David Seaburn (STH ’75)

in Alumni/ae Publications
July 26th, 2012


David Seaburn (STH ’75) is an ordained Presbyterian minister and spent most of his career working in mental health as a licensed marriage and family therapist and psychologist. He retired June 2010. He has also written three novels, the most recent, Charlie No Face, was released by Savant Books and Publications in January 2011 and can be found on Amazon. Charlie No Face is a coming of age novel about a time when eleven year old Jackie meets every kid’s greatest nightmare—disfigured hermit Charlie No Face — and his life is changed forever.