Augusta Seitsinger

Augusta “Gussie”  Seitsinger

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Augusta “Gussie” E. Seitsinger was born in Midland, Oklahoma, to May (Bowling) and Tommy Beard. She was raised at the Bethany Catholic Orphanage from the age of 9 to 18. She was a loving wife and mother, and a true homemaker. She was preceded in death by her parents, and 6 siblings. Gussie is survived by her husband, Bob Seitsinger Sr., 4 children, 9 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild.

Visitation will be held at Matthews Funeral Home, 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Tuesday, April 7th, 2020.  A memorial service will be held at a later date.

7 thoughts on “Augusta Seitsinger”

  1. I knew Gussie back in the 70’s she would come in my laundry mat and do her laundry once a week, we talked, and talked and talked. She would bring me a loaf of banana bread all the time it was so good. She was such a lovely lady I valued our friendship so much. Rest in peace Gussie. Linda Lackey

    1. Thank you, I remember you Linda, she always enjoyed talking to you, it felt like our second home lol, my grandma would drag my brother and I up there and we would Rome around while she did laundry.

      Chuck Seitsinger

      1. Linda Lackey

        Hi Chuck, I was so sad when I saw her name in the paper, seeing her face brought back so many memories. I remember you too u were a good kid, and sometimes back then I felt like she was my second mother. I truly loved your grandma, we got to know each other pretty well. Take care of yourself Chuck u will see her again one day,i truly believe that. If u would like to e-mail me or call me please do. 405-212-8201

  2. Max Tuepker

    Grew up riding the bus and going to school with the Seitsinger boys. Did cub scouts too, that’s how I got to know Gussie. Good family and a good lady. RIP and God Bless!

    1. Thank you so much. BOB sir. Remembers you so well and says, thank you so much. Bobby.

    2. Gussie, you always had a happy spirit Everytime I would come by. you would be so kind, you simply had a kind and loving spirit to you. Bob was lucky to have a wife that loved and cared for him hand and foot for so many years, you did a Great job and it was you’re time to go to heaven. Rest in peace my dear friend. ~T~

  3. Jinger Tuepker Harris

    I spent so many fun times at the Seitsingers. I could go on and on with memories of you all but especially Toni. Gussie was such a kind lady. Always had a sweet smile and sparkle in her eyes.
    It’s so hard to lose our mama’s. I know she’ll be missed.
    Blessings to you all.

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