November 20, 1958 - April 30, 2023
Paul K. Seebach, age 64, of Elko New Market, died unexpectedly at his home on Sunday, April 30, 2023. Paul was born on November 20, 1958 in Robbinsdale to Kenneth J. and Delores (Golden) Seebach. He grew up in Anoka and graduated from Anoka High School. Paul met a young woman at work and they immediately meshed! He married Morena Meza on September 27, 1997 in Apple Valley, MN. Paul worked as a Production Manager at Quality Tool, Inc. He was a quiet man who loved the outdoors. He loved animals and would take great pains to save even the smallest of God’s creatures, even mice and snakes. He enjoyed fire arms, shooting at rifle ranges and being outdoors on his ATV. In his spare time, Paul loved 80’s music and playing the guitar. His sister-in-law’s chocolate chip cookies could always bring a smile – they were a favorite.
Paul is survived by his wife of 26 years, Morena Seebach of Elko New Market; daughters, Karla Andrea Seebach of Minneapolis, Erika (Brian) Flaspeter of Cambridge, MN & Jessica (James) Schnickels of Athens, MN; 6 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; mother-in-law Marina Meza; brother, Phillip (Robin) Seebach of Pennington, MN; sisters-in-law, Rosario Johnson of Los Angeles, CA, Cecy (Brian) Wiltkowski of St. Louis, MO, Jacqueline Meza of San Diego, CA. He is preceded in death by his parents.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held Monday, May 8, 2023 at 12:30 PM at Bruzek Funeral Home in New Prague with Pastor Paul Stilwell officiating. Visitation will take place from 10 AM – 12:30 PM. Burial will follow at West Oak Grove Cemetery in Oak Grove, MN.
Paul’s influence on many of us at Quality Tool will live forever. Paul was a great asset to Quality Tool and all of his associates. We’ll all miss him. Morena and family, please accept my condolences.
I first met Paul 14 years ago and we worked every day sharing our mutual interests along the way and building a mutual respect while having more conversations than can possibly be recalled. Paul was dedicated to doing the right thing each and every time and always made room for everyone with questions and issues. My deepest condolences to Morena and Paul’s entire family. His absence is deeply felt here. I am eternally grateful for the time and lessons.
Paul was a wonderful employee, and better friend, over his 17+ years at Quality Tool. During his time here, among other things, he was our production software guru who everyone turned to with the myriad questions of “How do I do this Paul”. He always helped, despite the frustration we knew he felt (and occasionally expressed) that none of us ever got it as well as our beloved “Professor Paul”. Over the years, he took on difficult reporting duties that required learning new skills. He may have complained a time or two, but always delivered. As the years went on,… Read more »