Ross A. Seaborn

By From page A4 | April 03, 2013


Dec. 2, 1970 — March 21, 2013

Ross Alan Seaborn was born Dec. 2, 1970, in Detroit. He was one of three children born to the union of Louis and Alma Seaborn. His father and older brother, Dana, preceded Ross in completing life.

Ross was raised in Detroit until 1985 and then he moved to Arlington Heights, Ill., with his mother. He graduated from Rolling Meadows High School in 1988. He entered the U.S. Air Force on Jan. 12, 1990. He served for 22 years as an aerospace maintenance craftsman before retiring Sept. 27, 2012. After retiring from the Air Force, Ross was employed as the shop manager at Young’s Cycle Performance and attended Wyotech full-time to earn a degree in motorcycle technology.

On June 25, 1994, Ross married Aimee Anne Ortiz. Together they had five beautiful children.

Throughout his Air Force career, Ross was concerned that young airmen who were purchasing motorcycles were too inexperienced to ride. He was selected to head up Edwards Air Force Base’s Motorcycle Safety Program and authored the Air Force instruction book on motorcycle safety. After being stationed to Travis Air Force Base, Ross became the motorcycle safety representative for his squadron.

Ross leaves his wife; his children, Karina, Ross Anthony, Angelo, Tariq and Lorenzo; his mother; his brother, Rodney; and numerous other family members and friends.

The viewing is from 9 to 11 a.m. and the service is from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Thursday, April 4, at Liberty Christian Center, 2641 N. Texas St., Fairfield.

Burial will follow at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery in Dixon. A repast will then take place at Liberty Christian Center.


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  • Daniel Ortiz JRApril 04, 2013 - 1:35 am

    I love u bro! Always.

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    forever! see u in heaven

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