Sheila Marie Geiszler

Sheila Marie Geiszler

December 7, 1946 - November 4, 2020

On November 4, 2020, Sheila Marie Geiszler, 73, ended her journey at home surrounded by family. She was born on December 7, 1946 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho to William and Olive (Sherman) Hazelton.

Sheila graduated from R.A, Long High School in 1965, then attended Lower Columbia College before taking a job with the City of Longview Finance Department, where she worked for 30 years.

In December of 1969 Sheila and Barry Geiszler were married at Northlake Baptist Church. The two celebrated their 50th wedding Anniversary Dec 20, 2019.

Sheila spent countless hours working in her yard caring for her flower garden which she enjoyed every summer. She took great pride in her yard and home. Traveling with her family was her second love, enjoying Hawaii, Mexico, Belize and Costa Rica, but felt really at home on the Oregon Coast.

She is survived by her husband Barry, daughter Heather Anderson (son in law Erik), son Jason (daughter in law Sarah), and six beautiful grandchildren along with a yorkie named Tucker.

A family gathering will be held later on the Oregon Coast. In lieu of flowers please donate to Community Home Health & Hospice in her name.


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Published by The Daily News on Nov. 13, 2020.
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I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Sheila has meant so much to me since I was 12 years old. She was such a special lady. Always in my heart.
Kati Ekman
November 14, 2020
My mother Ginger, enjoyed working with you.Rest in Peace
Scott Salkovics
November 13, 2020
I am so sorry! I had no idea she was ill. My deepest condolences.
Carolyn Silver
November 13, 2020
So sorry, our deepest sympathy.
Mark and Donna
November 13, 2020
I will miss my friend, she loved to go have a coffee or lemon drop with our favorite wedge salad at the office and the hotel. Sometimes we would go to the Shamrock, and just enjoy our time together usually talking about our dogs which we loved. Her life was too short, was looking forward to coming to Arizona this winter for a visit. My heart goes out to Barry, Heather and Jason and there families and her grandchildren who she loved so much.
Glenna and Bob
November 13, 2020