Elaine Yeutter Seiler—1/13/2018

Elaine Yeutter Seiler (nee Parvis), at age 80 went home to her Lord January 13, 2018. Elaine was born in Pottsville, PA October 4, 1937 to William F. Parvis and Edith Berger. She grew up in Roxborough, spending many hours “walking the Ridge.” It’s what you did back then. She attended Roxborough high school, and went on to earn her M.Ed. at Temple University in Education. Elaine worked for the North Penn School District for 30 years as a business educator and technology specialist. Elaine helped pioneer the use of computers in the business education department. With her husband, Ronald Seiler she owned Computer and Office Training in Lansdale. Most recently Elaine worked as a realtor for Keller Williams in Montgomeryville. She was a member of the PEAK center Tappers.

Elaine loved being with family. Whether sitting by the pool, eating a big dinner, or relaxing in Ocean City, NJ, she always loved being surrounded by family. She enjoyed experimenting with stained glass, and digging up plants in the garden and moving them to where she thought they should be.

Elaine’s was preceded in death by her first husband Walter J. Yeutter. She is survived by her husband, Ronald Seiler. She is also survived by her son, Walter Yeutter, her daughter and son-in-law Marlene and David Krempasky, and her daughter and son-in-law Marilyn and Rodney Sickel. Elane had six grandchildren of whom she was so very proud, Lisa Yeutter, Jacob Krempasky, Brian Krempasky, Nichole Sickel, Alex Sickel, and Lauren Sickel.

There will be a memorial service at 11 am on Saturday, January 20, 2018 at Pleasantville United Church of Christ, 3424 Limekiln Pike, Chalfont, PA 18914. The family will receive guests starting at 10 am. In lieu of flowers, Elaine would like contributions to the North Penn Boys and Girls Club, 16 Susquehanna Ave., Lansdale, PA 19446, or to Pleasantville UCC at the above address.

5 thoughts on “Elaine Yeutter Seiler—1/13/2018

  1. Elaine is the mother to my very dear friend Marlene. Elaine was always gracious and welcoming to our family when our families gathered at the beach. She always had a project and wonderful sense of humor! We will miss her dearly. Linda McInerney

  2. Elaine was a fixture in my childhood, teen years and well into middle age. She tucked us in at sleepovers, made sure I wad gainfully employed at her shore house, and drove me to pick up my wedding dress, was our realtor for our current house. Most importantly she was a true friend to my Mom and a support to me when I needed her most. I’m glad she lived full, adventurous life.

  3. I loved Elaine’s personality .. always upbeat and so fun loving. I have a key chain with about ten keys dangling from it which always reminds me of Elaine. I remember when I was a teenager she had a gigantic wooden keychain so she wouldn’t lose her keys. In fact she still lost her keys often and I believe the key chain disappeared for good when she moved from the bluebell house. I have the same problem with my giant ring of keys .. always misplacing them … every time I find them this memory pops up…..

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