Judith Mary Van Hove
May 21, 1947 — March 18, 2021
A funeral service for Judith Van Hove was held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, March 25, at Ramsey Reformed Church, Titonka. Visitation was one hour prior to the service. Social distancing practices were followed, and masks were required. Services were livestreamed on Oakcrest Funeral Services’ Facebook page: facebook.com/oakcrestfuneralservices. Condolences and memorials can be sent to April Eimers, 638 Julissa Drive, Peosta, IA 52068.
Judith Mary (Seaberg) Van Hove, 73, of Buffalo Center, died March 18, 2021, in Midlothian, Texas, surrounded by her family and the love of her life after a courageous battle with cancer.
Judy was born on May 21, 1947, in Algona, to George and Gladys (McElmurray) Seaberg. Judy graduated from Titonka High School in 1965. After graduating, she married her high school sweetheart Robert Van Hove on Sept. 25, 1965, in Wesley. Together they raised three children, Rick, April and Matthew.
Judy was very active in the Ramsey Reformed Church and the local chapter of the Christian Women’s Club. She enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren and cherished the quiet, country life. Some of her favorite moments were spent with family on the front porch swing.
Those left to cherish her memory are her husband, Robert of Buffalo Center; children: Rick (Candi) Van Hove of Midlothian, Texas, and their children Taylor (Tim), Austin, Aaron (Kalie), Mason and Addison; April (Wendell) Eimers of Peosta and their children, Courtney, Lindsey and Kacey; and Matthew (Ida) Van Hove of Minnetonka, Minn., and their children Madelyn and Sophia and four great-grandchildren Hadley, Hayden, Maverick and Bayler; brothers, David Seaberg of Osprey, Fla., and Phillip (Jane) Seaberg of Klemme; and sisters-in-law, Karen Folkerts of Titonka, Leona Van Hove of Buffalo Center and Marlene Van Hove of Spirit Lake.
She was proceeded in death by her infant daughter, Jennifer Judith Van Hove; parents, George and Gladys Seaberg; brother, Dwight Seaberg; sisters-in-law, Virginia Seaberg and Ann Seaberg; and brothers-in-law, Keith Van Hove, Carroll Van Hove and Ronald Folkerts. Online condolences may be left at www.oakcrestfuneralservices.com.