OBITUARY

Marcia Kaye Seigmund

August 17, 1938May 2, 2021

Marcia Kaye Seigmund, age 82, died on Sunday, May 2, 2021 in the caring and loving community of Celebration Village in Acworth, Georgia with her family by her side.

She was born August 17, 1938 in Brazil, Indiana and was a long time resident of Redding, California. She was the younger of two children.

In her early years, Marcia developed a love for all animals. She cared for and owned many pets including horses and even a margay.

After graduating from Shasta High School, she attended Shasta College with a degree in education. She continued on with that Education at Chico State University and received special teaching certifications from Brigham Young University.

Teaching was her true passion. She was a teacher at Cottonwood Elementary School and Grant Elementary School where she also coached many sports. She touched the lives of many children around her, including her own grandchildren as they learned to read at an early age.

Her hobbies included being an avid genealogist, gardener, oil painter, photographer, seamstress, and builder of many projects, including her own home. She also volunteered many hours with the American Cancer Society.

Marcia was preceded in death by her son Robert Edward Schuette and parents Walter and Mabel Seigmund.

Marcia is survived by her brother Edward William Seigmund; daughter Katherine Annette Beckelic (Michael Edward); and son Michael William Schuette (Debra Belstad); granddaughter Bethany Anne, grandson Robert Edward Beckelic (Allie), granddaughter Rachel Elizabeth Miller (Samuel) and great-grandchildren Allison, Adalyn, Andrew, and Connor.

Marcia will be remembered as a strong, caring woman and light to the various communities she served. She was a woman of strong faith and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Marcia will be laid to rest with her mother, father and son at the Halcumb Cemetery in Montgomery Creek, California on Friday, May 14, 2021 at approximately 11:00 am.

Fond Memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.lawncrestchapel.com for the Seigmund Family.

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, May 14, 2021

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Connie Ivans-Olson

May 28, 2021

I am so very sorry to hear your Mother, Grandmother, Sister and my cousin Marcia, has passed. I am a member of the Felty family. I live in Phoenix, Arizona. Her Grandmother Nora was my mother, Mamie Felty Ivans, sister. I tried reaching out to her and unfortunately mail was returned.
With My Deepest Sympathy,
Connie Ivans-Olson

Dee Stevens

May 15, 2021


I came to know Marcia through my friendship with her daughter, Kathy, ( her daughter) and Mike Beckelic, and was given the wonderful calling of being her ministering sister.

I loved visiting with Marcia and seeing her face light up when I presented her with her favorite; chocolate cake with chocolate icing; which I did on nearly every visit!

She was delightful and funny. Oh how she loved to tell jokes….some a little off color,

She could always make me laugh…and HER laugh was contagious!,

Marcia was a bit cheeky too. She loved to poke fun at me and relished having a good laugh at my expense!

Ever since Covid took over our lives, I was not allowed to visit her, but I will always remember her smile, her sense of humor and how she always cared about being well dressed and PRETTY.

I hardly ever called her by name, I would see her and say. “Hey BEAUTIFUL, how the heck are you?

She always made me feel welcome and she was always happy to see me.

I miss her, as I’m sure we all do, and my heart goes out to her dear family, but I know we can all agree that she is at peace now, and that gives all of us a certain amount of peace and comfort.

I know that I am a better person for having been blessed to know her!!

No matter what, I will always picture her eating chocolate cake, looking like a true fashion statement , with her perfectly matched outfit and matching nails, all the while, poking fun at someone, (that’s how you knew she liked you) and I’m very sure, laughing and telling her jokes!

God speed my beautiful friend…Rest in Peace!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY