Allan H Seigal
December 11, 1933 – November 26, 2019
Dr. Allan H. Seigal, late of Mashpee, Massachusetts died peacefully on November 26, 2019 at the age of eighty-five. He is survived by his wife, Naomi Marks Cohan. He was predeceased by his first wife, Loretta B. Seigal.
He leaves his son, Roger Seigal and his wife, Lynne Seigal of Holliston, Massachusetts; his daughter, Leslie Seigal-Bergum and her husband Erik Bergum of Jefferson, New Hampshire; his son, Peter Seigal and his wife, Nancy Seigal of Reading, Massachusetts along with his step-daughter, Deborah J. Cohan of South Carolina. He also leaves his grandchildren, Carlie Seigal of South Boston, Massachusetts; David Seigal of Brighton, Massachusetts, Shannon Seigal of Reading, Massachusetts and Lauren Seigal of Reading, Massachusetts.
Dr. Seigal was a graduate of Buckingham Browne & Nichols School, Tufts University and Temple University School of Dentistry. Dr. Seigal’s dental practice in Framingham spanned 34 years. Dr. Seigal’s greatest passions included softball, his dogs, and the Chatham Chorale.
Burial Service will be held at 10 am at Sharon Memorial Park, Sunday, December 1st. For online condolences please visit www.doanebealameshyannis.com
Sharon Memorial Park
120 Canton Street
Allan H Seigal
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December 5, 2019
I will miss your smiles & beautiful singing when I visit Bridges 😊
Bill and Judith Page
December 2, 2019
We were saddened to learn of Allan's passing and share in Naomi and the family's sense of loss. As a fellow softball pitcher and travel team mate of Allan's, it was fun to know him and share in his successes, which were many. We loved hearing him sing with the Chatham Chorale, too.
A big thank you to all of Allan's family, especially his sister Shiela and children, Roger, Leslie, and Peter for letting us share in his service and the celebration of his life. We will miss him.
December 1, 2019
Hey Doc, take your glove. You're scheduled pitch at Kelley field on Tuesday, the third !!
November 28, 2019
Sorry to read of your passing, you always spoke with strong convictions on many subjects as I was captive in your dental chair above
Dr. DeNicholas’s office on Union Ave. in Framingham. You also took care of me in an emergency when half of my front tooth was kicked out in a back yard tackle football game, the gold cap has been in place for 57 years so far and has never been removed (only had the veneer replaced once) which is an excellent testament to your skills in your chosen field. Thank You!