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  • "My thoughts and prayers to the Selig family - I will never..."
    - Lynn Ehis Northrup
  • "Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Selig Family. Sara..."
    - Joe, Toni, Joey, & Savanna Paholski
  • "Ike, We were sorry to hear of Sarita's passing..Now she is..."
    - Paul & Nancy Coss
  • "My deepest condolences to the Selig family on Sarita's..."
    - Jim Heddon
  • "Our Thoughts and prayers are with the entire family...."
    - Lisa Christmas


LAKELAND - Sara Jimal Selig passed away on June 17, 2013, due to complications from dementia/Alzheimer's.
Sara, or Sarita as she was known, was born February 4th, 1936 in Panama Republic of Panama. She met her husband Isaac Selig in August of 1957 and they were married in March of 1958 in Panama and a year later, they both, with their first daughter Raquel, relocated to Lakeland. She was a member of Temple Emanuel.
She is survived by her husband of 55 years; daughter Raquel Selig Clark and her husband Tim and granddaughter Molly; son Joseph Selig and his wife Jane and two grandsons Michael and Max; daughter Cammie Lehrer and her husband Gregg and grandchildren Megan and Jacob; son Ellis Selig and his wife Karen and grandson Brady; and daughter Michelle Milavetz and her husband David and two grandchildren Alec and Sera. Also survived by three sisters, Blanca Zebede, Panama City Panama, Corina Nevah, Panama City Panama, Rebecca Victor, Spring Hill, Florida; sister in law Edith Selig Wolff of Atlanta, and a very extensive group of nieces, nephews and grand and great grand nieces and nephews.
During her life in Lakeland she was always active and supportive in various business ventures with Isaac, the longest of which was Selig Fabrics.
A graveside service will be held on Thursday, June 20, 2013 at 2 PM at Temple Emanuel Cemetery, Bartow Road Lakeland, Florida.
Arrangements by Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home, Southside Chapel.


Published in Ledger from June 19 to June 20, 2013
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