Mitchel Dee Seigler
1964 - 2021
BORN
1964
DIED
2021

Mitchel Dee Seigler

1964 - 2021

On March 17, 2021, while visiting his parents and sister in Grant Pass, Or Mitch Seigler unexpectedly passed away due to complications from cancer treatment. He was surrounded by his loved ones when he exited this life.

Mitch had a love for the ocean and bald eagles. He was known as a hard working man, who was always on the go. His favorite things were his fish tank, the ocean, and drinking coffee on the porch with his parents. He also enjoyed drawing sketches for his daughter's and family whether it was a new roof design for work or a fun bday card, he had a true hidden talent for art. At the age of 17 Mitch joined the US Marine Corps. He was loved and respected by all who knew him.

Born and raised in Napa, Ca he was survived by his father Garry, mother Sharon, siblings Ann & Peter, 3 daughters Heather, Tanya, and Amanda. As well as his step children, grandchildren, girlfriend Allison, and many other family and friends. He was preceded in death by his mother Beth, sister Deanne, and brother Ricky.

A celebration of life will be held early summer when friends and family can attend. Per his wishes his ashes will be spread by his daughters at his favorite beach Goat Rock in Bodega Bay.


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Published by Napa Valley Register on Apr. 4, 2021.
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Mitch you will be forever missed R.I.P.
Shari Taylor
April 9, 2021
A family man. A Military man. A hard working providing man. A good man Gone too soon Mitch. Thanks for sharing your fish, and your eagle pictures. Thank you for your service Gone too soon ,my friend. Soar with those eagles today and everyday God Bless
Rob Hansen
April 7, 2021
Our heartfelt condolences to the family, we hope you find comfort in special moments that have to brighten your days. allow the memories you have shine in remembrance for years to come. we were very blessed to have Mitch as a friend. He will be very missed.
Bob & Lisa Barnes
April 6, 2021
You will be deeply missed by all family and friends. We loved you.
Jim and Rose Gould
April 6, 2021
Rest in Peace, brother in arms. Till meet again.
Joseph McKee
April 4, 2021
To Mitch´s Girls & Family...thank you for sharing this wonderful & loving person I can call my friend...Mitch...my sincere condolences to all of you...Cynthia
Cynthia Carrillo
April 4, 2021