Anna Spitler Seslar

January 24, 2021

Posted by:
Karen edwards

Posted on:
March 7, 2021

To Anne’s Family, I just read of Anne’s death. I am so heartbroken. Anne and worked together at Superior but remained friends. The last time we were together was at my beach house but were run off by hurricane. I have visited with here and Bob many times at various homes and she was always so gracious. She was there for me when my Mom passed away(typical Anne). My prayers are with all of you. She will be missed by so many including me.

Posted by:
Karen Simpson

Posted on:
February 26, 2021

Dear Anne, There is so much I want to say that my mind feels a tangle. You might laugh at the notion that I find my feelings hard to express in words. Ours was one of those friendships where we knew each other as 'friends in a group' for a long time until our own special friendship emerged much later. I will miss hearing from you, sharing stories of our granddaughters, and feeling your always positive spirit radiating. Your sweetness will be missed in this world. You left us far too soon. I will think of you often, knowing now, as I always believed--you were an angel on this earth. Karen

Posted by:
Terri & Don Moore

Posted on:
February 14, 2021

Dear Seslar/Spitler Families, Anne & Bob were neighbors of our for many years here in N.C. There were such thoughtful and kind neighbors and we were deeply saddened to hear of their passing. Together we are all facing challenging times and the news of lost friends will never be easy for any of us. I pray that the family can find comfort through prayer during this very difficult time. Romans 12:12. Terri & Don Moore

Posted by:
Vonnie Wasserbeck

Posted on:
February 10, 2021

Charlene and Harley, there are no words to express the feeling of sadness I know you are enduring. I feel as though I knew Anne through you and therefore I feel your loss as well. Know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this sad time. Hugs dear friend. Love ya.

Posted by:
Charmaine Schalip Hamilton

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

I had the pleasure of babysitting for Anne's two young sons, Scott and Jeff, years ago on Buckeye Street in Marysville. Anne was always gracious. Fond memories of Anne and her children. Prayers for peace and comfort to all.

Posted by:
Bob & Deborah McLeod

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

We lived across the street from Anne & Bob for 3 years here in NC. Anne immediately included me in women’s group events and a local bible study group. She was beautiful inside and out. Her great attitude, sense of humor and friendship is truly a loss. We pray for comfort and healing as you all go through this incredibly hard situation. Time helps to heal and GODs love surrounds you all. Prayers will continue and please know if we can be of any help here in NC let us know. Bob and Deborah McLeod

Posted by:
Judith Green

Posted on:
February 4, 2021

Charlene, my heart aches for you and Dwayne. Nine years ago I lost my sister to a horrendous disease; I know your pain right now. Please believe this: in time the happy memories will overcome the shock of tragedy and loss. I am grateful for the time I shared with Anne as retirees as well as the happiness of a shared childhood. I cannot attend Anne's special service because Dave and I are wintering in our fifth wheel RV on South Padre Island. Anne, Bob, and I discussed the pleasures of RV-ing at our 50th high school graduation. In all the parks we've stayed I would look for Bob and Anne's camper. I will visit Anne's grave when I return to freshen and decorate my sister's and brother-in-law's grave. My condolences to all of Anne's extended family. Judi Dodd Green

Posted by:
Laura Dayton Comer (Lori)

Posted on:
February 3, 2021

Dear Aunt Weezie, I can't believe I won't see you again until we meet in heaven. My heart is breaking, my mind is still in shock. So many memories, laughs, and tears. Thank you for always being there. Love you forever. Lori

Posted by:
Dawn and Bill Burger

Posted on:
February 3, 2021

Dear Charlene and Harley, Our sincere sympathy on the loss of your sister. Sending hugs to you both. Dawn and Bill

Posted by:
Deborah Seslar Boyle

Posted on:
February 2, 2021

Dearest Anne, As I sit here realizing that I will not be able to see or speak to you until we meet again in Heaven, I just wanted to capture my thoughts about you. We are all completely devastated by this senseless tragedy and continue to feel shock, denial, anger, and a profound sense of loss all at the same time. I hope you and your precious children will someday be able to forgive Bob. I believe from the bottom of my heart that you truly loved one another and he was not in his right mind. You told me yourself that he had never been violent and you had no fears for your safety. I admire the love and commitment and compassion you showed to my brother during the worst of his illness and confusion. Many women would have taken the easy way out and left him to figure things out. But you loved him unconditionally just as Christ loves us. Your testimony as a devout woman of faith will forever touch my heart and give me courage to face these dark days ahead. There are so many things that I admire about you. I love the way you made such a beautiful home, your elegant dinner parties, the classy way you dressed and your lovely smile. My parents loved you so much and we will all miss you every day for the rest of our lives. The two most meaningful gifts I ever received were from you. When Mom died, you created a very special scrapbook of her life that has brought me such comfort over the years. I can't imagine the time and energy it must have taken to make this for me when you were grieving too. You made me a gorgeous afghan for my 65th birthday just a couple months ago. You picked a pearl colored yarn that enhances my rose satin sofas. I will wrap myself in its warmth and think of you and pretend I am hugging you. Because that's what I want to do my sweet sister - just hug you and tell you I love you once more and how sorry I am to lose you. We shared a great love of cooking and bird watching and sharing scriptures. I will remember you as I prepare your recipes and think of you while I watch my birds. Knowing that I will see you again is the only thing that's helping me through this. In the meantime, I will watch over your precious Amie, Bryan, Ashley, Sophie, and Sarah as best I can. Thank you for giving my brother a wonderful life before he became so ill. We so appreciate all you have done all these years and will always remember you as someone very special that we lost way too soon. Always, Deborah

Posted by:
Carole & William Bogan

Posted on:
February 2, 2021

We have expressed our heartfelt sympathy to our (Bobby's) family and to Aime & Bryan Garcia and family. Many tears and prayers have been sent. We pray for the soul's of Bobby and Anne. May the precious memories of Aime and family serve to grant them peace. We are forever grateful for their handling of the Estate. With our sincere sympathy . Love & prayers, Carole & Bill Bogan

Posted by:
Beverly Lantry

Posted on:
February 2, 2021

To the family of our sweet Anne, my heart is broken learning that she is gone from us. I have always cherished my time with her. She was a majorette in my husband's Marysville High School Band. I worked with her and was always in awe of her talent, her drive, and most of all her gentleness and kindness. God bless and keep her. I will hold her close in my heart always and cherish the memories. My heart is with her family, and special blessings and love to Charlene.

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