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In Memory

Eileen Seidler

Eileen Seidler

October 22, 2005

Eileen Seidler 

SEIDLER, EILEEN, 57, of Louisville, KY, died October 22, 2005, at Norton Hospital.

She retired from the Jefferson County Public School system after 31 years of service.

Eileen was the daughter of Dorothy Morley Seidler and the late William Seidler. She is survived and loved by her brothers and sisters, Ted, of Aurora, CO, Casey (Dorothy) of Omaha, NE, Chuck, of Youngstown, OH, Mary Jane (John) Bogar, of Centennial, CO, Jeff (Phyllis) of Youngstown, OH, and Christine (Bill) Silvestri of Youngstown, OH.

A memorial service will be held Monday, October 24, at 7 p.m. in the Chapel at Norton Hospital, 2nd floor, 200 E. Chestnut St.

Arrangements for memorial service and burial in Youngstown, OH, are pending.

Contact McVean & Hughes Funeral Home, 330-744-5019.

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02/14/16 02:27 PM #1    

Charles Machuga

Eileen lived across the street from Phil and I (Phil Suarez and I lived next door to each other) on the north side. She was a really sweet girl when we were kids and I'm sure she remained that way. She most assuredly has a special place in heaven, along with other classmates of ours who also lived a few doors from us, Nancy McEvoy and Tom Mathews. May they all rest in peace.

02/14/16 06:54 PM #2    

Patricia Cullen (Hanley)

I always enjoyed being in class with Eileen...she had a great sense of humor and the conversation would always flow when she was around!  So sorry to hear that she has passed so early!

02/15/16 12:55 AM #3    

Mary Joan Grunenwald

So sorry to hear about Eileen. So many so young from our class and the North Side!

07/02/16 10:35 AM #4    

Kathleen McEvoy (Grannemann)

Eileen was a close friend in junior high and high school. She lived on Norwood, as we did and the Machugas and Phil Suarez. Eileen and I took lots of Saturday morning walks to one of our nearby libraries - North Side or downtown. I wish I remembered our conversations - I don't - but I do know that we enjoyed the time we spent together and her friendship mattered to me. She died the same year as my twin sister, Nancy. I appreciate this site, as I had wondered where Eileen went after high school. 

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