Helen Mary (Zuck) Seigworth

Born: Sat., Aug. 14, 1920
Died: Tue., Feb. 27, 2018


12:00 PM to 2:00 PM, Fri., Mar. 02, 2018
Location: Good Shepherd United Methodist Church

Funeral Service

2:00 PM Fri., Mar. 02, 2018
Location: Good Shepherd United Methodist Church

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Helen Mary Zuck Seigworth, age 97, of Water Run, Clarion, formerly of Lickingville, passed away o February 27, 2018, at Hamot Hospital in Erie, after a brief illness.

She was born on August 14, 1920 to Floyd R. and Elizabeth Daum Zuck in Strobleton. She was a 1938 graduate of Farmington High School.

On May 8, 1940, Helen was married to Norman (Pat) Seigworth in a double wedding with Lee Daum and Betty Sandrock Daum by Rev. Rueckwald, Pastor of Venus Lutheran Church. They celebrated 72 years of marriage together until Pat's death on February 13, 2013.

Helen and Pat operated Seigworth's General Store in Lickingville until their retirement in 1977. After their retirement the spent their winters at Canoe Creek Campground in St. Cloud, Florida.

She was a memeber of Good Shepherd United Methodist Church where she served as organist, choir director and Sunday School teacher for many years.

Helen is survived by a granddaughter, Tracy Seigworth Fedak and her husband, Matt, of Erie, and by a great grandson, Dylan Fedak of Erie, along with numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Larry Seigworth, who died at birth, a son Terry Seigworth, her twin sister, Evelyn Zuck Seigworth Hayes, and her brother, Gerald Zuck.

Family and friends will be received at Good Shepherd United Methodist Church in Tionesta on Friday, March 2, 2018 from 12 pm to 2 pm. Funeral services will follow at the Church at 2 pm with Pastor Dr. Jonathan Bell of the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church officiating. Interment will follow in the Venus Cemetery.

Faller Funeral Home, Inc. In Fryburg will be caring for the family.

In lieu of flowers family suggests that memorials be made to the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, 9870 Route 36, Tionesta, PA 16353.

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Bert and Mary Lee Lehman
   Posted Wed February 28, 2018
Helen was a special friend to me. she played piano for Bible School at Washington Meth church and her sister led the Children in songs they learned a long time ago. I loved her dearly for many years and every time we met it was as though we had seen each other yesterday. I will miss her sweet presence. May the God of all comfort grant His promised Comfort and His Peace to all who mourn her passing. RIP

Connie Lauer
   Posted Wed February 28, 2018
helen was such a sweet lady. A very kind hearted lady. I'm very glad I got to know her. She will be greatly missed. My prayers & thoughts are with her family.

Barbara Smerkar
   Posted Wed February 28, 2018
Helen was such a very special lady so sorry for your loss my prayers & thoughts for Karen & your families I enjoyed are visit miss you Helen. God Bless!!

Mom & Dad Fedak
   Posted Wed February 28, 2018
We are so sorry that you have lost so much in such a short amount of time. We know how much your Dad loved his parents. They are united once again to look after you from above.

Crystal Tharan
   Posted Wed February 28, 2018
Helen was a dear lady. I remember her fondly from my childhood and time at God Shepherd church. Over the last year I was blessed with spending time with her monthly when I took my class to visit Highland Oaks. Helen remembered me the moment she saw me and she always made it a point to hug me goodbye. She will be missed.

Kathy Seblink
   Posted Thu March 01, 2018
So sad to hear that Aunt Helen is gone from this crazy old world, but happy she is home without a lot of suffering. She had such an impact on so many lives and leaves behind fond memories for those of us who had the pleasure of knowing her. Family and friends are all in my prayers during this difficult time and in the future as well to adjust to everyday life without her presence.

Cassandra Wessel
   Posted Thu March 01, 2018
Heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Helen. She will be missed.

Dan & Marcie McFarland
   Posted Thu March 01, 2018
Helen will be dearly missed. She was such a wonderful & sweet lady. Always enjoyed listening to her play at Good Shepherd Church and visiting with her. Prayers and peace, Dan & Marcie

Larry & Janet Sliker Seigworth
   Posted Thu March 01, 2018
Our deepest condolences to the family of Helen Seigworth. Janet remembers vividly when Helen and Evelyn sang for the funeral of her mother Ethel Harkless Sliker many years ago when Janet was only eleven. God's blessings to all.

Ron Harman / Nashville, TN
   Posted Thu March 01, 2018
Helen was one of the sweetest, kindest, and sharpest people I’ve ever met. I remember her and Pat from the Lickingville store and post office as well as from the Lickingville Church, and I'm sad that her link to my childhood and past is now just a memory. I’m so glad my parents and I got to visit and reminisce with her a while back. She hadn’t lost any of her spunk, and her memory was amazing. She was a very special soul. It brings a tear to think she’s no longer here with us, but it brings a smile to know she is Home. A sunset on Earth is a sunrise in Heaven.

Jodi Barger-Chadwell
   Posted Thu March 01, 2018
Helen was one of the most beautiful women I have ever met. I knew her pretty much all of my life! Years ago when being asked and encouraged to become the pianist at Good Shepherd, I was terrified. Talking to Helen, I will always remember asking her "But Helen, what if I make a mistake?" She just smiled at me and laughed and said "Well then we will help cover up each other's mistakes because I make mistakes all the time!" She made me feel comfortable enough to agree and we played together every Sunday until I moved out of state! I will also always remember her at my wedding reception doing the jitterbug! Boy could she dance! Helen will always and forever have a place in my heart!

Fred and Connie Doverspike
   Posted Thu March 01, 2018
To the family of Helen, Please accept our sincere sympathy. We first met Helen and Pat in 1964. A fond memory of those days was camping with them and playing badminton late in the evening under the pole lights. Fred was their Pastor in the Lickingville EUB Church and he appreciated Helen playing the organ and leading the singing both at the same time. Our children loved to go to their store and the Post Office that was in the store. Pat was the Postmaster. Through the years we visited back and forth and celebrated different occasions and grieved the lose of Helen and Pat's son Terry and the lose of our daughter Terri. We are sorry to loose this dear friend but we know she is happy with Jesus. May the peace and comfort of the Lord be with you all.

Eukie Lolley and Family
   Posted Sat March 03, 2018
To Karen and the Seigwoth Family,
I remember Pat and Her mostly from the Lickingville store and post office as well as Dale and I rented an apartment across from the store when first married. I'm saddened to think that her link to so many of Lickingville's past history is now just a memory. She was a sweet and an amazing Lady. She surely will be missed. Hugs and prayers Karen.

Sharyn Hartle Simpson
   Posted Sun March 04, 2018
What a beautiful lady, I had the pleasure of visiting her just a year ago as I found out where she was from her dear friend Millie Grandelis. My mother and she were best of friends when they went to school and it was so wonderful to hear about those times from her as I did from my mother over the years. She was so much fun to be with, I am very thankful to have had that visit. She was such a blessing to me.

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