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Lowell V. Seiverling

April 4, 1935March 22, 2020

Lowell V. Seiverling, 84, of Schaefferstown, PA, passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at Stoneridge, Towne Center, Myerstown, PA. Prior to his short stay at Towne Centre, Lowell lived in his home for the past 62 years.

Lowell was born April 4, 1935 in Lancaster County, PA to Harry and Amanda (Boyer) Seiverling. Lowell is survived by his wife, Annabelle (Krall); a brother, H. Vernon Seiverling (Nancy) of Waldeck, PA; two daughters, Susan Valerio of Newmanstown, PA and Brenda Morrow (William) of Mount Laurel, NJ. Lowell had four grandchildren: Jennifer Haas (Michael), Myerstown, PA, Gregory Moyer (Keely), Carlisle, PA, Will Morrow, Wilmington, NC, and Samantha Morrow, Mount Laurel, NJ. He also had four great-grandchildren, Makenna Haas and Everett, Oliver, and Verena Moyer and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by an infant son and a great-granddaughter.

Lowell met his wife, Annabelle, when they were both teenagers at Schaefferstown High School. They have been together ever since. This June, they would have celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary. Lowell was the consummate inventor, salesman, man of the people, and never sat still. He was always building, tinkering, or coming up with his latest “project”. He could often be found outside in his yard or sitting on the swing with Annabelle waving at passersby.

Lowell was a hard worker. He started working odd jobs at a young age, worked at the Lancaster Steel Foundry as a teenager, and held various other jobs throughout his life. Lowell served in the United States Army during the Korean War near the DMZ. He was a proud Veteran and loved his country.

After returning from Korea, he drove an oil truck and school bus for Jacob Netzley Oil. He moved on to hauling concrete for A.G. Kurtz, Denver PA. Eventually, he became a salesman for Pennsy Supply and then vice president at Boger and Sons, Annville, PA. Lowell believed in participating in his community as an active member of the Schaefferstown Fire Company, serving as its fire chief, building committee member for the Schaefferstown Fire Hall, Carnival Committee, and as a trustee. He was a founding organizer of the Schaefferstown Fire Company Antique Tractor Show and Pull. He was an active member of St. Paul’s UCC in Schaefferstown and the Grundsau Lodsch #17. In his later years, he helped manage the Schaefferstown Cemetery Association.

He will be loved and missed by his family, and dear friends. Burial will be private. A memorial service will be planned for a later date. Clauser Funeral Home, Inc. is handling his arrangements. www.clauserfh.com


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Lowell V. Seiverling

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Jeffery Polynone

March 28, 2020

I can remember one time when I first met Mr. Seiverling ( Lowell ) as a young kid new in town. A bunch of us kids were sitting around the playground at the elementary school. Back then there were swings back there and they were the real big swings with the long chains. Well anyways, we were messing around and I think it was Roger, he was throwing the swings around getting them tangled up and making a whole bunch of noise. It was a common thing to do. All of the sudden I see this big man walking towards us and he looked upset. A couple of us were just sitting there on the see saws and Roger was still messing with the swings. Lowell, comes back and in a very low voice, but stern say Roger what are you trying to do? By the time he started his second sentence, I got up and I ran out front of the school and hid in the bushes. I was scared Lowell was going to give us all hell. I stayed in the bushes until he was done kinda yelling at Roger but the way he was yelling in a kind way I thought. Because he sure didn't yell like my Pop yelled at me. I came out and came back to the monkey bars and was waiting for Lowell to give me hell but he didn't. He looked over my way and ask me who I was. I told him my name and he laughed at my last name and jokingly said it again that made me laugh. After everything was good. Lowell walked back to his car. I can remember how kind he came across to me. In the beginning of all this I was scared of Lowell but that 10 minute encounter I thought how kind and gentle this man is. I was around 11 years old and to this day I always thought that way of him and I always liked Lowell after that. I'm not sure what he thought about me but, God bless Lowell. The end of town isn't going to be the same with Lowell not being there, usually putzin around or sitting with his beautiful wife Annebell. As we grow older you don't see couples like Lowell and Annebell. Perfect for each other. Pure soulmates... God bless Lowell Lord,, and give Annebell peace

Ray Heberling

March 24, 2020

We were sad to find out about the passing of Lowell. He was truly a man of many talents and wisdom. He will be missed by his community. Prayers of comfort are sent to all his family and friends. Our deepest sympathy, Ray and Beth Heberling.

George & Patti Gress

March 23, 2020

We are so sad to hear of Lowell's passing. He was always friendly and always took time to talk and listen. He touched the lives of so many people, and he will be missed more than words can say. We offer our sincere thoughts and prayers for comfort to the family during this time of sorrow.
Love, Patti & George