Ingeborg Siller

 

February 14, 2024

Ingeborg Siller: Born Oct 15, 1931, made her transition to the afterlife Jan. 9, 2024. What a full life this 92-year-old woman had!

She survived World War II as a refugee and as a Near Death Experiencer (NDEer) when she died at the hands of a U.S. soldier, crossed over to the other side, and came back to live the rest of her life as an immigrant to the U.S., mom to two girls and their mates, Oma to three grandkids and their partners, and three great-grandchildren.

She was a chemist in Germany, ran a deli, managed health food stores, volunteered for a local conservation district, Padilla Bay Reserve, La Conner Library, Skagit County Historical Museum, La Conner Senior Center.

Near the end of her long life, her world got a bit smaller, but she still enjoyed nature from her window: fed the birds daily, and tended to her porch garden. The day before her transition, she squeezed my hand every time I mentioned her loved ones, and adventures from her lifetime.

Now Inge is beaming her love from across the veil. Auf Wiedersehen, Inge! which literally translates to "until our reunion; that we may see each other again."

I will celebrate her life by dancing at the Summer La Conner Live concerts. It was our Sunday daughter and mom date. With love, Elke Macartney

 

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