It is with heavy hearts that we announce the unexpected passing of Brody Seitz, age 30, on Thursday, November 30, 2023.
A memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM, Thursday, Dec. 7, at Parkway Funeral Service, 2330 Tyler Pkwy, Bismarck.
Visitation will be held from 5:00 to 6:30 PM, Wednesday, Dec 6, with a time of sharing starting at 6:30 PM, at Parkway Funeral Service.
Brody was born on September 10th, 1993, along with his twin sister, Allyssa. Brody came into the world demanding attention right away while his sister was content to let him make all the noise, either way she still benefited.
Brody was very intelligent and had the ability to always attract people to him and he loved to please people. He had a million-dollar smile and a glimmer in his eye that let everyone know that he was someone you wanted to know. He worked at various places during his life and each job he had, he was proud of how people were drawn to him, and he was able to have a positive impact on everyone he served. He worked at Edgewood Vista and was well loved by residents and staff and was named employee of the quarter twice.
He then went to work for Coca-Cola as a merchandiser and loved his job. He loved interacting with his customers and all the different stores he serviced.
He was currently working at Scotty’s Drive Inn and again, he loved the interaction with his customers and his co-workers. He received numerous compliments on his ‘million-dollar’ smile, and it always made everyone’s day a little brighter.
Brody loved the sport of soccer and followed the European leagues religiously and taught us a lot about them. We now know that Bundesliga is not a swear word. He also loved family gatherings especially if it involved a road trip. He loved traveling and was looking forward to a trip to Vegas. He also loved family movie and game nights.
Brody will be greatly missed by all. His passing leaves a hole in a lot of hearts. He had such a zest for life, and you could tell there was something special about him. The twinkle in his eye and his infectious smile let everyone know that he was the type of person that loved deeply and sincerely.
Brody is survived by his parents, Thomas and Janet Seitz, Bismarck, ND; as well as his twin sister, Allyssa Seitz and Jesse Banks, Mandan, ND. He is also survived by numerous aunts and uncles, Rich and Cathy Fuchs, Mora, MN; Bernie and Barb Boyle, Oakes, ND; Dwight and Marge Frazer, Fargo, ND; Curtis and Janet Janke, Jamestown, ND; Mark and Tracy Seitz, Jamestown, ND; John and Melissa Seitz, Hawley, MN; Bonnie Seitz, Fargo, ND; Sarah Skjeret, Des Moines, IA; David Seitz, Fargo, ND; Larry and Lori Hoff and Marvin Hoff, Jamestown, ND; and numerous cousins. He also leaves behind his beloved dog, Bruno, who is still looking for him.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Henry and Viola Seitz; his maternal grandparents, Julius and Genevieve Hoff; uncles, Joe Seitz and Tim Seitz; and cousin, Cody Dunwoodie.