Lenore Agnes Siegal

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  • "She is up in Heaven with her mother and other bowling..."
    - Linda Wallace
  • "Dear Sis, It may seem that I'm cold but it is going to take..."
    - Schutt
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    - Linda Wallace
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Lenore Agnes Siegal Born March 12, 1961, at Tucson Medical Center passed away on April 4, 2012, at the age of 51 years young. Lenore was preceded in death by her father, Leonard Homer Schutt, Sr. Lenore is survived by her mother, Eva Natalie Schutt-Bleecker and stepmother, Lois Schutt; brothers, Bruce Charles Schutt, Leonard Homer Schutt, Jr. and step-sister, Charlie Ribbentrop. Ex-husband, Michael Morris Siegal; daughters, Tabitha Meyer Siegal, Natalie Lynne Siegal; son, Bruce Leonard Siegal and stepson, Grant Andrew Fuller. Grand-children, Kayleb Alexander Stamper, Aaron Leonard Johnson and Leonard Riley Siegal. Lenore is survived also by her large extended family that loved her very much and will miss her. Lenore has made her journey to be with her father and other loved ones and will shine as our guardian angel watching out for us. Lenore was a homemaker. Lenore loved her family and friends. Lenore was an accomplished athlete who excelled in track and field earning State honors in the shot put. She was a member of the 1977 State Girl's volleyball team at Rincon High School. Her passions were cooking, bowling, water skiing, jet skiing, camping and collecting. During the holidays we knew that she would be making sausage and handmade meatballs and sauce to go along with the homemade lasagna. She was an accomplished cook who enjoyed watching you enjoying her food. You could always hear Lenore cheering on her children and family during sporting events. Most recently at a Pima College volleyball match telling the ref he completely missed the call. Her most recent proud moment was being the first person to drive the new used boat and be the first to water ski behind it. Lenore was a very giving person who would give you the shirt off her back if you needed it. Lenore had a huge heart and saw value in everything. Her smile and joy for life will be missed. Memorial Mass will be held on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., at HUDGEL'S SWAN FUNERAL HOME, 1335 S. Swan Rd., Tucson AZ 85732.

Published in the Arizona Daily Star on Apr. 8, 2012
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