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Ricardo Sease, 75, of San Tan Valley, AZ, passed away suddenly Friday, February 12, 2021 in his home.

Ricardo was born October 14, 1945 in Philadelphia, PA to Calhoun Sease and Evelyn Sease. He graduated from John Bartram High School on June 18th, 1963. He enlisted in the Air Force from September 13th, 1963 to September 12th, 1969. He then started his 23-year career with the Philadelphia Police Department from November 9th, 1970 to July 22nd, 1994. While working full-time he enrolled at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and graduated with a Bachelor of Science on September 15th, 1980. He married his long-time love Deborah Sease on August 1st, 1992.

He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. Once retired he began a business with his wife Deborah, making stained glass and jewelry. They enjoyed traveling to trade shows all over the country for several years showing their hand-made merchandise. In 2004, they settled in the Phoenix, Arizona area.

He enjoyed traveling with Deborah on cruises and visiting family and friends. He loved telling stories from his time in the Air Force and in the police department. He truly enjoyed keeping in touch with his family and friends, old and new, and was always willing to widen his circle of loved ones.

He is survived by his wife, Deborah Sease, his daughters Pamela (husband Craig), Keara (husband Sean), and Michelle-Nicholle (husband Jeff), grandchildren Jabari, Hannah, Xa, Paxton, Rivers and Ze, and a host of family and friends.

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  1. Terri Harris says:

    Rest well Uncle Sease. I will always treasure our conversation in October. He was my mom’s little brother and they truly made us all family. He’s an angel with my mom now. Praying for your hearts to heal Aunt Deborah, Keara, Pamela, and Michelle-Nicholle.

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Ricardo Sease, 75, of San Tan Valley, AZ, passed away suddenly Friday, February 12, 2021 in his home.

Ricardo was born October 14, 1945 in Philadelphia, PA to Calhoun Sease and Evelyn Sease. He graduated from John Bartram High School on June 18th, 1963. He enlisted in the Air Force from September 13th, 1963 to September 12th, 1969. He then started his 23-year career with the Philadelphia Police Department from November 9th, 1970 to July 22nd, 1994. While working full-time he enrolled at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and graduated with a Bachelor of Science on September 15th, 1980. He married his long-time love Deborah Sease on August 1st, 1992.

He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. Once retired he began a business with his wife Deborah, making stained glass and jewelry. They enjoyed traveling to trade shows all over the country for several years showing their hand-made merchandise. In 2004, they settled in the Phoenix, Arizona area.

He enjoyed traveling with Deborah on cruises and visiting family and friends. He loved telling stories from his time in the Air Force and in the police department. He truly enjoyed keeping in touch with his family and friends, old and new, and was always willing to widen his circle of loved ones.

He is survived by his wife, Deborah Sease, his daughters Pamela (husband Craig), Keara (husband Sean), and Michelle-Nicholle (husband Jeff), grandchildren Jabari, Hannah, Xa, Paxton, Rivers and Ze, and a host of family and friends.

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  1. Terri Harris says:

    Rest well Uncle Sease. I will always treasure our conversation in October. He was my mom’s little brother and they truly made us all family. He’s an angel with my mom now. Praying for your hearts to heal Aunt Deborah, Keara, Pamela, and Michelle-Nicholle.

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