We would like to offer our sincere support to anyone coping with grief. Enter
your email below for our complimentary daily grief messages. Messages run for up to one year and you
can stop at any time. Your email will not be used for any other purpose.
February 27, 1944 ~ October 30, 2022 (age 78) 78 Years Old
14 Trees, Flowers, or Condolences have been shared with support of Eva's family - View on Tribute Wall
Read more about the life story of Eva and share your memory.
Eva Sieminski 78, passed away peacefully on October 30, 2022 at Regional Hospice in Danbury, CT surrounded by her husband and children. Born to Allan and Rita Tourout, Eva was raised in Piccadilly, Newfoundland, Canada.
Predeceased by her parents and siblings Amab Tourout, Dorothy Ogden, and Inez Rose, Eva has been the beloved wife of Richard Sieminski for 38 years and is the loving mother of Don Villeneuve (Karin) of New Canaan, CT, Diana Villeneuve of Stratford, PEI, Gail King-Villeneuve (Kirsty) of Fort Lauderdale, FL and Peter Sieminski (Anna) of Yorktown Heights, NY. She is also survived by loving brothers Pious Tourout (Sarah), Kevin Tourout (Pauline), Allan Tourout (Peggy), and Finton Tourout (Paula), and her cherished grandchildren Larra, Dylan, Orise, Daniel, Justin, and Riley, and adoring great grandchildren Connor, Arden, and Hudson.
A long-time resident of both Briarcliff Manor and New Castle, Eva most recently has resided in Shrub Oak, and has been a resident of Westchester since 1964.
She was a devoted Catholic and a member of Saint Theresa Parish – Briarcliff for 55 years. Although her passion was being a homemaker and raising her four children, Eva professionally spent several years as an administrator for Lincoln Manor Nursing Home and the Olson and Gordon Office Supply company. Eva has had a strong loving bond with her children and enjoyed attending their endless field hockey, basketball, soccer, and baseball practices and games. Aside from being an avid Yankee fan, Eva would never miss watching Villanova basketball games on TV and was known for placing a special hex on opponents’ free throws.
She also derived great joy participating in church and school fundraisers, caring for her pet dogs, and spending summer vacations ‘back home’ in Newfoundland to stay in touch as much as possible with her large and loving family.
Reposing, Waterbury & Kelly Funeral Home on Wednesday from 4-8 PM. Funeral Mass, St. Theresa's Church, Briarcliff Manor, NY on Thursday 10 AM. Interment, Rose Hills Memorial Park, Putnam Valley, NY to follow.