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A posthumous Meritorious Service Medal was presented to the family of Tech. Sgt. Robert Seaver

A posthumous Meritorious Service Medal was presented to the family of Tech. Sgt. Robert Seaver on June 5, 2011. Tech. Sgt. Seaver’s wife, Fusako and their son, Takuya “TK” were presented with the medal after Master Sgt. Edward Veneto of the 101st Intelligence Squadron read the order. 

Tech. Sgt. Seaver suddenly passed away on Feb. 17, 2011 at Beth Israel at the age of 39. He was the devoted father of Takuya of Plymouth and the son of Pamela Seaver of Melbourne, Fla., and the late Kenneth L. Seaver. Bob made a name for himself in short order by graduating from Special Signals Intelligence School with honors and then quickly certifying in his weapons system position. He was a 19-year military veteran with vast experience across both the Navy and the Air Force.

Pictured from left to right: Col. James LeFavor, Takuya Seaver, Mrs. Fusako Seaver, Master Sgt. Kevin Greeson, and Master Sgt. Edward Veneto. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole)

A posthumous Meritorious Service Medal was presented to the family of Tech. Sgt. Robert Seaver on June 5, 2011. Tech. Sgt. Seaver’s wife, Fusako and their son, Takuya “TK” were presented with the medal after Master Sgt. Edward Veneto of the 101st Intelligence Squadron read the order. Tech. Sgt. Seaver suddenly passed away on Feb. 17, 2011 at Beth Israel at the age of 39. He was the devoted father of Takuya of Plymouth and the son of Pamela Seaver of Melbourne, Fla., and the late Kenneth L. Seaver. Bob made a name for himself in short order by graduating from Special Signals Intelligence School with honors and then quickly certifying in his weapons system position. He was a 19-year military veteran with vast experience across both the Navy and the Air Force. Pictured from left to right: Col. James LeFavor, Takuya Seaver, Mrs. Fusako Seaver, Master Sgt. Kevin Greeson, and Master Sgt. Edward Veneto. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole)

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass. -- A posthumous Meritorious Service Medal was presented to the family of Tech. Sgt. Robert Seaver on June 5, 2011. Tech. Sgt. Seaver's wife, Fusako and their son, Takuya "TK" were presented with the medal after Master Sgt. Edward Veneto of the 101st Intelligence Squadron read the order.

Tech. Sgt. Seaver suddenly passed away on Feb. 17, 2011 at Beth Israel at the age of 39. He was the devoted father of Takuya of Plymouth and the son of Pamela Seaver of Melbourne, Fla., and the late Kenneth L. Seaver. Bob made a name for himself in short order by graduating from Special Signals Intelligence School with honors and then quickly certifying in his weapons system position. He was a 19-year military veteran with vast experience across both the Navy and the Air Force.