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17 Seigal "Seig" gt m Norrington, 91, of Forsyth, eL m died 3:50 am, ' Thursday, November 8, 2012, at McKinley to Court Care to Center, ,--, Decatur. tO Funeral services were Monday, Novem- ber 12, 2012, at Brintlinger and Earl Funeral Home, Decatur. Burial was in Steenbergen Cemetery, with military rites conducted by the Macon County Honor Guard. He was preceded in death by his par- ents, one sister, two brothers, and daugh- ter-kn-law Deborah Norrington. ' Seig was born April 4, 1921, in Win- slow, IN, the son of Charles William and L. Alice (McCord) Norrington. He mar- ried Verna M. Manley on September 5, 1958 in Lake Fork. Seig worked for King-Lar Company, Longbons, and Grimstads, retiring in 1983 after 36 years as a Sheet Metal Worker. He was a member of Sheet Metal Workers Local Union #218 for 65 years, Lifetime Member of VFW Post #99, and member of American Legion Post #2008 in Forsyth. Seig was a U.S. Army veteran, serving in WWII in Europe. He was hon- ored to go on the WWII Honor Flight to WashingtOn D.C. on October 5, 2010. He was a member of the First Chris- tian Church, Clinton. Seig was a former member of Northwest Christian Church and a charter member of Mound Road Christian Church in Decatur. He made the steeple and copper cross in the audito- rium of each church. He enjoyed gardening, fishing, wood- working, watching the St. Louis Cardi- nals, and was a handyman who would try to fix anything. Seig believed in a strong work ethic. He is survived-by his wife of 54 years, Verna of Forsyth; children Michael P. Norrington and wife Mary Lou of Car- bondale, Susan J. Longfellow and husband Jack of Decatur, Kam M. Norrington of Forsyth; grandchildren Tamara Evey of St. Louis, Brad GiUespie of Indianapolis, Todd Norrington and wife Dannyel of CarterviUe, Lori Gillespie of Champaign, Christopher Norrington and wife Karissa of Fairview Heights; and great grandchil- dren Olivia Norrington of CarterviUe, Brayden Gillespie of Indianapolis, and Paul Norrington of Carterville. The family would like to thank Dr. B. Yocks, Dr. D. Patel, the staff at McKin- ley Court Care Centre, especially nurses Angie and Kim for their compassionate care. Memorials: Alzheimers Association or First Christian Church in Clinton. Nathan John Morrow, 31, of Carbondale, formerly of Mt. Pulaski, died at 3:56 pm Thursday November 15, 2012 at St. Louis University Hospital, St. Louis. His maternal grandmother Edna Yagow preceded him in death. Nathan was a full time student, but until recently was the inventory manager at Petco in Carbondale. He was an avid fish- erman and gardener, loved raising snakes and fish and was a metal-smith. He was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Carbondale. Louise E. Coates Colby Davis, age 86, of Lincoln, at 11:37 A.M. November 6, 2012 at Sf Clara's Manor. Louise was born October 23, 1926 in Lincoln, the daughter of Otis and Cora Wieber Coates. She was united in mar- riage to Harvey M. Davis on October 9, 1974 in Elkhart. He preceded her in death on June 18, 2006. Louise was a retired register nurse and a homemaker. Louise is survived by son - Thomas (Hallie) Colby of Springfield, daughters Nathan was born September 17, 1981 in Decatur to Ray "Butch" and Gloria Marie Yagow Morrow. They survive of Mt. Pulaski. Also surviving him is his brother Sam (Pare) Morrow of Warrens- burg, maternal grandfather Raymond Yagow of Mt. Pulaski and paternal grand- parents Arland and Barbara Morrow of HallsviUe. Services were Tuesday, November 20 at Mt. Pulaski Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Robert Gray and Rev. Christopher Decker officiated. Burial was in Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. There will also be a memorial service at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Carbondale at 3 pm Sunday November 25. Arrangements by Fricke - Calvert - Schrader Funeral Home, Mt. Pulaski. - Barbara (Jeff) Pirmann of Springfield, Carol (Dean) Kaesebier of Fairhope, Alabama, Ann (Bob Bishop) Reichle of Lincoln, and Joy (Terry) Blum of Taber- nash, Colorado; sisters - Marian Haseley of Lincoln and Lois Mayberry of Oska- loosa, Iowa; grandchildren - Tara (Jeff) Kaesebier Zuerlein, Joy (Danny) Gould, Alexa Colby, Beth (Jason) Stephens, Stephanie (Jill Ambroson) Reichle, Todd (Margaret) Blum, Emily (Tyler) Winters, and Tim Pirmann; and great grandchil- dren - Chelsea, Amber, Adam, Kyle, Colby, Eli, Cooper, Luke, Quinn, LiUiana, Michael, Cierra, Ariana and Nolan. Funeral services were Thursday Novem- ber 8 at Zion Lutheran Church, Lincoln. Burial was in Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. 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