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Ermythe F. Seley (born Ackerman)

Personal

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: May 31, 1919

Date of Death: November 27, 2003

Birth Place: Oliver Township, MI

Death Place: Huron, MI

Ermythe F. Seley

Ermythe F. Seley, 84, of Elkton died Thursday afternoon, Nov. 27, 2003 at the Huron County Medical Care Facility. She was born May 31, 1919 in Oliver Township at the home of her parents, the late Leroy and Margaret (Knechtel) Ackerman. She was united in marriage to Leonard J. Seley on June 3, 1939, at the home of her parents in Elkton. He preceded her in death March 19, 1996. Ermythe was a lifetime member of the Elkton United Methodist Church. She was choir director for the children and youth, was president of United Methodist Women’s Organization, and organist and soloist. Ermythe also was a member of the Elkton Women’s Civic Club and the Elkton Senior Citizens. Surviving are her four children, Sandy Zeitler and Jim Seley, both of Elkton, Connie Geiger and her husband, Paul, of Jackson, and Becky Mohr and her husband, Gary, of Caro; 10 grandchildren, Kristine Krohn, Jill Gordon and her husband, Brian, Bradley Krohn, Todd Geiger and his wife, Kim, Troy Geiger and his wife, Carole, Tonya Baxter and her husband, Gary, Chad Seley and his wife, Michelle, Dustin Seley, Kariann Brabec and her husband, Greg, and Shannon Mohr and his fiancee, Susan Godard; eight great-grandchildren, McKenzie and Zachary Gordon, Kaitlyn Geiger, Lauren and Cameron Geiger, Noah Baxter, and Hunter and Kayla Seley; and one sister-in-law, Virginia Ackerman. She was preceded in death by her brother, George Ackerman; and a son-in-law, Bernie Zeitler. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 29, 2003 at the Elkton United Methodist Church. The Rev. Peter Crawford, pastor, will officiate with burial at Riverside Cemetery, Elkton. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 p.m. today at the Champagne Funeral Chapel, Elkton. Memorials may be made to the Oliver Township Fire Department, Elkton United Methodist Church or the Bible Miniature Golf Project at Bay Shore Camp.

Published in The Huron Daily Tribune, (Bad Axe, MI) – November 28, 2003