Frank Vogler & Sons


Lucy Ann Sieck

December 5, 2013November 13, 2020

Lucy Ann Sieck, age 6, gained her Angel wings, on Friday, November 13, 2020, after a fierce 6 month battle with DIPG. Lucy passed in her home surrounded by her loving family.

Lucy was born on December 5th, 2013 in Winston-Salem, NC to her parents; Raegen and Brian Sieck. Lucy loved learning and playing basketball. She was an avid reader and graduated top of her Kindergarten class. Lucy was in the first grade at Vienna Elementary School. Lucy was known for her giving heart and loved to share with others.

Lucy is survived by her parents, her younger brother Charlie Sieck; her older siblings Kylee and Austin Sieck; her paternal grandparents, Bob and Patti Sieck; her maternal grandparents, Kyron and Marilynn Bradstrom, Steve and Patricia Tepper; her aunts and uncles, Dave and Jill Paswater, Ben and Shannon Sieck, Joel and Paula Rathbun; and many cousins; and her beloved animals; Goldilocks, Ruger, Dusty and Tiger.

In honor of Lucy’s love of giving and the family’s desire to support research efforts in pursuit of a cure for DIPG, Lucy provided a Tissue Donation through the Gift from a Child with collaboration from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The family would like to extend special appreciation to the students and staff at Vienna Elementary School for the love and support shown to Lucy and the family.

Lucy’s celebration of life will be held on her birthday, December 5, at 5:00pm at Vienna Elementary School car rider line.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made in Lucy’s honor to The ChadTough Foundation to fund research needed for DIPG.

In honor of Lucy and those who loved her, please remember to Count your Rainbows. “I love rainbows. Rainbows give happiness to everyone! It shares peace!” -Lucy Sieck


  • Raegen Sieck, Mother
  • Brian Sieck, Father
  • Charlie Sieck, Brother
  • Kylee Sieck, Sister
  • Austin Sieck, Brother
  • Bob Sieck, Paternal Grandfather
  • Patti Sieck, Paternal Grandmother
  • Kyron Bradstrom, Maternal Grandfather
  • Marilynn Bradstrom, Maternal Grandmother
  • Steve Tepper, Maternal Grandfather
  • Patricia Tepper, Maternal Grandmother
  • Dave Paswater, Uncle
  • Jill Paswater, Aunt
  • Ben Sieck, Uncle
  • Shannon Sieck, Aunt
  • Joel Rathbun, Uncle
  • Paula Rathbun, Aunt

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5 December

Celebration of Life

5:00 pm

Vienna Elementary School

Car Rider Line

1975 Chickasha Drive
Pfafftown, North Carolina 27040


Lucy Ann Sieck

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Brenda Mabe

November 28, 2020

Yes our hearts are heavy now, but we so know that now Lucy resting with Our Lord Jesus Christ. I have never met this sweet child here but one day I shall. Prayers for all of you as you now travel upon this hard road. I So learned how precious this child was through the posts you shared with us daily. No one may understand the pain unless you have lost a child as well, I have as well. Keep those precious memories always in your heart they so help

Steve Shore

November 22, 2020

I am heartbroken to hear of this precious young lady’s passing. Lucy was, and will always be, one of my favorite little basketballers at West Central Community Center. She always played with such excitement and joy and always kept that sweet smile. My love, thoughts, and prayers go out to the family....

Deborah Henderson

November 22, 2020

I have been following Lucy through her journey and got very attached to her. She is a precious Angel now. Just like she was here. RIP sweet child. God has you now

Lorraina Lewis

November 20, 2020

Lucy was a special little girl. She would stop in the Guidance office door way at Vienna and say hello to me in the mornings and if she was wearing new shoes or a hat she would tell me about it and ask if I liked it. Lucy's smile was contagious. I know she smiling in heaven and she will definitely be in my heart for ever.

Ruth Wadhwa

November 20, 2020

Lucy has a smile that melts the heart and heals the soul.
There is one more diamond 💎 in the sky tonight that shines bright.
Thank you for sharing Lucy with us.
Our prayers continue for the healing of the family.
Love the “Wadhwa Family”

Saleena Frazier

November 20, 2020

My sweet Lucy Girl! Ooh how you changed Oak Summit and touched my heart! The smartest girl in your graduating daycare class! I love you so much! Fly high! You forever changed the world with you big heart and contagious smile!

I love you!

Ms. Frazier & The OSLA Family

Jessica Shelton

November 20, 2020

I miss you little lady. I miss your big smile, fun jokes, and all around great spirit. Your smile could light up any room. We had tons of memories. I love you and miss you dearly LuLu.

Love ,
Miss Jessica ❤️

Kathy Stutts

November 20, 2020

Never knowing Lucy personally, I became to know her from the first picture and from there through the pictures, videos, and words that followed. I began to feel a part of her life...her family's lives. She stole my heart. Lucy had a sparkle that touched my soul from within.
My days and nights were filled with prayers for Lucy. I prayed Lucy would be the miracle the world had been looking for. And she was just that.
Through Lucy's life's journey, though short, she touched the world. From countries around the globe and through Lucy's flicker of light, God brought the world together in prayer and in giving. That is a miracle God brought about through a tiny little girl from a small town in NC whose life transcended the world's boundaries.
Through this journey, Lucy and her family's love has changed my life with many reminders of my own family never seeing it quite so clearly before.
My favorite memory of much she loved meatballs. Of course, I will never see another rainbow without being reminded of Lucy's happiness and peace. My prayers are for all of Lucy's family and most especially her mom, dad, and her little brother. I pray for peace, comfort, and God's mercies in the days to come.

Ardra Mobley

November 20, 2020

Lucy presence always filled the room with joy each morning she arrived at daycare. I had the pleasure to spend many years with Lucy being her preschool teacher sending her off to kindergarten. Love you forever Lucy

Dustin Pruitt

November 20, 2020

I remember seeing Lucy every day at daycare. You could feel her energy the moment you entered the room. I smile and think about those long blonde pigtails bouncing towards me to give me a hug and a high five. I’ll never forget her voice and her smile.
Her battle has inspired me as a father, a husband, a son and as a brother. I love a little harder, hug a little more, hand out a few more “I love you’s”.
May she find peace and do wonderful work in the house of God as she guides us stupid grown ups to do some good in this world.

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