Coraline Rochelle Seavers died Aug. 1, 2020, of Covid-19 in Anytown, ID. She was only 27 years old, had just become a new mom to Baby Gracilynn, and had so many plans for her and her baby girl.
Her family is grieving her loss greatly but is comforted by the presence of 6-month-old "Baby G," as she is lovingly called.
Coraline was born on June 2, 1993. As a child, she loved dancing, singing, and acting, and starred in the title role in Boise Community Theater's production of Annie when she was just 11 years old. After graduating high school, she moved to New York City with the full encouragement of her family and supported herself as a waitress while auditioning for roles at night. While she wasn't cast in any Broadway productions, she did meet the love of her life, Carter Reyes, while they both stood in the rain hoping for rush tickets to see the musical Beetlejuice.
Coraline and Carter decided to relocate to Boise when Carter was offered the role of managing a community theater in Coraline's hometown. They wanted to start a family immediately, and were blessed beyond measure when Gracilynn arrived.
Coraline had just returned from extended maternity leave to her position as an essential worker, waiting tables at Sterling Steaks, when she fell ill. She'd thought she would be all right, but the virus took her fast.
She leaves behind her loving fiancé, Carter; her devastated parents, Kory and Sandy Seavers; her little sister, Corinne ("CoCo"); and numerous other grieving family members.
One of Coraline's last wishes was that people practice social distancing and other safety measures so that no other family has to go through such terrible loss. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS' COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund. Due to the pandemic, no services will be held.
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