The Ewing Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your
Dear Steve, Jane, and Ewing Family,
We send sincere sympathy
to you at this time. You have been so kind to us as well as thousands of people in Carlisle when families experience
grief. It has been our great privilege to know your father and your family and to experience the grace and dignity that
both he and all of you have provided to us and others. We have been most fortunate to live in a small town with all of you.
and Allen Shank
Mrs. Joan Ewing and Family
May God Comfort you and your family
at this time.
Norman and Charlene Jackson Thompson, Killeen, Texas
Been there...stay strong.
You have our deepest sympathy, and may god bless you and your family.
Harris and Charles Wallace Jr., Wallace Funeral Directors, Inc. Harrisburg.
Your family has given so much compassion and warmth over the years.
You have our deepest sympathy in this time of sorrow. May the Blessing of God be with you and yours.
Stephen and Connie
Please accept our condolences on your loss. The Carlisle community
has lost a great pillar. Individuals of his caliber are a rarity today. He will be missed but fondly remembered as an outstanding
Nancy & Neal Delisanti
I am sorry to hear of your loss. You are all in our prayers
I pray that God wrap you in His arms of comfort. Seymour, Bill, and
Steven were there when my grandfather passed away and helped our whole family through such a difficult time. Our prayers are
We were deeply saddened to learn of Seymour's passing. He was
a fine man and a good friend. As we mourn our loss, we rejoice and give thanks for the comfort and support Seymour provided
to so many through the years. Our thoughts and prayers remain with Joan and the entire family.
In Christ's Love,
and Susan Startzel; Washington, DC
I have been coming to Ewing Brothers for services since I was a kid.
Seymour was always there with a kind word and a smile of comfort. I will miss him and Carlisle will miss him.
It was only yesterday (45 years) that your father and Uncle helped
our family in our time of need. Over the years I enjoyed the conversation and casual meetings the brothers had when we would
meet. You are in my prayers and I will cherish the memories. God be with you and the family.
Ron Strine, Carlisle
I was very sorry to hear about Seymour, he was a friend, who I will
miss, he leaves me with pleasant memories, a very good man.
Jay V. Stone
Please accept my most sincere condolences on the passing of your
husband, father, and brother. He was a very special and honorable man who will be missed by anyone who knew him.
I was a waitress at the Farmers Market Restaurant through high school and college (1993-1999). I have always remembered
Seymour and Bill fondly over the years. I was able to speak to Seymour and Bill at my father's funeral, which they directed
in 2004. I'm not quite sure if Seymour remembered me, but I never forgot him or Bill. Seymour was always very
interested in my school work and my plans after graduation. I always enjoyed our playful conversations and loved the
moments when the restaurant wasn't busy and I could lean up in the corner of the front counter and chat at length. Back
then he was eating a "heartier" breakfast, including home fries and bacon, in his words, "Cremate them both!" He would
always answer the questions I had about his business and I always appreciated his honesty and willingness to satisfy my curiosity.
I enjoyed the rare moments when Seymour and Bill came in together, they seemed to still enjoy fooling the other customers
into trying to guess who was who. I learned early on, when in doubt, look at the wedding band- Silver for Seymour.
I gave birth to twins in November and couldn't help but think of them and what a kick they would get out of that. Again,
please accept my condolences. He was liked and admired by so many. I will miss him.
Jessica A. Shull (Ward)
We were very sad to hear of your father's death. Please know that
you are in our thoughts and our prayers.
Greg Knox and family
I have known Seymour for 52 years. Services at the funeral home
will never be the same without his kind words. He will be missed by many, but I know he will be welcomed by loving arms.
He will again be with dear Elwood.
Barry A. Grove
Steve and family,
For so many years your father has been so
kind and compassionate to so many of us. Carlisle will surely miss him. I offer my sincerest sympathy during this
Jenny Brown Spangler
Joan, my prayers are with you and your family that God will give you
strength during this difficult time.
My thoughts and prayers go out to all the Ewing family members.
My sister Chris and I have known William and Seymore since we were kids. We will miss him. My prayers
go out to William on the loss of his brother. He is now in a safe and beautiful place with God. David and Martha
Miller and Family
Martha Bielicki Miller and Family
We were very sorry to hear of the passing of Seymour Ewing. We
extend our deepest sympathy to the entire Ewing family and our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Fay Cherry, Charles Westcott, Gary Westcott
As an employee and a friend, I was privileged to have known and worked
with Seymour. His knowledge of Carlisle history taught me more than any history book ever could. I will treasure
him always and miss him. In this time of need, my thoughts and prayers go to Joan, Steve, Bobby, Bill and the rest of
the extended family.
Dear Steve, Bobby and Joan,
My deepest sympathies. I'm glad I got
to see Seymour one last time just a few months ago.
Our hearts have been heavy since we learned that Seymour
lost his valiant effort to live. He will be sorely missed by our community. We pray for your strength and health
as you deal with this tremendous loss.
Jim and Pat Simms
Steve and Family,
We're so sorry to hear of the loss of your father.
I can remember seeing him when I was a little girl, having breakfast at the Farmer's Market. You are in our thoughts
and prayers during such a difficult time. With Deepest Sympathy-
Brandon & Ali (Griffie) Parker
As a nephew and cousin, I want you to know how sorry Teri and I are in
the passing of Seymour. I always respected Uncle Seymour and admired his dedication to his business and his strong desire
to take care of his family and the many families that Ewing Brothers helped to comfort over the years. I never heard
my Uncle get upset or have a bad word to say about anyone. He was a man of integrity. I get much self esteem
from what I do, I saw that in Seymour. I know he was proud of what he did and he was proud to be serving families
in Carlisle, PA. He was a rock in my life, a pillar in his community and a friend to many. I would be proud
to call him my father as I know you and Bobby are!! I am proud to say he was my uncle and will miss him, especially
during our holiday time together. Love, Dave
Dave Punt & family
For all the times your family was there when mine was going thru a loss,
just want to be there for yours. Thoughts and prayers are with you.
Susan M Wolf
You offered so much support before and after I lost my mother
in June. Whether it was a quick call or a long talk, your kind words gave me hope and strength. Your friendship
means the world to me. Please know that I am here for you just as you were for me.
You have no idea
how truly thankful I am for your kindness and service that you offered to me and my family after losing my mother in June.
Losing a parent is never easy, however, the support that was offered from people like yourself and others is what gave me
strength. I hope the same for you and your family. What an honor it was to meet and be served by "The Ewing Bros."
Family. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless you all.
(Sandra Railing's Daughter)
We extend our deepest sympathy to the entire Ewing family. Our
thoughts and prayers are with you all.
WIOO Country Gold Radio Staff & Management
I was very sad to hear of the death of Seymour Ewing. Please accept
my sincere sympathy.
Sharon at Veterans Affairs
Please accept my condolences on Seymour's passing.
Sorry to hear of the death of Seymour. I thought a lot
of him. He and Bill were the true funeral directors of Carlisle.
Mickey Shoop (Reuben Shoop's son of Newville)
JOAN, MY HEART GOES OUT TO YOU. I AM SO SORRY. MY CONDOLENCES
TO YOU AND THE ENTIRE EWING FAMILY. I WISH I COULD OFFER THE SAME COMFORT TO ALL OF YOU THAT YOUR FAMILY AFFORDED TO
ME AND MY FAMILY DURING OUR LOSS. I FEEL YOUR PAIN, AND WHATEVER I CAN DO TO HELP, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL ON ME.
IN PRAYERS AND DEEPEST SYMPATHY,
Seymour's passing will leave a void in in our lives, I will miss his
dry sense of humor and his comments on the passing scene in Carlisle, a town he loved.
Somehow Carlisle will not be
the same without Seymour. Our Condolences to his family
Jim & Arlene Adams
Words cannot thoroughly express the sadness our family feels for your
loss. Mr. Ewing was a much-trusted and well-respected fixture in the Carlisle Community. He provided me and my
very large and extended family with support and comfort through a great many years. He will be missed. Every
loss is a challenge to grow. Growth requires change, and change is often painful. Our thoughts and hearts are with you.
M. Werdebach, Woodbridge VA
I am honored to be able to say that I have known Seymour and Bill all
of my life. Growing up with the brothers was like having another older brother who I knew would always be there if I needed
them. This was the type of person he was and the world has lost a really good person. Our condolences to his family, many
of whom myself and my family have known for years and been honored to call friends.
Emma Jane Johnson Shields and Family
My prayers are with you in this time of loss no words will change the
way you are feeling, but the memories will always be with you. God Bless
Karen Williams and Harry Wickard
Joan and family,
You have my deepest sympathy and no words can take
sorrow you bear.
You are in my prayers.
Dear Steve and Ewing Family Members:
My wife and I are very sorry
to hear about the loss of Mr. Seymour Ewing.
We hope you can draw strength from your church and all the families you've
served and helped throughout the years.
Rusty Shughart (grandson of Richard and Thelma Gatten)
Steve and Bobby,
Please except my condolences for the loss of your
father. He was a hero to so many families in Carlisle. He and your Uncle touched so many at the most difficult time of their
lives. You two can be proud and will be expected to mirror his grace and comforting mannerisms. Although I have not seen either
of you in many years I remember you both as good friends and regret that I cannot be in Carlisle for his services. God Bless
you and your families.
Douglas W Sliker, Snow Hill NC
It was always a pleasure to talk to Seymour at Chamber mixers or when
he and Joan came to Rillo's for dinner. He will be missed!
Joan and family,
We are very sorry for your loss. Now our family
members are at peace and no more pain and suffering.
Randy and Krista Uplinger
Steve - To you and your family our prayers, thoughts and concerns as
you mourn the death of your father, Seymour. Over the years it has always been a pleasure to work with you and families that
selected the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home. Again God bless.
Bill & Linda Pipp
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