Ann M. Seibert
PITTSFIELD - Our beloved Ann Marie Seibert passed away peacefully at home on Feb. 10, 2017. Ann was born in Defiance, Ohio, and in 1973, she graduated from St. Wendelin School in Fostoria, Ohio. She graduated from Rhode Island College in 1980. She moved to Colorado in 1984 and worked as a psychiatric nurse until 1986. She returned to Ohio briefly before moving to Vermont in 1987. Photography had always been a passion and she began working for Reflections of Killington as a photographer. Reflections not only photographed skiers, but during the summer, also took photographs at local tennis camps and equestrian events. During this time, she met Jim Creed who became the love of her life. They were engaged to be married, but Jim was killed in a tragic car accident in 1993. When Reflections closed their doors, she began working for Killington Market. For many years, she was the friendly face for the early risers on the mountain who would stop for coffee and a breakfast sandwich. Aside from serving others, she had two other passions. She was a dedicated Broncos fan and she was an avid golfer. The White River Golf Course was her favorite after-work place. Many of those who knew her from the market were also her golfing buddies. Ann started helping around the course which ultimately turned into part-time employment. At the golf course, Ann met several people who became very dear friends. If Ann had a "happy place," it was White River Golf Course. What Ann did best, however, was love. No matter what the situation, Ann would offer a hand. She was not one to stand and watch. Although she lived modestly, she was rich with friendships. Ann will be remembered for her warm smile and the love she showed everyone, not just her friends and family. She was predeceased by her father, Roger, and mother, Joanne. She is survived by her family, Daniel Seibert, of Fostoria, OH, William (Donna) Seibert, of Middlebury, VT, David Seibert (Karen), of South Lyon, MI, Catherine Seibert, of Belle Center, OH, Richard (Kathy) Seibert, of LaGrange, IN, Jean Seibert, also of Belle Center, and Timothy (Patty) Seibert, of Livonia, MI. She is also survived by two nieces and 11 nephews, eight grandnieces and seven grandnephews, two great-grandnieces and one great-grandnephew. There will be a Catholic Mass celebrated for her at St. Mary's parish in Middlebury, VT, on March 4, 2017, at 10 a.m., followed by the celebration of her life at the White River Golf Course in Rochester, VT, from 1 to 4 p.m. For those who would like to remember Ann, charitable donations can be made to any of the following organizations. The American Heart Assn., the Killington Fire and Rescue Squad or your local food shelf. Online condolences may be left at www.dayfunerals.com .
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