Shirley J. Seidel

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Shirley J. Seidel Greece:  Saturday, July 14, 2018 at age 92.  Soared to Heaven to be with her Lord and the love of her life, Russell, who predeceased her by 6 months, they were married for 70 years.  Survived by her son, Alan (Martha) Seidel; daughter, Wendy (Tom) D’Angelo; grandchildren, Jennifer (Mayra Fernandez) D’Angelo, Matthew (Andrea) D’Angelo, Ben (Niki) D’Angelo & Jessie (Maurice) Young; great-grandchildren, Kaleigh, Aria & Mason D’Angelo; great- great-grandsons, Terrence & Lyric Wilks; sister, Margaret Seidel; nieces.  Much love and thanks to the staff, especially, Pat Freason at Fleming Point Senior Living for their devotion and loving care given to both Shirley and Russ. No prior calling.  Her Celebration of Life Service will be held Friday (July 20th) 1:00 PM in the chapel of Vay-Schleich and Meeson, 1075 Long Pond Road.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Lifetime Care, c/o Hildebrandt Hospice Care Center in her memory.  For more information and to sign Shirley’s online guestbook visit

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  1. This woman always showed me unconditional love and I am so thankful to have had her in my life!! I will miss her very much!! All my love and prayers to the family!! ❌⭕️

  2. For my Grandma. For her endless Love & devotion to her husband of 70 years, her children; my Mom & Uncle, all of her grandchildren, great-grandchildren & great-great-grandchildren…. I thank you for the example you set regarding the importance of love, marriage & family. The way you have always loved me unconditionally and without judgement. I have only the happiest of memories of you, our special moments throughout my life and our deep friendship we built as I entered adulthood. There is far too many things to list to describe all you were in my life and so many others. I thank God for giving us so much time with you & Grandpa! I will forever hold you and our memories together in my heart. You were a remarkable woman & if I can become even a fraction of the woman and human being that you were,… I’ll consider myself blessed. You can enjoy heaven with Grandpa now! I know you’ll always be with me. Like they say…. ‘This isn’t good-bye. It’s See you Later!’ So, until we meet again…… XOXO
    Your loving granddaughter,

  3. Grandma,

    You lived such a long, full life – rich with family and friends. You were a sweet, tender soul… compassionate, and a great listener. I remember how you loved a good story, a great laugh, card games, music, and hugs. It’s been a true joy to see how you and grandpa delighted in our daughter and how that bond strengthened over the past six years. Andrea, Aria and I will continue to think of you and grandpa often and carry on the legacy that you both have set so gracefully and with such class.

    Love ‘always’ (your grandson),

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