Lemoine E. Sigler, 81, of Creston, died Friday, April 13, 2018 at Smithville-Western Care Center after a period of declining health.
Lee was born June 9, 1936 in Big Prairie to the late Harry James and Zelpha (Etzweiler) Sigler and retired on May 31, 1998 from International Paper after nearly 40 years of service. He was a wonderful and loving husband, grandfather, great-grandfather and provider. He spent a lot of time hunting, boating, golfing, fishing and camping and was a member of the Moose, Ohio Gun Collectors Assoc. and the NRA.
Surviving are his wife the former Phyllis Jean Garnes who he married on July 7, 1979; children, Keith (Connie) Garnes of Medina, Pam (Mark) Alexander of Marietta, Lee (Faith) Sigler of McZena, Sue (Kim) Rook of Burbank, Keith Sigler of Shreve, Kevin (Pam) Garnes of Brunswick and Shawn (Stephanie) Garnes of Burbank; grandchildren, David, Aaron, Tiffany, Angie, Alicia, LeeAnn, Haylie, Adam, Lacye, Nickolas, Christopher, Dylan, Cameron , Ian and William; great-grandchildren, Shelly, Lyla, Alexa, Vivian, Brentley, Garrett, Noah, Aliyah and Emberlynn; sisters, Bernice Lisle of Wooster, Opal Croskey of Shreve, Bessie Yacapraro of Coshocton, Helen Weltmer of Fredericksburg and Margaret Sigler of Wooster and many nieces and nephews.’
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Anita Middleton Sigler on April 20, 1978, his parents and brothers, Robert, Clifford, Roy, Kenneth, Donald and Howard.
Friends may call Tuesday, April; 17th from 5-8 p.m. at Murray Funeral Home in Creston. A family services will be held with interment at Sherwood Memorial Gardens on Friday. Tributes may be shared at www.Murray-Funeral-Home.com Memorial contributions may be made to Smithville Western Care Center, 4110 E. Smithville-Western Rd., Wooster, OH 44691 or to the Parkinson Foundation of Ohio, 2800 Corporate Exchange Dr., Suite 265, Columbus, OH 43231.
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Name: Brandy Winans
I want to express my deepest condolences to you and your family. I was there with Lee from the day he admitted to SWCC. I was so happy to get to know you both and your family. You were a great wife to Lee, always visited and when you couldn’t you called in for us to give him the message. I loved all the stories you shared with us and even the candied pickles you brought us. I will never forget you all. Thank you for letting us care for your husband and you! It was our pleasure. Don’t hesitate to call if you need anything at all.