Ann Margaret Brandenburg of Burgettstown, a loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother passed away peacefully at Stonerise Wellsburg on Friday, February 4, 2022. She was 81 years old. She was born in Weirton on November 13, 1940, the daughter to the late Paul and Ann Panjuscsek Seaman. Ann was a faithful parishioner of Saint Michael’s Byzantine Catholic Church in Avella, and a member of the 1958 graduating class of Weir High School. For more than thirty years, she was a representative for JAFRA Cosmetics. Working from her home and having the time to expand her business, Ann had a tremendous following and was regularly recognized for her efforts by the company. She was enormously proud of her family, and the immense joy they brought her, often describing her as loving, patient, and one who would always look forward to her family time. In addition, Ann enjoyed cooking, baking, reading, and coloring with her grandchildren and taking leisurely drives through the country to see the animals. In addition to her parents, Ann was preceded in death by her husband Raymond Brandenburg who passed away on November 20, 2000, and a special friend John Anthony Dragnett who passed away on December 30, 2020. Left to cherish her love and her memory are her sons, Raymond (Jerri) Brandenburg of Weirton, James (Lindsay) Brandenburg of Salem, OH., daughters Rebecca (Dale) Lynn of Manchester, TN., Denise (John) Reardon of Follansbee, grandchildren, Seth, Mara, Isaac, Brandon, Keira, Rachel, Marissa, Shannon, Kristen, Julianna, Christopher, Trisha, great-grandchildren, Greyson, Ashby, Abby, Ada, and Avery. Private services will be held at the convenience of Ann’s family. Interment will be in Chestnut Ridge Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made in Ann’s name to Saint Michael’s Byzantine Catholic Church, 97 Highland Ave., Avella, PA., 15312. Share tributes at www.grecohertnick.com.

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  1. My favorite memory of Ann Margaret was when she would come to my house to visit and my late dog Max would insist on sitting on her lap the entire time she visited. She loved my sweet tea and would always have just a small glass because she did not want it to keep her up at night . Ann Margaret was not only my Jafra lady but very much a part of my extended family and a good friend. I will miss her terribly. Arlene

  2. I can’t believe you’re no longer physically here .. I’ll always treasure our long talks at your dining table about everything under sun!! Walking the perimeter of Weirton medical center( in my younger years ❤️) Oh how I loved your Jaffa Open houses !! You always had delicious food at your open houses & I know how much you enjoyed those ! I still have my last spray bottle of cherry almond spray perfume that’s over 16+ years old and smells heavenly! I love how you miraculously quit smoking prior to your hysterectomy & never looked backed !❤️ Oh how your loved your kids & grandkids !! Your makeup & candle business thrived!! You were such a goal oriented person, so strong ! I see where Denise gets it from . You’ll be dearly missed . Love & prayers to all . Until our paths cross again my sweet Aunt …

  3. Denise ,John and girls, So sorry for your loss. You all are in our prayers. 🙏Heaven gained a very special angel. Cardinals appear when angels are near❤️ Take care and God bless, Harry, Sue , Levi and Dylan Moore 🙏🙏❤️

  4. I can still hear her voice asking if I needed anything from Jafra. Her calls were never just about Jafra; I learned how her children and grandchildren were and how proud she always was of everyone. She lived and loved well. I will miss actually hearing her voice. Prayers and blessings for comfort and peace. Nancy Ferrari

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