David Seariac, 63, Owner Bishop Trucking
FRAMINGHAM – David Seariac, 63, died peacefully at Brigham and Women’s Hospital on May 12, 2021 after a long battle with MDS and declining health.
Dave was born in Framingham on October 2, 1957. He was the son of the late Raymond and Virginia (Camille) Seariac. He was a 1975 graduate of Keefe Technical School.
Dave was operator/owner of Bishop Trucking Inc. in Marlboro, for over 40 years. He was a skilled equipment operator and most recently worked for Ellingwood Construction.
Dave’s greatest pride and joy were his children. He is survived by his cherished son Anthony (Tony) Seariac and wife Ilana of Holliston, his devoted daughter Jacqueline (Jacqui) Villa and husband Dom of Holliston, and his adored son, Christian Seariac of Framingham. He leaves behind his loving grandchildren, Luke and Jack Seariac, David, Ayla and Abby Villa. He is also survived by his loving partner, Carol Bradley.
He will forever be missed by his siblings, Deborah Harney of Marlboro, Raymond Seariac, Jr. and Jean Seariac of Framingham and Peter Seariac and his wife Suzanne of CA. He was predeceased by his brother Joseph who died as an infant. He also leaves behind several loved cousins, nieces and nephews, as well as many close friends.
Dave was happiest when attending one of his children’s or grandchildren’s sporting events. He rarely missed watching a Bruins game and was a Red Sox and Patriots fan. In his downtime, you could find Dave sitting on the beaches of Wells, ME or Hampton, NH, unwinding in air conditioning with a cold beer, or helping out a friend. He was well read in WWII and Civil War novels.
Dave had a great passion for music. Some of his favorite times were spent listening to and sharing his personal catalogue with his beloved family and MANY friends. He was gifted at selecting lyrics from his favorite songs and reminiscing. Sometimes offering his interpretations of songs and lyrics as guidance through life’s obstacles. (Time, Let It Bleed)
When he was at his best, he was a calming presence. Dave was relatable and would seldom hesitate to find just the right thing to say. His no nonsense advice, opinions and views will be missed by all who knew him. Dave loved to share his experiences and stories, many of which were truly amazing. Dave liked to help people smile and feel good, he was loved by many.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Thursday, June 3 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Framingham Elks located at 450 Union Ave. Covid guidelines will be observed.
Donations in Dave’s memory may be made to the Framingham Heart Study, 73 Mt. Wayte Ave., Framingham, MA 01701.