CAWTHON ANN SELEY a fantastic artist and a wonderful person to know, passed away last Saturday, February 16th at the age of 48. She is survived by loving husband David, children Jack and Hayley, her siblings Mary, Pat, Jane, Casey, Margaret, Kitty, Theresa, Joe, Clare, and John, many fantastic nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, brothers- and sisters-in-law, and too many friends to count. She is preceded in death by parents Patricia and George Seley and brothers Bob and Mike. Friends of Ann's who wish to pay their respects are invited to attend a service on Saturday, March 2nd at Shrine Church in Royal Oak at noon, followed by a celebration of life party at the Royal Oak Elks Lodge on Fourth Street at 2:00 p.m.
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My precious, beautiful, loving, artistic, funny and talented baby sister...who will remain forever in my heart. Annie was the center of our family and everyone's favorite sibling. Let us all honor her memory by loving each other and laughing every day, as she did.
To our dear sweet sister Ann: Heaven gained a bright, beautiful star on Feb. 16. You are missed so much. May you rest in peace, Ann. Until we meet again.
My beloved sister is gone for awhile but her wit,artistic talent,generosity,beautiful singing voice,and all of her nurturing ways will be remembered always.I was admiring some of her art work at her house once and remarked"Is there ANYTHING you can't do?"..to which her children Jack and Hayley replied "COOK!"She laughed harder than anyone at that.Miss you sis!
Dear David, children and the Seley siblings, My prayers and love reach out to all of you at this sad, sad time. I remember and love each of the Seleys, and especially little Annie from the good old days in Royal Oak. I will forever keep all of you in my heart and prayers as we honor Ann.
"To live in the hearts of those we love is not to die." You left us too soon,dear Ann.It is comforting knowing that one day we'll all be together again. Till then, be with us in spirit as you rest in the Presence of our all-loving God.
Our profound condolances. Too young. What a loss !!
My wonderful sister Annie brought so much joy to so many. I think I will miss her sense of humor and laughter the most. All of my love to David, Jack and Hayley. Maybe we have to just be grateful to have had her in our life for as long as we did. Now she is our Angel.