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January 28, 1938 – Saturday, November 20, 2010

Service Information
Zion Lutheran Church in Buffalo
Monday, November 22, 2010
1:00 P.M.

Visitation Information

Judith “Judy” Seibert, age 72, of St. Michael. A graduate of Michigan State University with a degree in education. Longtime substitute teacher in District # 877. Enjoyed being a grandma, painting, dogs, movies, cooking and being with friends. Former retail employee of The Albertville Mall. Survived by children: Jeff (Kelly) Seibert of Big Lake, Jenny (Dean) Hager of Afton & Patrick Seibert of Mound; 7 grandchildren: Drew & Jack Seibert, Natalie, Nicole & Carly Hager and Caleb & Carson Seibert; a sister-in-law: Cynthia Winters of Leesburg, Florida; other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by her husband: Pete, her parents: Art & Marjorie Winters & by a brother: Jack Winters. Funeral service 1:00 P.M. Monday Zion Lutheran Church in Buffalo. Visitation AT THE CHURCH Monday 11:00 A.M. until time of services. Casket Bearers were Jeff Seibert, Patrick Seibert, Dean Hager, Larry Swenson, Jake McCullough and Jeff Hopkins.

8 Guestbook Entries

  1. Denise Hogan

    Jeff, Jen and Pat,
    We are so sorry to hear of your dear mom’s passing. We loved her so much. What a great lady!! She was always cheerful, kind and considerate. We will miss her so much.

    Mike and Denise Hogan

  2. Rose Heisel

    I will miss Judy so much. She was warm and caring. Always there to offer some good, sound, heart felt advice. She brightened up the room when she came in. Being that she was so loving to her dog, Anna, just told the world what a wonderful person she was.

  3. The Legatt Family

    Beautiful woman with a full and loving heart. She and Pete were our family in a community of strangers. So blessed to have them in our lives. Judy was so strong and courageous during some very trying times, all the while still be concerned about all of you and her friends.
    My condolences to the Seibert Family. This is truly a great loss for you and I might add all of us who knew her.
    Let us know if we can do anything.
    Love, Don and Mitzi Legatt and Family

  4. Tracy Dixon Davies & Jeanne & David Dixon

    Dear Jenny, Jeff, Pat & families,

    We were so sad to hear of Judy’s passing. She was such a special person who always had a smile on her face.

    My parents are here in AZ for the Thanksgiving Holiday so will unfortunately miss the service.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you celebrate the life of your precious Mother.

    Love, Tracy, Bob, Ben, Jeanne & David

  5. Susie McDougall

    So sorry for your loss. Judy touched so many lives and will be greatly missed.

  6. Margaret Anna Winters Wilson

    We were delighted Judy and her friends got to spend time with us in Michigan. Judy got to visit Pete’s Aunt in Big Rapids and the 3 M’s and Judy enjoyed lots of laughs as we talked about our Dad, Bill Winters. Judy and I shared time when we both visited her Dad in California. Judy cared so much for Pete and her children and everyone she met. She certainly will be missed. Our hearts go out to Jeff, Jenny and Patrick and their families. We hope that knowing she will see Pete and her parents, as well as Jack, and she won’t be in any pain will give you all some comfort. Our prayers are with you.
    Love Margaret, Mary, and Marilyn

  7. marlys northenscold

    What a lady! She volunteered her time teaching a painting class at Sunrise of Buffalo several years back. What a difference she made in one ladies life, and their family. She painted an Iris and took 1st place at the fair. It was a beautiful painting.
    Fond memories of her.

  8. don and lisa mills

    Please accept our sympathy in the passing of your mom, Judy. We did not hear about this until after all the services. Sorry we could not be there. We will always remember Judy’s sweet and loving nature, and beautiful smile. Our love and prayers for you all.
    Don and Lisa Mills


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