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Funeral Services for Royal Oak Siblings Set for Tuesday

Jordan Siegel, 14, and Ashley Siegel, 11, were killed in a car accident on U.S. 23 on Friday afternoon.

Funeral Services for Royal Oak Siblings Set for Tuesday

Funeral services for Jordan Siegel and Ashley Siegel, the Royal Oak siblings killed in a car accident Friday afternoon, are planned for Tuesday in Farmington Hills.

The service begins at noon at the , 30440 W. 12 Mile Rd. 

Friends and family can begin arriving up to 90 minutes prior to the service. The Siegel family will be receiving mourners in a separate room prior to the noon service.

Once the service is over, the family will go directly to  in Birmingham.

As is Jewish custom, the Siegel family will be sitting shiva at the home of Marc and Dawn Siegel at 22843 Brookforest in Novi to receive visitors following the interment Tuesday and 5-9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday.

Read the full obituary for Ashley Siegel and Jordan Siegel on Dorfman's website.

Jordan, 14, and his sister, Ashley, 11, were killed Friday when the SUV driven by their stepmother, Dawn Siegel, rolled several times along southbound U.S. 23 in Pittsfield Township shortly before 3 p.m., according to Michigan State Police, Brighton Post. Siegel told police another vehicle cut her off and she swerved into the median to avoid the other vehicle, but was sideswiped. Five other members of the family were injured.

The students attended school and then ROMS in Royal Oak, where they lived with their mother, Christie Siegel. They also spent time at their father's home in Novi, where he lives with his wife and additional children.

to provide support and assistance to students grieving the loss of their classmates.

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