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Serena Sue Seacat

July 6, 1944 — April 17, 2024

Greensburg

Greensburg- Serena Sue Seacat, 79, died April 17, 2024, in Kiowa County Memorial Hospital, Greensburg, Kansas. She was born July 6, 1944, in Larned, Kansas, the daughter of Russell Henry and Lois Marian (Chronic) Seacat. Serena graduated from Greensburg High School in 1962, and attended Kansas State University, Business College at Denver, Colorado, and The Actors Studio in New York City. Serena appeared on television in "General Hospital, One Life to Live, Ryan's Hope and Beat The Clock". She has lived in Greensburg, Loveland and Denver, Colorado, New York City, New York, East Hampton, New York, returning to Greensburg in 2016 after she and George retired. Serena was a Theatre Arts Educator and Director for the East Hampton Schools and Resident Director / Performer for CTC Theatre Live. Serena performed on stage and directed over 100 plays and musicals. Her passions were her Family, tap dancing, her children's theatre program Dramarama, Cabaret Singing, writing poetry & fiction and cruising on Royal Caribbean with her husband George and classmate Barbara McElroy. She was a member of the Greensburg Methodist Church and the Screen Actors Guild. On February 8, 1983, Serena married George Ryan in Kona, Hawaii. She is survived by her devoted husband George and by her loving son Devin Hoelscher & Ellen Collins-Hoelscher, East Hampton, loving daughter Shannan McMahon & Life Partner Robert Block, Riverhead, New York, six Grandchildren; Taihe Hoelscher, Brody Hoelscher, wife Holly, Kiefer Hoelscher, Dr, Michael & Amanda Miller, James & Jen Miller, Tucker & Melissa Miller, eight Great-grandchildren; Aiden Hoelscher, Abby and Katie Miller, Hunter and Logan Miller, Neison, Juniper and Thoreau Miller; Nephew Kevin Heft, his wife Kim,Their children: Kelsey Ebert, husband Kellen Ebert, children Colston, Camden & Bretley; Lindsey Wright, husband Robbie Wright , children Hayes & Cade; Mackenzie Rowlett, husband Lawson, child Hadley Kay. Nephew Steve Heft, his wife Kristi and Their children: Riann Tyree, husband Trevor Tyree, children Sutter & Seiler; Aaron Heft, wife Ashton Heft; and daughter Raygan Heft: Niece Greta Seacat and Brother in law Thurn Hoffman. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters Sandra Seacat and Sherrell Heft, and a son-in-law Kenneth McMahon. She will forever be remembered for her eternal love for her family, quick wit, her artistic nature, altruism and her luminous spirit. Memorial Graveside services and Celebration of Serena’s life will be 10:00 a.m. Saturday, July 6, 2024, in Fairview Cemetery, Greensburg, with Rev. Dennis Irwin presiding. A time of fellowship will follow at the Greensburg Methodist Church, Greensburg. Memorials are suggested to the Kiowa County Memorial Hospital, the Twilight Theatre, and the Greensburg Methodist Church, all of Greensburg, in care of Fleener Funeral Home, PO Box 41, Greensburg, KS 67054.

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