Carol Seyler

Carol Seyler

Saturday, January 4th, 1947 Thursday, April 25th, 2019

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Obituary for Carol Seyler

Carol Ann Seyler, - 72, of Northfield, passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 25, 2019.

Carol was the daughter of the late Harry and Alice Faisst. She was born and raised in Somers Point and spent the last 55 years living with husband Paul in Northfield. Carol worked in her younger years at her mother’s custom curtain business. After raising a family, she was employed for many years as the smiling face behind the jewelry counter at Boscov’s Department Store. Carol’s pleasures in life were simple but sweet: a morning stroll on the bike-path, lounging on the back deck sipping ice tea, planting flowers in the garden, shopping on the boardwalk with her daughter, cooking amazing meals for her family, watching the Philadelphia Phillies and golf with Paul, and of course, spoiling her grandkids. She will be dearly missed.

Carol is survived by devoted husband Paul, son Paul Jr., daughter Brenda Smith (Kevin), grandkids Kim, Steven, Christa, Shane, Megan, and great granddaughters Emma and Victoria; siblings Marilyn Giacobbe (Sal), Linda Cerroni, and Harry Faisst (Debbie); in-laws Bob Seyler (Pat), Ray Seyler (Dee), Gerry Seyler (Kathy) and Brian Seyler; along with many nieces and nephews.

Service and interment will be private.

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Kathy McBride Geary

Kathy McBride Geary
To The Family Of My Childhood Friend!
So Sorry For Your Loss.
Wishing you and your family all the strength you need to get through this difficult time.
As I Look back in years past I will always remember Carol with the fondest memories, fun loving personality and that big smile when greeting you. And the best sales person ever at "The Fine Jewelry Department" at Boscov's!
May Her Memory Carry You!

Comment | Posted at 09:06am via Condolence

zelbra Isaac

My deepest condolences to the family. Sorry for your loss. We all grieve differently, may you find comfort from God's word. Isaiah33:24 no resident will say that I am sick. 2COR1:3,4 provides comfort for all who grieve.
Comment | Posted at 09:08pm via Condolence

Richard Valenti

So sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time.

Rich Valenti
Comment | Posted at 09:45pm via Condolence

Cousin Sandi

Dear Cousin Paul & Family, I am very saddened over Carol's passing. She was always a sweet & smiling person. You all are in my thoughts & my heart.

Cousin, Sandi
Comment | Posted at 10:49am via Condolence

James Roberts

Most kind and loving person. Lots of memories of her at family picnics and seeing her at Boscov's. Praying for you and yours.
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