Barbara Seaborn

Title: Musician, Writer and Author
Location: Martinez, Georgia, United States

Barbara Seaborn, Musician and Author, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in music and historical authorship.

After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts in 1957, where she excelled in performance and teaching piano and organ and was a choral director, Ms. Seaborn moved to Georgia with her military husband. A member of American Guild of Organists, the Augusta Music Teachers Association and various choral societies, she has excelled as an organist with Grace United Methodist Church, Woodlawn United Methodist Church and North Augusta Southern Methodist Church. She also serves her community by teaching Sunday school.

As a writer, Ms. Seaborn excelled as columnist and feature editor for the Columbia County News-Times from 1984 to 2014 and is the author of two local history books, “As Long as the Rivers Run: Highlights from Columbia County’s Past” in 2011 and “Monumental Legacy: The Rise and Fall of Hamburg, South Carolina” in 2021. In recognition for her writing talents, she was honored with an Outstanding Achievement Award and was a runner-up for an award from Reader’s Digest magazine.

Ms. Seaborn began playing the piano in church when she was in the 8th grade. She took organ lessons in college and has been an organist for over 50 years. She is proud of receiving continuous recognition in both writing and authorship and takes pride in receiving numerous writing awards through the years, but mainly, her satisfaction and extreme enjoyment is in the work that she does and services she provides. Her goals in the coming years are to continue teaching Sunday School and to learn the Bible.

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