Obituary of Margaret Mae Siepiela
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Margaret Mae Siepiela, age 93, quietly passed away on Thursday, June 22, 2023. Margaret was born October 3, 1929, to Everett and Esther Olver of Beach Lake. She grew up living in Beach Lake, White Mills and Honesdale areas until she met and married Chester Siepiela and settled in Hawley. After being a loving mother and housewife, she went to work late in life as a bookkeeper for the Cherry Ridge Dental Center and the Cherry Ridge Veterinary Clinic, where she made many lifetime friends and acquaintances, even bringing home a number of four-footed ones as she really had a passion for animals. She is preceded in death by a son, Eddy, and a daughter, Marsha, as well as a brother, Lamont Olver, to whom she was very close. Surviving are a sister: Murial Roberts and her husband James of Mars Hill, NC; her daughters: Dianne Adcock and husband Larry of Arroyo Grande, CA, Connie Katz of Plano, TX, Peggy Siepiela of Hawley, and Susan Siepiela of White Mills. She is also survived by her dearly loved grandchildren: Heather Brown, Ryan and Carrie McNamara, Alyson Burcavage, Mari deNoie and her husband Bayard, Eric Siepiela and his wife Christina, Wesley Siepiela and his wife Audrey, and Nash Siepiela; her many great grandchildren, and her recently born great-great granddaughter Celia. Everyone will dearly miss her. There will be no public services at this time, and she will be interred at the Indian Orchard Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, pleasea send donations to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, 262 DannyThomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105, www.stjude.org or the charity of the donor's choice.
Final Resting Place
Friday, June 23, 2023
Indian Orchard Cemetery
997 Texas Palmyra Hwy.
Honesdale, Pennsylvania, United States
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