Earl Seipp, 92 son of Westminster Police Chief
Earl Seipp Obituary Westminster, MD – Earl Seipp age 92, of Westminster, died February 5, 2022 in Randallstown, MD from heart-related problems.
A memorial service will be held for Earl Seipp at the Carroll Lutheran Village’s Krug Chapel on Friday, February 18th, 2022, at 3:00 pm. The address is 300 St. Luke Circle Westminster, MD 21158.
Born July 4, 1929, in Westminster, Maryland. Earl was a lifelong resident of Carroll County.
Earl Seipp was the son of the late Charles L. Seipp (former Westminster City Chief of Police) and Helen (Rhodes) Seipp. Earl graduated from Westminster High School in 1947.
He married Elizabeth Jane (White) Seipp in April 1958. Together they raised two daughters, Robin and Heidi. Betty predeceased Earl in June 1997. Soon after her death, Earl took residence at Carroll Lutheran Village where he spent the rest of his life.
Earl served in the U.S. Army from 1948-1951. He was stationed in post-WWII Germany and later in Washington, D.C. He used his VA benefits to pursue a B.A. in Sociology from Western Maryland College.
He had a long career as a life insurance salesman – “selling something no one wants” as he frequently said. He loved horses, shooting sports, photography, high diving, and conservative politics.
Earl was a long-time member of the V.F.W. and served as their chaplain for a decade. Earl was fond of telling stories and reminiscing about the past.
His daughters, Robin Hanna of Florida and Heidi Berry of Virginia survive along with Heidi’s husband, Russ, and their two sons Seth, his wife Michelle, and Roberto.
Earl’s brother, Darryl Seipp and his wife Judy both reside in Westminster. Earl was predeceased by a sister, LaRue Blizzard and his brothers Charles Seipp Jr., Robert Seipp, and Jack Seipp.
A memorial service will be held at the Carroll Lutheran Village’s Krug Chapel on Friday, February 18th, 2022, at 3:00 pm. The address is 300 St. Luke Circle Westminster, MD 21158.
A private graveside service will be held in Virginia. Memorial contributions may be made to assist the work of Samaritan’s Purse (samaritanspurse.org).