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Lottie Irene Seo, 80, of Bellaire, Ohio died Saturday December 29, 2007 at her home.
She was born February 27, 1927 in Powhatan Point, Ohio a daughter of the late John
“As Free As the Wind”
Let them Fly with thee the butterflies,
and take me home –
high above the valley,
just below the sun.
Home where the mornings shine
and the evenings glow –
where my dreams have no frontiers,
where my hopes will know no fear;
where I finally will be …
as free as the wind!
DEAR ROSEMARY & FAMILY,
WE ARE SO SORRY ABOUT YOUR MOM, OUR BEST TO YOUR DAD. I WILL CALL YOU AT YOUR DAD’S.
LOVE & PRAYERS
RICH & SAMRA X0
I miss my Aunt Lottie so much. It saddens me to think that she is gone. I am comming home in July 2008 to visit with my family and she will not be there, But, her voice I can still hear, and all the things she has taught me has made me a very strong person. Someday we will meet again, and have great times like we did when I was a child. She was and still is my favorite Aunt and nobody will ever replace her….
She is not suffering no longer and is looking down on all of us with her wonderful smile and flying free just like her butterflies that she loved so much. May God keep her with him always and forever….. Love Deb
Johnny, Rosemary & Family,
Thinking of all of you at this time. I am sorry I can’t be there to say goodbye to my friend I am visiting in Sarasota, FL. There are many wonderful memories of Lottie … especially the fun times at work and the fun visits at her home. My children, Brenda & Brent, still talk about their visits with both of you! They were always treated so special .. and they loved her humor.
Knowing her love of butterflies, she always commented on their beautiful and freedom, I know she is free at last and her beauty will always remain in our hearts!
Rest easy my friend!
LOTTIE WAS SUCH A WONDERFUL PERSON.
I ALWAYS ENJOYED SEEING HER AND TALKING WITH HER.AS A CHILD SHE WATCHED ME GROW UP AND ALWAYS TOOK THE TIME TO CHAT FOR AWHILE. SHES IN A WONDERFUL PLACE NOW SHES WALKING THE STREETS OF GOLD. ITS ALWAYS SO HARD TO SEE SOMEONE GO HOME BUT WE KNOW THAT THERE IN A PLACE SO MUCH BETTER THEN WHAT WE CAN IMAGINE. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HER SWEET SMILE AND HER GENTLE HUGS.ALL OF YOU ARE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS .
JOHN AND BARB WILLIAMS
We were so sorry to hear about Lottie’s passing, i will always remember her as my moms syl zimmerman’s closest friend, i remember many of nights they would be on the phone until the wee hours of the morning, talking, joking, i remember the bird that talked, and going to johnny and lottie”s house, teasing lottie that johnny was my secret boyfriend, i think i was all of 5 yrs old then. she was a very special person and i loved her like an aunt growing up, im just sorry i lost touch with her over the years, she was a person ive never forgotten about, ill keep you in my thoughts and prayers johnny and rosemary and the rest of your family, im sure her and my mom are happily talking about old times and watching over all of us until we all meet again one day.
What a sweet, sweet lady. Enjoyed talking to her while she worked at the Plant. I came in 1991 and she retired in 1992. A few years ago she was at the Quarter Century, what a joy she was.
She will be missed!
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.