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ALBERT JOSEPH LUDWIG SEIDL

Albert Joseph Ludwig Seidl, 84, of Savannah, Georgia and husband of Alice Frost Seidl, died Friday morning, May 3, 2019, at his home.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

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  1. Shannon & Norvin Dickerson says:

    Albert was as unique as any person we have ever known. We understand why Alise fell in love with him. They raised two Tall Ship sailors in the Norwegian Navy. Alise has an outstanding ice cream shop in downtown Savannah and Albert had a wonderful studio with paintings of mermaids, musicians, and race horses. Albert led the St Patrick’s Parade for many years in Savannah. He will be very missed.

  2. Grace Rohland says:

    We will miss Albert. He was an important colleague of all the City Market artists. We remember him fondly as “Father Christmas” and as a wonderful artist and friend. Indeed he and Alise were considered as family.
    He will be remembered in our prayers. Grace Rohland and all members of Gallery Eleven.

  3. Savannah Pipes and Drums says:

    We are deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered.

    “Although it’s difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow”

  4. Tricia Alderman says:

    Albert was a remarkable man married to a remarkable lady. It was a privilege to be in his presence. I always enjoyed my visits with Albert and Alise. My thoughts and prayers are with Alise and family.

  5. David Crampton says:

    Very sorry to hear of Albert’s death. Many condolences to Alise. Albert was much fun to be around..

  6. Sonja Seidl says:

    Grandpa you are so missed. A man of many things, you are in each and every one of us. For all the hearts you have touched and the love you have given. To be the granddaughter of such an amazing talented man is the best thing I could ever ask for. Not only are you my grandpa you are the most talented Artist, Carpenter, Captain, Explorer, Carver, Pirate, Author plus so much more. You have touched the lives of so many in this world. I know you will touch so many more. As I have you so close in my heart and hang your work so proudly on my Walls I know you will always be here to look down on us all. Grandpa I wish so much you were still here to do more of the adventurous things that you Desire. You will always be in our hearts. If I ever need to see you, I I just need to look in my moms eyes ( Patricia ) and Aunt Pia’s Eyes. If I ever need to hear you, I just need to talk to Uncle Marc and Uncle David and if I ever need to feel your love and happiness, Grandma ( Alise ) has all the love in the world.
    If I still need more I just need to look at your Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren.
    Grandpa you are in all of us. Your light will always shine. We all miss you and love you with all our hearts. A piece of you is in all of us.
    I talked to grandma yesterday and I know you were right there with her because in my mind I could hear your laugh and your jokes. I love you and miss you so much right now. It’s so hard.
    Grandpa you are a legend and your stories and adventures will live on forever in our hearts and minds. You are truly missed.
    I Love you Grandpa,
    Love your Granddaughter
    Sonja Seidl ❤️

    P.S
    Grandpa your journey still continues….

  7. Terry and Gary Clark says:

    Alise and family, We just heard of our dear friend Albert’s passing. He was a true renaissance man and we are honored to have known him! As we look around our home we are surrounded by the beauty of you and Albert. Our visits to Savannah were always memorable by spending time you both and witnessing your LOVE for each other! Visiting Albert’s gallery was always a treat and choosing which treasures we would be bringin home . You both will always be so special to us! Much love, Terry and Gary

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