Seth Wadsworth Obituary – Cowsmo

Seth Wadsworth Obituary

Everyone at Cowsmo would like to send our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Seth. SethWadsworthPhotoObit

Seth Jeremiah Wadsworth (45) passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, of a heart attack while hunting which was one of his favorite things to do. Seth was born on January 21, 1977. He spent his life dairy farming on the family farm, his own farm, and for the last 14 years at the Eildon Tweed farm as the Operations Manager. He continued to breed Milkworth Holsteins while working at Eildon Tweed.
• Oct 1999 – started renting family farm – Charter Oak Farm and breeding Milkworth Holsteins in Potter NY.
• May 2004 – Bought the family farm
• Oct 2006 – Sold the farm in Potter NY and purchased a farm in Laurens, NY
• May 2008 – sold his herd and equipment to Eildon Tweed Farm – and started working for Eildon Tweed. The herd was milking 600 head when he started at Eildon Tweed which then grew to over 1600 milking head today.

Seth loved farming and hunting and spending time with his family in no particular order, but all else took a back seat to his family. If you were a kind and good-hearted person, then you were family because you were just like him. Despite working long hours in the fields, if you needed him, all you had to do was turn around and he was there. Seth was an exceptionally good-natured person with a wonderful smile who got along with most everyone, and he had many friends to prove it. He was devoted to Blake and Ryleigh, their activities and was an excellent father. He was very thankful for Courtney coming into his life as she brought so much happiness and love to his life.

Seth is survived by the love of his life fiancée Courtney Pettis, his son Blake Wadsworth; daughter Ryleigh Wadsworth; mother Holly (Steve Brind’Amour) Lange; father John (Cathy Loiacono) Wadsworth; sisters Amanda (William Hendricks) Wadsworth, and Eden (Nolan) Arthur; and brother John Winthrop (Megan) Wadsworth.

A great light has gone out in the universe, but it didn’t extinguish. It’s just out there shining just as bright for us to remember and unite with whenever we think of him, so please join us in a celebration of Seth’s life at the West Charlton Fire Department on Saturday Nov. 12th from 12 pm until 4 pm.

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