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Raymond J. Seigler, Sr.
Raymond J. Seigler, Sr., 65, of Bath, PA passed away on Thursday, July 19, 2012 at the Hospice House of St. Lukes in Bethlehem, PA. He was born on August 27, 1946 in Somerville, NJ, son of the late Stephen and Nellie (Severyn) Seigler. Raymond was a postal worker in Somerville and Bridgewater, NJ for 30 years. He was a long time President of the local chapter of his union. In that capacity, he fought with great pride and tenacity for the rights of his fellow union members. He was also a veteran of the US Navy, serving on the USS Concord during the Vietnam War. Survivors: He will be lovingly remembered by his companion, Ruth Stevens of Bath, PA; sons, Raymond J. Seigler Jr. of Bedminster, NJ and Ryan A. Seigler of San Angelo, TX; brothers, Stephen Seigler and wife Gail of Hillsborough, NJ and Theodore Seigler and wife Francine of Manville, NJ; sisters, Evelyn Iszak wife of Louis of Roebling, NJ, Nellie Mahilo wife of George of Manville, NJ, Phyllis Gianfaga wife of Mike of Freemont, CA and Patricia Sidorski wife of Dennis of Hillsborough, NJ; numerous nieces and nephews; and also two beloved dogs, Rufus and Trouble. He was predeceased by brothers, Richard, Henry, Daniel; and a sister, Caroline Marinock; step-brothers, Edward, Alfred Freddy; and step-sisters, Mildred Otrimski and Gertrude Franzoso. Services: Services will be privately held at the convenience of the family. Connell Funeral Home in Bethlehem, PA is in charge of the arrangements. Send online condolences to www.connellfuneral.com

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Published in Morning Call on Jul. 27, 2012.
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July 28, 2012
Ray and I served on the CONCORD.Rest in peace my Brother.
danny gatchell
July 27, 2012
Dear Raymond & Ryan,

The memories I have of your Father were in his younger
years. He would march in the high school band and my
children would enjoy seeing him playing his saxophone.
Because of the age difference my children enjoyed playing
with there Uncle Ray and Aunt Patty. He will be missed and
our love goes out to you.

Love Aunt Abby
July 27, 2012
Raymond and Ryan
Our hearts are filled with sorrow for our dear nephews. Uncle Dave and I have so many wonderful memories of your childhood days with your Dad and "Ginger"! No words can come to mind that would diminish your pain and heartbreak.

Aunt Grace and Uncle Dave

Dear Ruthie,
Raymond and Ryan always had wonderful things to say about you. They enjoyed your company and your love for Ray Sr. We are so very sorry and filled with anguish for your loss.
Dave and Grace Hummel
July 27, 2012
Our sincerest sympathy to you and the family. There are no words that can describe our sadness. A special neighbor and friend, we will always grateful for his presence in our lives. Ray's and Rufus's visits will definitely leave a big void in Bud's daily life. What two men could talk about for hours baffled me. The companionship shared between these two will be treasured. To you Ruth, our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Bud and Enid Hower
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