Gerald Dean Segebartt, a 50-year resident of the area, died July 16, 2015, at his home. He was 80.
He was born April 15, 1935, in Montrose, Colo. A member of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, he retired from Boeing after 40 years of employment.
He is survived by sons Richard D. Segebartt of Auburn and Robert D. Segebartt of Orting; daughter Susan B. Segebartt of Santa Paula, Calif.; brothers Duane A. Segebartt of Auburn; sisters Anne N. Withers of Dayton, Wash., and Lila M. Anderson of Southport, N.C.; and five grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by wife Waltraud Oetzel in 1983.
A private service took place. Arrangements were by Klontz Funeral Home and Cremation.
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