Corianna Seelig-Gustafson

San Francisco, California

1977 - 2018


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Corianna Kai Seelig-Gustafson

February 27, 1977 - October 18, 2018

Corianna Kai Seelig-GustafsonFebruary 27, 1977 - October 18, 2018Born on February 27, 1977 in Denton, Texas, Corianna spent her formative years in Houston and Dallas, Texas, moving to San Francisco in 2008. Corianna dedicated...

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Corianna, I know we didn't see a lot of each other growing up. But I love you and you will truly be missed! It's so hard to even think that you're not here with us anymore. I just wanted to tell you, my grandmother sent me a video of my birthdays from my 1st to 6th. Lots of those videos included myself, Judson and you. It was great to watch the 3 of us run around and laugh. I'll always miss your laugh and smile! Love ya cousin.

Corianna was an angel to me. She helped me get through the process to be seen at UCSF. She made a point to come to see me at each of my appointments at Mission Bay. To say she will be missed is an understatement. The loss of this amazing nurse, mother, wife and friend is unmeasurable. As for me, Corianna will always be with me and I am forever grateful to have been blessed to know her these few short months. My sincerest and heartfelt condolences to her family.
(Corianna loved the cast...

Sending love, thoughts and prayers.
I am so sorry for your loss.
- Teacher Laura

Dia de Los Muertos cast

Corianna made a beautiful and inspiring difference in the many lives she touched. She will be remembered with gratitude and love. Our condolences durring this time of sorrow. Sending our love, comfort, and prayers.

-Kevin Jones & Anton Ponomareko

Corianna... You will be missed

Our heart fill with sadness of losing a very kind and wonderful person. A deep loss for family and our community. We have such fond memories of shared conversations and Corianna's bright smile.

-Debbie and Jose

My husband, Charlie cherished Corianna in his 4th Grade Sunday School Class @ Houston's First Baptist Church. Her humor and honesty was so refreshing as a child. I ask Jesus to hold you, her family and friends, very tightly in His arms and give you His comfort. I KNOW Coriana and Charlie have had a sweet reunion in Heaven with our Savior. May you have His peace. Lovingly, Frances McAnear

Oh how my heart breaks to hear such news. I am praying for her family and friends for strength and endurance - to be lifted up at this time when all is most needed. Truly a light has gone from this world. May the memory of her love, joy, laugh and cherished times together, keep her spark glowing and put joy in your heart and a smile on your face. Most sincerely and lovingly sent, Cynthia Navarrete