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Peter Seppala

April 10, 1944 — June 22, 2023

Weymouth

Peter Seppala passed away unexpectedly on June 22, 2023. He is survived by his six children: Peter Albert Seppala, Jr. of Abington, MA; Michael Ian Seppala of Bradenton, FL; Charles Edward Seppala and his wife Lara of Weymouth, MA; Charles P. Seppala of Rochester, NH; Donna (Seppala) Moriarty and her partner Ronald J. Babineau Jr. of Royalston, MA; and Ann (Seppala) Cameron of Chicago, IL. He is predeceased by his wife Sally (Rupert) Seppala; his brother Charles Seppala; his mother Anna Lillian (Vanner) Seppala; his father Otto Rudolph Seppala; and his grandson Jayson Matthew Cameron.
 
Peter was born in Quincy, MA on April 10, 1944 and graduated from Quincy High School. He married Sally in 1975 and settled in Germantown in 1980. Over the years, Peter would hold Christmas parties at St. Boniface Church for the children of Germantown and he would help with events in the community during other holidays as well. 
 
Peter started the Seaside Advocacy Group food pantry in the Germantown neighborhood to help the low income residents of Ward 1 receive much needed food necessities. Peter loved volunteering his time to help the community in need whenever he could. 
 
Peter will be dearly missed by all, but will especially be missed by his grandchildren: Sean, Charles Jr., David, Matthew, Emily, Peter, Joshua, Katie, Taylor, Savannah, Damien, Brandon, Joey, and Dakota. In total, Peter had 29 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. 
 
Peter requested not to have a funeral or services. In lieu of flowers, we ask that any donations be made to a local charity of your choice. 
 
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