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Catherine Liger Siegling
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • St. John's Lutheran Church
    5 Clifford Street
    Charleston, SC 29401
  • Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
    50 Folly Road
    Charleston, SC 29407

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“Cassie´s warm smile lit up the room whenever Mildred and I encountered her in the dining room at the Benton House. She was in the middle of any fun...Read More »
1 of 23 | Posted by: Judy Arrington

“I am thinking of Cassie today and glad it is a beautiful morning to celebrate her life. She made me a better tennis player and a better person. She...Read More »
2 of 23 | Posted by: Nancy Barnwell - Charleston, SC

“As Aunt Cassie joins all her sisters ,brothers mother and father in heaven, I know there is a family reunion full of happiness and peace. God...Read More »
3 of 23 | Posted by: Lyn Swan - Charleston, SC

“I am so sad to hear of Cassie's passing She was a bright light at the Benton House when I worked there. I used to live helping her fix her coffee...Read More »
4 of 23 | Posted by: Harriett Grady - Charleston, SC

Birthday celebration, our last visit with Cassie. Outback Steakhouse was one of her favorites.
5 of 23 | Posted by: Deanna McDaniel - Ridgeway, SC

“Robin and Family... Ms. Cassie was such a happy Person and we feel blessed to have known her. She brought joy to so many people. You now have a...Read More »
6 of 23 | Posted by: Kay (and James) Godfrey - SC

“Cassie and I were on the same tennis team many years ago. She was always so full of energy, fun and laughter. She was a great team player and a...Read More »
7 of 23 | Posted by: Janet Masonberg - Charleston, SC

“Sending deepest sympathies during this difficult time. ”
8 of 23 | Posted by: Linda Siegling Kelly - FL

“I remember the smile on momma pitman face and spoiling me at work lol also allowing my family to blend with hers she will be missed love u guys stay...Read More »
9 of 23 | Posted by: Lachondria Legare Taylor

“I am so grateful for having been in Cassie's world. Knowing and working with her for so many years was a true blessing. While most people looked...Read More »
10 of 23 | Posted by: Rick Aldret - Summerville, SC

“Tommy Darling was what Ms Cassie started calling me so many years ago. We had this ongoing little joke,that if she was 30 years younger or if i were...Read More »
11 of 23 | Posted by: thomas stelling - Charleston, SC

“My moma was the best person in the world, ”
12 of 23 | Posted by: Lee Plate' - Charleston, SC - Son

“Dearest Robin, Lee, Cas,Angel Gregory, Shellie,Drayton, Tradd and Waylon, Joe and I want to express our deepest sympathy to you all.Your Mother was...Read More »
13 of 23 | Posted by: Deanna McDaniel - Ridgeway, SC

“For the family you all have my condolences on the passing of your love one that's was my girl her face use to lite up when she see me I go and get...Read More »
14 of 23 | Posted by: Rusneshia Smalls-Powell - SC

“I remember all of the fun that Cassie had with her tennis friends at the Charleston Tennis Center. She loved playing team tennis. She was such a nice...Read More »
15 of 23 | Posted by: Peggy Bohne - Charleston, SC

“I have many wonderful memories of my dear Aunt Cassie, from spending time with her in family visits, both in Florida growing up, as well as in...Read More »
16 of 23 | Posted by: Meg Holzel Davis - Mason, OH

“With deepest sympathy. Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. Blessings to you and the family in your time of bereavement. ❤❤. ”
17 of 23 | Posted by: Mary McNeal - Johns Island, SC

“I am so sorry for the loss of aunt Cassie, she was the best! I will miss her so much, y'all are in my thoughts and prayers, I Love y'all! ”
18 of 23 | Posted by: Randall Liger - Charleston, SC

“I can still see Miss Cassie beautiful smile, hear the sound of her laughter and feel the sincerity of her warm hugs. She demonstrated unconditional...Read More »
19 of 23 | Posted by: Valarie Pritchard - Charleston, SC

“Few people that I have known have had as much spirit and resilience as my Aunt Cassie. She always saw the good in everyone and would put the needs of...Read More »
20 of 23 | Posted by: Rob Holzel - Boston, MA - Family

“I am so blessed to have known Miss Cassie. She was such a beautiful woman, inside and out. She was always warm and welcoming, fun to be around, and...Read More »
21 of 23 | Posted by: Fran Fisher - Charleston, SC

“I still can't believe that this beautiful lady isn't with us any more. I will always miss your warm hugs. Thank you for treating me so special every...Read More »
22 of 23 | Posted by: Terri Austin - Charleston, SC

“Loved the lady. She brought love and light to my family when she married my Uncle Cas. She also brought my cousins Lee, Robin and her grandson...Read More »
23 of 23 | Posted by: Fran Siegling-Price - Wayne, NJ

Catherine Liger Siegling, 85, of Charleston, South Carolina, widow of the late Charles Casimir Siegling, Jr., entered into eternal rest Wednesday, January 6, 2021. Her Memorial Service will be held graveside Saturday, January 23, 2021 in Live Oak Memorial Gardens at 11:00 a.m. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc. Downtown Chapel.

Cassie was born January 12, 1935 in Charleston, South Carolina, daughter of the late William Robert Liger and Vallie Youngblood Liger. She was a graduate of St. Andrews Parish High School, SC Baptist Hospital School of Nursing and MUSC BA of Health Sciences. Catherine was a charter member and head of SC Nurses Association, Director of First Women's Halfway house in Charleston, SC "Shamrock House" and was a clinical counselor with a Masters in Counseling for addiction. Catherine served as a public health nurse before transitioning to the Charleston County Substance Abuse Commission where she established the Employee Assistance Program and served as the direct for over 20 years. After retirement she worked for Charleston County School District as a school nurse for Stono Elementary. She was an avid member of St. John's Lutheran Church.

Catherine is survived by her daughter, Robin Pitman of Charleston, SC; two sons: Edgar LeRoy "Lee" Plate, Jr. (Sheryl) and Charles Casimir "Cas" Siegling III (Angel) all of Charleston, SC; grandchildren: Gregory and Shellie Pitman, Drayton Siegling and Tradd Siegling; and great-grandson, Waylon Pitman.

Memorials may be made to St. John's Lutheran Church or Susan G. Komen Foundation.