In Loving Memory

Mollie (Ehlert) Seeger

Mollie (Ehlert) Seeger
May 16, 1952
January 27, 2021
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Mollie (Ehlert) Seeger, 68, beloved wife, mother and friend went to be with the Lord on Jan. 27, 2021. Mollie was born on May 16, 1952 in Tomball, Texas. She grew up as a country girl on a dairy farm with four other siblings. She graduated from Hope HS in Arkansas where the family lived for a short time. It was during this period that the family endured a fire that destroyed their home.

Mollie was married to the love of her life, Steven Seeger, for a bond that lasted 41 years. She gave birth to a beautiful daughter, Amber. Over the years, the family lived primarily in the Houston and Austin areas. She worked as an accountant and a florist during her working career.

She was very close to her mother Ivra. Family gatherings were an important part of Mollie’s life. Mollie enjoyed travel to the Caribbean, Canada, and the Rocky Mountains. On one trip, she especially enjoyed swimming with the dolphins. On another trip she went white water rafting.

Mollie had many interests including ancestry and family tree research, music, and reading. Flowers and gardening gave her a special joy. She always had a love for cardinals and hummingbirds, and there was always a spoiled dog in the home.

Mollie endured three courageous battles with cancer and persevered for a remarkably long period of time. Close friends and family were constant visitors, and sent flowers to give her comfort and aid while she was home. The home health care nurses, caregivers and hospice nurses did a wonderful job in caring for her.

Mollie was a beautiful woman with an impeccable appearance. We will always remember her. Rest in peace.

Immediate family members include: Steven Seeger husband, Amber Kammerer daughter
Edwin and Naomi Kleb, Jerrel Ehlert, Sid and Lisa Ehlert , Christine Ehlert.

Extended family members include: The Ehlert family and the Seeger family.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, February 6 at 10 a.m. in Brenham Memorial Chapel.