2012
Even though I've known Seihak for many years at work, my most vivid memories of this great man will always be from the times we crossed paths away from work. Seihak was so fun loving with that great smile making him a pleasure to be around. His advice to me was simply to enjoy the moment and have fun in life, which I know he did. My heartfelt condolences go out to all of those who love and miss him
Posted by: Dale Hrncirik - ALLEN, TX - Friend/ Co-worker Aug 11, 2012
There isn't a moment that goes by that you aren't in my mind and heart. I have so many wonderful memories of you that it's hard to pick a favorite. I miss you dearly and I love you with all of my heart.
Posted by: Monica - niece Aug 10, 2012
I have been thinking of Seihak often and cannot believe he has passed. He was a great man to know. I was always imspired by the love he shared with Pinn. Looking at the two of them showed me true love and connections like that are one in a million.
Just the other day I was thinking about some funny stuff Seihak would always say to me and it brought me to laughing out loud.He always knew how to brighten someone's day.
I will continue to pray for the entire family and send my deepest sympathy to you all.
Posted by: Amber Capps-Moore - Mesquite, TX - Co-worker Aug 10, 2012
Our condolences to all the family. We both thought a lot of Seihak, he was always fun to talk to. He will remain in our memories.
Posted by: Gary & Millicent Faulkner - McKinney, TX - friend Aug 09, 2012
Seihak was a joy to work along side. He is missed. He called me a couple weeks ago to thank me for my friendship. I will always remember the conversation. With a heavy heart.
Posted by: Cora Fletcher - Garland, TX - Co-Worker Aug 09, 2012
I have know Seihak since the late eighties. He was a good friendly person, who was never a stranger to anyone. I enjoyed talking to him, laughing with him and letting him tell me stories of his native land, plus his 1st years in America. How he met his wife Pinn and their journey in life. He will be greatly missed. May his candle always burn brightly.
my deepest condolence to the family
Posted by: Jenny Moore - TX - co-worker and friend Aug 09, 2012