It is with tremendous sadness that the family of Melissa Ann Seibel announces her passing on June 24, 2021, following a recent diagnosis of leukemia.
Born Melissa Ann Burrow on November 26, 1951 in Rochester, New York, Melissa first lived in Palmyra, New York before moving to Camarillo, CA in 1960. There she attended Pleasant Valley Elementary School before graduating from Camarillo High School in 1969. Shortly after graduating, she met her future husband, Roland Gene Seibel and was married on May 15, 1970. They were together for the remainder of her life, and will be together for eternity.
After marriage, Melissa along with her husband and their daughter Wendy lived in Culver City. They then resided in Amesbury, Massachusetts for several years before making their permanent home in Lancaster California.
Over the years, Melissa worked in property management where she was responsible for the operations of various apartment complexes and the renovation of senior properties. She enjoyed her work and the residents of the various communities.
Melissa is survived by her husband Roland, daughter Wendy Cullen along with Wendy’s husband Zac Cullen and their daughters Ashlynn and Kyla. She also leaves behind her brothers; Bob Burrow and Larry Burrow and their families. Melissa was predeceased by her parents Robert Burrow and Pearl Burrow.
Melissa had a variety of interests which she shared with her family and friends. She loved cooking and sharing her dishes. She also was fascinated by genealogy and was a proud member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, tracking her family roots before they had come to America. Her other interests included spoiling her granddaughters, collecting antiques, reading, the Dodgers, and playing slot machines in Laughlin and Las Vegas. High on her list was cruising with Princess Cruise Line, having traveled to Alaska, Mexico and Panama.
When you share any of these or other interests, think of Melissa and smile. She will always be remembered as she is laid to rest at the Conejo Mountain Memorial Park in Camarillo on July 8th 2021. Please contact family for further details.
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