Eddy Seger was born and raised in
Newton, Kansas.  A proud graduate of
Newton High School (1969), he served in
the Air Force from 1970 to 1974.  He
attended the University of Kansas in
Lawrence and received his bachelor's
degree in art education in 1977.  After thirty
years of teaching (The Modern Maturity
Center; West, Fairview, and South
Elementary Schools of Dover; and Caesar
Rodney High School of Camden), he now
pursues art full time at his studio in Clayton.
        Seger has canoed the Mississippi
River twice from its headwaters to New
Orleans and is credited by the U.S. Mint
with the design of the
Delaware Quarter.
       Eddy met his wife, Sallie, in 1972 when
both were cast in the leading roles in the
Carousel being presented by The
Community Singers of Dover.  They fell in love
and were married a year later.  Sallie has
studied at Shenandoah Conservatory, the
University of Kansas, and received her L.P.N.
degree from Delaware Technical and
Community College in 1993.
        Sallie and Eddy have a daughter, Christy,
son-in-law, Sean, and two granddaughters,
Meghan Sarah and Morgan Emory.
About the Artist
The Studio
on Apple Alley
in Clayton during a working
December night.
Sallie and Eddy Seger
Monet's Bridge
Giverny, outside of Paris - 2008
Eddy and Sallie (Hevalow) as
Billy and Julie in a 1972
publicity photo for
taken at Bowers Beach.
(Photo by William Henry)
Sallie and Eddy Seger
Monet's Bridge
Giverny, outside of Paris - 2008