September 1, 2013
Paul A. Seguer, 73, originally of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, died on September 1, 2013, in Beverly Hills, Florida. He was a carpenter and the owner of the Seguer & Sons construction company.
Paul loved Scouting, and was a long-time volunteer at Camp Cachalot. He had served both as the Cubmaster of Pack 74 and the Scoutmaster of Troop 74, of South Dartmouth. During his time in Scouting, he was awarded the Scouting Training Award, Scouters Key, the District Award of Merit, the Silver Beaver, Wood Badge beads, and the Vigil Honor from Neemat Lodge. Leveraging his construction experience, he was instrumental in the construction of the new Ranger’s residence at Camp Noquochoke, Cabins 1 and 2 at Camp Cachalot, and led many crews doing building remodeling and camp improvement projects during “Beaver Weekends” at Cachalot. Beyond his contributions to his own units and to Cachalot, he was a long-time member of the Council Camping and Properties Committee, the Cachalot Restoration Committee, and was an adviser to Neemat Lodge. He was chairman of, or helped run several district and council camporees, and chaired the Corn on the Cob concession at the Moby Dick Council Cranberry Festival at Edaville Railroad. His service to local Scouting was so significant that the Neemat Lodge named their annual service award for him.
Paul enjoyed his retirement years with his love, Shirley Perry, singing kareoke and dancing. He also liked to play golf , cards and Mexican tTain dominoes with friends.
He is survived by his sons Scott, Michael and Shawn of Massachusetts; his daughters Amy Macomber and Heather Seguer of Maryland; his grandchildren Jason Seguer, Alyssa Boutin, Michael Sequer, and Shane Seguer of Massachusetts and Andrew, Jacob, and Zachary Macomber of Maryland; his great-grandson Jay Seguer of Massachusetts; and his long-time girlfriend Shirley Perry of Florida.