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Mary P. Seals
September 4, 1938 - January 9, 2023
Service Date: January 14, 2023
Funeral Home Memorial Services of Iowa
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Clearissa Griggs (Hickman)
January 14, 2023
Aunt Mary you will truly be missed! I can remember running through your house as a kid and you saying “ now you guys know better than to be tearing up my house” but you never spanked us lol. I will forever treasure every memory I have with you until we meet again! You are loved by so many. Rest easy auntie!
Jewel B. Davis
January 13, 2023
There is a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are the messengers of overwhelming grief, of deep contrition, and of unspeakable love.” – Washington Irving My dear friend, Margaret, May our God comfort and keep you and your family during this difficult time. May your tears cleanse your deep grief and flow with memories of your Mom’s love. Keeping you all elevated in my thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathies.
Tanya L Williams
January 12, 2023
To the Entire Seals Family we send our Condoleezza Love Prayers and Thoughts in this time of your Beareavement and Sadness. I never will forget the Seals Family we attended Tabernacle COGIC Sioux City almost every Friday night Dorinda singing The Williams Children singing on Miss Naylor program besides you guys were our neighbors on the Westside of Sioux City Iowa then lastly I gave Sis Seals her last kiss from me when I'd see her weekly at Corinthian Baptist Church Des moines Iowa What a Sweet Lady she was ! I just Loved Her with a Geniune Love! Her presence the Smile her Spirit will be Missed ! RIP Sis Seals until we meet Again Love the Entire Williams Family!!
January 12, 2023
Still at a loss for words. Aunt May will be greatly missed. So many fond memories from days past. Aunt May has never been too far away from anything that was going on. She was most definitely the Epitome of a Woman of God and a Strong Black woman!!! To my cousins, I know all too well your heartache. I can only say that with time you learn how to handle it. One thing for sure is that she has made it to her heavenly home, which can bring us much peace!!! Love you All' Cousin Janice. T