It is with a celebration of a life well lived, that we share the news of Dorothee Lillian Long’s passing on February 18, 2017. She lived a long, loved life, finally passing on at the age of 90. Old age runs in the Long family even through marriage.
Her Daughter Cindy Zemater shared this message about her Mother.
“The 3 Long brothers, Harold, Donald & Warren, all married very special talented women. My mother, Dorothee, was a talented artist and poet, besides having a long business career in various positions. Mom’s top priority was her family, which she was extremely devoted to. She was interested in learning about our genealogical roots. Glenn and I told her about the wonderful Long family reunion in 2015 that you planned.”
We wanted to share her obituary for anyone that would like to read more.
Dorothee Lillian Long (nee Seipp), 90, passed away on Saturday, February 18, 2017. Dorothee was the beloved wife for 60 years of the late Warren; dearest daughter of the late Walter and the late Lillie (nee Kelsen) Seipp; dear daughter-in-law of the late Jesse and the late Lillian (nee Hausen) Long; devoted mother of Cynthia (the late Jack) Zemater, Glenn Long and Carolyn Cooper; proud grandmother of John Zemater, Katrina Cooper, Justine (Bradley) Robinson, Kristiana (Bradley) Price, Captain Bennett Long, and Matthew Zemater; proud great-grandmother of Quinn Price; dear sister of the late Joan (the late Russ) Flores and Walter (Patricia) Seipp; fond sister-in-law of the late Harold (the late Marjorie) Long and the late Donald (Betty) Long; and dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. 10:00 A.M. visitation and 11:00 A.M. memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 11, at Southminster Presbyterian Church, 680 S. Park Blvd., Glen Ellyn. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Dorothee’s memory to the Art Institute of Chicago (https://sales.artic.edu/contribute) would be appreciated. For information, 847-635-5900 or www.riverwoodsfc.com.
Published in Chicago Suburban Daily Herald on Mar. 7, 2017
We send our sincere sympathies to the Long family and are grateful for their generosity in sharing this insight into Dorothee’s well lived life. Her family was devoted to her.