Charles Lewis “Bill” Seibert, Sr.
February 20, 1933 – May 22, 2016
We are saying goodbye today to one of greatest, nicest, most giving, sweetest men the world has ever seen and ever known, Bill Seibert. He loved his family with the deepest of hearts and as it is a big family, he took care of each and every one of them whatever way he could whatever they needed and made sure they were all safe and sound. The grandkids, great grandkids, friends of the grandkids just flocked to him as he exuded kindness and love just flowed out of him and the kids all felt it. Everyone wanted to be around him! Anyone that I’ve seen that ever met Bill took to him and liked him instantly and became a friend of his. He fixed stuff for people as he could fix anything. He built things for people, decks, fences, stairs, etc. as he could build anything. He lent people things. He gave people things! He helped family friends and neighbors and he did it unselfishly. He helped people in any way he could and he just gave, gave, gave and with the biggest heart and a big smile on his face. He helped my friends and would do anything for them. He was a true Father, Grandfather, Great-Grandfather, Friend and gentleman and will be TRULY missed and the lord in heaven will be receiving one of the greatest guys I have ever had the pleaser of knowing! Rest in Peace Daddy Bill Seibert!
Bill is survived by his wife Rosalie M. Seibert of Clinton, children Charles L. “Chuck” Seibert, Jr. and wife Jean of Shady Side, Paula L. Dickerson of Shady Side, William E. “Wes” Sudduth and wife Sharon of Deale, Sandra K. “Mitzi” Buchholz and husband Steve of Pasadena and Michael D. Seibert and wife Mary of Florida. He is also survived by 8 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, brothers Frank Seibert of Deale and Donald Delaney of South Dakota and sister May Bowen of Tracy’s Landing. He was preceded in death by brother James Lloyd Seibert, Jr.
Friday, May 27, 2016