Lorena ‘Rene’ Seekman

Lorena ‘Rene’ Seekman

Lorena ‘Rene’ Seekman of Otsego passed away Thursday, August 29, 2013 at her home. Rene was born October 13, 1938 in Parchment to Clayton and Ethel (Taylor) Warner.

She was very artistic and in her leisure time enjoyed painting, water colors, pencil drawing, ceramics and had a great sense of humor. Rene was employed as a cook at Pipp Hospital in Plainwell where she worked for several years. 
She is survived by her husband of 10 years, Stanley Seekman; her children, Annie Staton, Debbie Moore, Danny Tyrie, Deanne, Kelly Northrop, Laura Ferrara; 9 grandchildren, Katy, EliMae, Hannah, Danny Jr., Mary, Jacob, Jaqueline, Alex and Wally; a sister, Lila (Lynn) Rake of Wayland; several nieces and nephews.

Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be announced at a later date.

Messages of condolence may be posted at www.WinkelFuneralHome.com

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  1. Donna Mead says:

    So sorry to hear about Renee, Please let me know when the memorial service will be. She and I always had alot of fun together. She was a fantastic lady.

  2. verlatrimm says:

    So sorry Rolly to hear of your Sisters passing away. Have known you girls forever.. Love & prayers.

  3. Patti (Khodl) Hewitt says:

    Am sad to hear of Rene’s passing. I always liked her. I knew her from working at Pipp. Rene was always pleasant, a hard worker and a joy to be around. So sorry that she is gone.

  4. Lisa Sutton says:

    Awwwww, what a wonderful person Rene was. She would always go out of her way to help people at Pipp. She was by far the best cook there and the friendliest person. Always good for a laugh. She will be missed. RIP Rene

  5. G. William Gregg DVM says:

    I have known Rene for 33 years. She was among my first friends and clients when Jeannie and I moved here from West Virginia. It wasn’t long before I found out she made the best pies ever and she found out that I held pie in highest regard as the one true dessert from heaven. Rene was a true angel who graced a lot of souls during her earthly stay with her gentle heart and genuine warmth of friendship.
    My sorrow and empathy to family and friends but this angel has been called to the highest of thrones to serve her love (and pie) to all our passed loved ones. I love you Rene and will miss you.

  6. Campbell Family says:

    Stanley and Family we are so Sorry for the loss of your Wife,Mother,and Grandma Rene was a Very Special Person whenever I would come and pick up the food that she made she would always tell me to get a can of pop for me and the other person that was working with me that day she will be greatly missed and forever in are hearts Love The Campbell Family

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