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OESCH-SEDDON: Dorothy Sidonia of RR 1 Varna

Posted By Haskett Funeral Homes On November 15, 2009 @ 4:53 PM In Obituary,Zurich | 1 Comment

OESCH-SEDDON: Dorothy Sidonia of RR 1 Varna

Peacefully, surrounded by her family, at Stratford General Hospital, on Sunday, November 15, 2009, Dorothy (Miller) Oesch-Seddon of R.R. 1 Varna, passed away in her 81st year. Beloved wife of Wilfred Seddon of R.R. 1 Varna and the late Russell Raymond Oesch (1993). Dear mother of Joan and Lenny Rosehart of R.R. 1 Thedford, Doris and Gordon Maloney of Stratford, Mary and Ken Glavin of R.R. 2 Crediton, Marlene Glavin and John Brock of R.R. 1 Crediton, Audry Hamill and Steven McNiel of North Hills, California, Janet and Ted Soudant of Zurich, Raymond and Tammy Oesch of Tavistock and Allan Oesch and Brenda Dawson of Clinton. Loving grandmother of 26 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren. Dear sister and sister-in-law of Agnes Gilmore, Theresa Judge and Beatrice and Daniel Wemple. Sadly missed by Wilfred Seddon’s family and her many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents Walter and Louise (Regier) Miller, 1 granddaughter Carrie Glavin (1983), 1 great granddaughter Sarah Clark (2008), brothers Hubert and Joseph Miller and sisters Marie Rooney, Eileen Fagan and Rita Bryan. Dorothy received her 50 year pin for her dedicated service to St. Boniface CWL and was well known for her baking, homemade preserves and gardening.

Visitation in the J. M. McBeath Funeral Home, 49 Goshen St. N., Zurich on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 at 2 p.m. at St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church, Zurich. Fr. Peter Keller celebrant. Interment St. Boniface Cemetery. Parish Prayers and CWL Prayers will be said at the funeral home on Tuesday at 2 p.m.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Diabetes Association or the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

Condolences for the family of “OESCH-SEDDON: Dorothy Sidonia of RR 1 Varna”

Condolence from Haskett Funeral Homes on January 15th, 2016 4:58 PM

Condolence From: Seddon Family of North Bay, ON: Ted, Joen, and Christopher and great grand children of Wilfred
From the Seddon Family(s) of North Bay: Our deepest sympathies go out to the Oesch family, Grandpa Wilfred and all who knew Dorothy. Though we had only a few opportunities to get to know her, she was very much appreciated for the love and light she brought into the life of Wilfred. We will be with you all in spirit as you gather to pay your respects to Dorothy, Wish we could be there.

Condolence From: Jennifer Pizzolato (Coleman) Michael Pizzolato Kristin Pizzolato
Our family would like to send our condolences to Wilfred and the family of Dorothy…She will be sadly missed but never forgotten. RIP Dorothy. The Pizzolato Family xoxoxoxoxo

Condolence From: Janine Belford
Grandma you are much loved and will be missed greatly by all of us! You will always be an incredible source of pride to me, such courage and strength you have shown, right to the end, I admire you so very much. Whenever I bake zucchini or banana bread, or the coveted hello dollies! squares I will always think of you and smile; they are your recipes passed on through Mom to me…I’ve let my children know you’re the source of such scrumptious treats! :) My children, your great-grandchildren, Genevieve, Liam, Madeline, Juliana and Catherine are all saddened to see you go too soon as well…we have great memories of visiting with you and Wil along with Mom, at the farm over the past couple of summers. The Kabota tractor rides you gave the children remain a great memory and hightlight for them! Even when you were in obvious pain this summer you fired up the engine and gave them rides down the laneway and back. We will miss coming to visit you this summer; Genevieve and Liam were looking forward to coming and staying with you to help out in the field, especially the raspberry field where they delighted in picking the remnants of this year’s harvest along with the other children. You couldn’t believe how many they found (enough for Cat to fill her belly the day of, and to fill a pie crust to bake and enjoy later at home!). We are also saddened that you will not get a chance to meet your next great-granddaughter who is due to arrive in February, but know that you will be smiling down upon her! :) The smell of baked ham has and always will remind me of you and the farm, the many Easter/dinners we spent with you and Grandpa…secretly feeding Licorice scraps of food under the table. I have a vivid memory of the glowing white stones that lined your laneway in the dark evenings before leaving for home, along the gravelly road (the stones “plinking” against the station wagon) after visiting when I was a child. You may be gone, but will never be forgotten, I know a thin veil separates us from you and that we’ll see you again. There’s so much more that I could say about you and memories I have of you! We are comforted that you’re home in the happiness of heaven with Grandpa. May God bless you and keep you, we love you! Love, Janine & Kenn, Genevieve, Liam, Madeline, Juliana & Catherine Belford xo

Condolence From: Heather & Kyle Evans
You are all in our thought and our prayers. Your mom was a very special lady who we will never forget. Lots of love and hugs Heather & Kyle Evans

Condolence From: Ray, Tammy, Riley and Regan Oesch
We found this very fitting poem named Dorothy I heard a voice call out to me, As they stood beside my bed I heard a voice call out to me but it was not in my head I heard it loudly, and heard it clear, And as I rose to stand I heard a voice call out to me, “Come, this way, take my hand.” I heard a voice call out to me, I did not feel any pain I felt completely well again, And then I heard Him say, “It is time now, Dorothy. You have been a faithful child. And all will be much better.” The voice became so mild. I saw a star of light, just ahead of me, When I looked into the light I saw my family I saw my aunts and uncles, mama and daddy, too I saw friends from my past, I barely even knew! I heard a voice call out to me But, really, must I go? I do not know why I have lingered so I heard a voice call out to me, It was my daughter and my son And I wanted to stay with them, but my time on Earth was done. I heard a voice call out to me, and as I turned to go He said my children will live on, But, trust me, they will know. I heard a voice call out to me I wanted to go back But all life’s treasures seemed so small when holding Jesus’ hand I heard a voice call out to me As he put His hand in mine His precious warmth surrounded me And will for all of time We love you

Condolence From: Jon Maloney
I can’t believe it’s been two years since your passing grandma! Its comfortIng to know without a doubt in my mind, that you and grandpa are together in heaven! I have so many memories etched in my mind that I will never forget! I love you Grandma, I know you can hear me talk to you, please continue to watch over me and all our families! Till we meet a again…XOXO

Condolence From: Jon Maloney
Grandma and Grandpa, I think of you often and am so happy to have such great memories to reflect on! I love you both very much, and look forward to seeing you again one day! Love you and Miss You!! You may be gone, but will never be forgotten!! 05/01/11

Condolence From: Ken Oesch
My heart felt sympathy to all of you at a time like this Ken Oesch ( ELMER )

Condolence From: Brian & Michelle DePaepe
Janet and Ted & Oesch family. We’re so sorry to hear about your loss. I never had the privilege of knowing Dorothy well, but what I’ll remember is her spirited nature. May God Bless you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Condolence From: Electa Read
Joan, Lenny and Family: I’m so sorry I am unable to attend visitation today or the funeral tomorrow, my thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time of sorrow, in the loss of your Mom. My deepest condolences. Love Electa and Dave

Condolence From: Pete and Gloria McFalls
We only had the pleasure of meeting Dorothy a couple of times but we could tell she was a remarkable woman. Our thoughts are with your family at this time.

Condolence From: Wayne and Sharon Overholt
Our deepest sympathy to the Oesch family,your Mom was a great lady.

Condolence From: Maria Maloney
We will all miss you!

Condolence From: Barbara A. Leamen
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Take care of each other.

Condolence From: Evelyn Vincent
To the Oesch family, Sincere sympathy in your GREAT loss. Dorothy was a kind person and her presence will be missed by many. May you feel God’s strength and comfort during this difficult time. Evelyn (Steckle) and Harv Vincent

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