Visitation: 10am-11am Saturday, March 18, 2023 Trinity Baptist Church, 124 Ellis St., Carthage, MS 39051.
Memorial service: 11am Saturday, March 18, 2023 Trinity Baptist Church, 124 Ellis St., Carthage, MS 39051.
Arrangements were entrusted to the care of Ott & Lee Funeral Home in Morton.
**MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE IN HONOR OF SHEILA TO, St. Jude Childrens Hospital, in memory of Sheila Craig Seaney.
Sheila June Craig Seaney
Was a resident of Lena, Mississippi.
Sheila, age 65, won her ultimate victory and went to be with her Lord and Savior after valiantly fighting cancer on March 13, 2023 at the MS Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. A memorial service will be held in her honor Saturday, March 18, 2023 at Trinity Baptist Church, 124 Ellis St., Carthage Mississippi. Visitation will be at 10 am followed by a memorial service at 11 am.
Sheila was born in Carthage, Mississippi on May 24, 1957. She was the Deputy Director of Scott County EMA. She faithfully served her community for over 30 years as an EMT/ Firefighter. More importantly she was a loving wife, daughter, mother, sister, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, cousin and friend. She was loved by everyone that came in contact with her. Sheila loved being in the outdoors doing anything from hunting and fishing to weed eating. She also loved to crochet, sketch and spend time with her family which also included her fur babies.
Survivors are, Alvin F. Seaney, husband of 46 years; mother, Mary Craig; sister, Janell Pigg (Barry Pigg), sister, Brenda Wright (Phil Wright); brother , Ben Craig (Amy Craig), brother - Raymond Craig; daughter, Shownie Price (Jathan Price), daughter, Misty Pittman (Derrick Pittman), daughter, Sandi Patrick (McKenzie Patrick); son, Gage Seaney (Breanna Seaney); 5 granddaughters; 5 grandsons; 2 great granddaughters; 2 great grandsons; A host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Predeceased in death by, father - Nigal Craig.
In lieu of flowers, she requested that donations be made to St Jude Children’s Hospital in her name.
Sheila (A Precious Soul)
The first to smile, the first to laugh any time that she walked in.
No matter your past or who you were, the first to call you friend.
Many things to many people all throughout her life
But the titles that meant the most to her were Mom, Mawmaw, and wife.
Always there to lend a hand if ever you were in need
A hug, a smile, a comforting word, a precious soul indeed.
A day on the water or in a deer stand or riding on a mower,
The finer things didn’t impress her much, the simple things meant more.
Even in her final days, as her health started to decline,
She was still calling and checking, making sure others were fine.
Until that Monday morning, when she opened up her eyes,
Not to see machines and doctors, but angels coming through the skies.
No more struggling to breathe in a body tired and sore,
But dancing down a street of gold, with peace forevermore.
We’re still here with a hole in our hearts that no one else can fill,
A pain that only God knows that only He can mend and heal.
We may not have her with us here to touch or hug or hold,
But there is day we’ll meet again and that’ll be on streets of gold.
When days ahead are dark and grey and grief won’t seem to end,
Just remember the precious memories until we meet again!