Chelsea Dye has passed away suddenly on the 28th of September 2021. She died at the tender age of 28.
The cause of her death is yet to be posted to the public.
Chelsea was born on Wednesday, March 24, 1993, at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was the lovely daughter of Terry Dean and Angela Suzanne Dye.
Chelsea was raised in Jackson and was a proud graduate of the Jackson High School Class of 2011. She played softball and was a cheerleader while attending school and loved being voted “Loudest/Biggest Mouth” of her senior class.
Chelsea attended Southeast Missouri State University. She worked recently as human resources manager for Atlas Molding’s Fredericktown, Missouri, where she used that big voice and big heart to ensure her employees were well taken care of.
Chelsea and her fiance Matt were to be married on Oct. 9, 2021, and she was over the moon at planning the wedding and being Matt’s bride.
She was preceded in death by her Grampy, Herman Wiedefeld, who greeted her with his open arms alongside Jesus.
Chelsea is survived by her fiance, Matt Ulrich of Marble Hill, Missouri; her father and stepmother, Terry and Vicki Dye; her mother and stepfather, Angie and Mike Seabaugh of Jackson; four sisters and their families, Kyleigh and Curtis and Hattie Felker of Cape Girardeau; Taylor and Brock Long of Lake City, Arkansas; Paige Seabaugh and Lane Criddle of Jackson; and Emma Mahonen of Finland; her grandparents, Jerry and Sue Dye of Kennett, Missouri; Lavern Wachter of Jackson; and Virginia Wiedefeld of Cape Girardeau; future in-laws, Bob and Lori Ulrich of Shawneetown and their daughter, Bridgette Ulrich of Dexter. Chelsea was the niece of Monique and Lanny Watson of Kennett; Jerry and Debbie Dye of Kansas City, Missouri; Lea Anne and Eric Rogers of Bloomfield, Missouri; and Don and Barb Seabaugh of Overland Park, Kansas. Loving cousins include Diana, Laura, Kaitlyn, Nick, Sara, Kyle, Kory, Brett, Brock, and Alyssa. She is also survived by way more friends than there are stars in the sky.
Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at Cross Roads Fellowship Church.
The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the church, with Dr. Brian Anderson and the Rev. Chris Peltz officiating. Interment is private, but guests may await the family’s return and join them for lunch.
Arrangements are by McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Jackson.