OBITUARY

Annette L. Seiler

March 10, 1940March 7, 2018

SEILER - Annette L. (nee LoRusso) March 7, 2018. Wife of the late John J. Seiler; dear mother John E. Seiler and Tara R. (Joshua) Heims; grandmother of Noah, Jonah, Hannah, Eden and Finley; sister of Anthony P. (Carol Ann) LoRusso. Family will be present on Friday from 4-8PM at the PERNA, DENGLER, ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME, 1671 Maple Rd. Family and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial celebrated from St. Gregory the Great Church Saturday at 8:45 followed by interment at Mr. Olivet Cemetery. Online condolences may be offered at www.denglerrobertspernafuneral.com

Services

  • Visitation Friday, March 9, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, March 10, 2018
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Joseph W. Lawrence

March 13, 2018

Anthony; My prayers are with you and your family at your loss, we had many fond memories back in the 50's
Joseph W. Lawrence

Anthony Cilano

March 13, 2018

This is such sad news to all who new Annette. She was a dear classmate/friend at Kenmore High School. She was well-liked and always a joy to be with. My condolences to her family, friends and loved ones.
Tony Cilano

David Serure

March 9, 2018


Dear Tara, Johnny, and Family,

How fitting it is that you chose this celebratory photo of your mom on New Year's Eve! She was always so full of life, loved to have a good time and was so endearing to all she came in touch with.

It was one of the favorite nights of the year for my parents to ring in the New Year together. It also was great to know they had each other, as contemporaries to associate with.

It gave me great comfort to know what a true friendship my parents had with your mom over the years. They were together through every milestone in all our lives as children and now with their grandchildren. They had the type of friendship that spanned the test of time. No matter what; good or bad, easy days or the tough ones, they were there for each other, and for each of us. Your mom was a ray of sunshine in our lives, as neighbors from down the street and as that "special" person that everyone yearns to have in their life.

Our sincere condolences to everyone in your family.
Annette will surely be remembered as a dear friend to so many.

With our love, thoughts, and prayers,
David Serure and Family

FROM THE FAMILY