Shirley M. Sepik

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Shirley M. Sepik, 91, formerly of Pardoe, passed away on Monday morning, June 17, 2019 in UPMC Horizon, Greenville.
Shirley was born on May 31, 1928 in Stoneboro, to William and Mary (Greer) McGuire. She married Edward S. Sepik on Oct. 22, 1949; he preceded her in death Nov. 6, 1986.
She was raised in Stoneboro and graduated from Stoneboro High School in 1946. Shirley was a self-employed beautician working out of her home for over 50 years.
She was a member of St. Hermingilds Catholic Church, Pardoe.
Shirley had a zest for life and a spunky attitude; she never met a set of stairs that she didn't want to run up.
She loved to garden, spending time outdoors, artwork and collecting glassware and antiques.
Most of all, she loved her family and enjoyed taking care of them.
She is survived by four children, Mark Sepik and wife Sherry, Mercer; Marla Sepik, Cranberry; Lori Stainbrook and husband Ronald "Larry", Greenville; and Lisa Rennell and husband Charles, Rochester, N.Y.; five grandchildren, Shawn Haslet, Drew Sepik, Kyle Conto, Sergei and Sydney Stainbrook; one great-granddaughter, Paige Mary Haslet; and one sister, Rosanne McGuire.
Shirley was preceded in death by her parents; husband; a sister, Mary McGurie; and three brothers, Mickey, LaMont and Robert McGuire.
Memorials to: St. Paul's Senior Living Community, (Eden Alternative Fund) 339 Jamestown Road, Greenville, 16125.



SEPIK
Shirley M., 91, formerly of Pardoe.
Visitation: 11 a.m. until the time of service Thursday (6-20-19) at CUNNINGHAM FUNERAL HOME Inc., 306 Bessemer Ave., Grove City.
Funeral: Noon Thursday, in the funeral home.
Burial: Crestview Memorial Park.
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Published on June 18, 2019
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