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Susan E Sigrist

Susan Ellen Sigrist, 60, of Pocomoke City, died Sunday, May 31, at Carroll Hospital Center.

She was seventh of Paul and Joyce Sigrist’s nine children, and she spent her life at Hayward’s Lott — known to friends and family as “The Farm” — as her parents had wished. She attended Somerset Community Services, where she had a wide circle of friends. She was part of the organization’s Friendship Club and joined in its many outings. She was particularly proud of the bowling trophies she earned as part of that group.

At home, Sue loved watching horses, putting together puzzles, and making crafts that now adorn the homes of her family and friends. She collected photos of her nieces, nephews and cousins, along with T-shirts and sweaters from their schools and travels. Sue adored babies, and was delighted to meet the newest additions to her family. She was also known for her bone-crushing hugs, when saying hello or goodbye. Whether going about her day around the Eastern Shore or attending Mass at Holy Name of Jesus Roman Catholic Church, Sue always seemed to run into people she knew and loved.

She was always a teacher to her family and loved ones.

Sue was predeceased by her parents and her sister Jeanne Marie. She is survived by her siblings, Michael (Debbie) Sigrist of Pocomoke, Jeff (Peggy) Sigrist of Pocomoke, Pat (Bruce) Santoni of Westminster, Kathy Doyle (Bob Powell) of Salisbury, Terri (Bob) Mullineaux of Ft. Collins, Colo., Joy (Phil) Taylor of Salisbury and Jimmy (Sherri) Sigrist of Salisbury, along with many cousins, nieces and nephews around the country.

There will be a private family graveside service at Quinton Cemetery in West Pocomoke. A celebration of Susan’s life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for memorial donations to Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, P.O. Box 179, Pocomoke City, MD 21851 or the charity of one’s choice.

6 comments to Susan E Sigrist

  • Joan Murden

    Jeff and family, So sorry for the loss of your dear sister Susan. Your family gave her such a good and happy life. Sending my sincere sympathy and prayers to each of you.

  • Cellie Permenter

    I was so sorry to hear of your loss. I do remember Susie’s bone crushing hugs whenever I came to visit at ‘the farm’…she was always so happy to see everyone who visited. My heart, thoughts and prayers are with each of you as you go through this difficult time.
    With much sympathy and love,
    Cellie Permenter

  • Jane Santoni

    We were so sorry to hear about Sue! We always looked forward to spending time with her and she had a way of really brightening up a room! The holidays will not be the same and our hearts are going out to all of you. Love Tim, Jane, Christie, Hope and Julianna

  • Susie Schmidlin Warwick

    I am so sorry to hear about Susie’s passing. I do remember her tight hugs and her forever smiling. My condolences to the family. Love and prayers sent to you

  • Barbara Bugar

    My deepest sympathy goes out to the Sigrist family. Sue was pure of heart and a joy to be around. I thank the family for allowing me the pleasure of having Sue be a small part of my life. Sue made a lasting impact in my life. Sue was truly a child of God. May she rest in peace.

  • Robin Long

    May you be comforted by fond memories of happy times together. Hugs & prayers for all!

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