Robert Lee Seibert (Bob)
January 9, 1945 - February 23, 2021
Memorial services for Bob Seibert will be announced at a later date. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.
Bob was born January 9, 1945, in St. Louis, Missouri, to Eugene and Ruth Seibert and passed away February 23, 2021. Bob loved to watch his kids and grandchildren in their sports activities in school. Bob was into computers and photography. He took a lot of photos of nature and particularly wildlife. Bob was very intelligent and loved "Jeopardy." He attended Missouri University, obtaining his degree in Animal Husbandry, and was a big Tiger's fan.
His first job out of school was with Purina, where he was a manager for a research farm.
Bob married Lana Turner in Ville Ridge, Missouri ,on October 2, 1965. They met during wheat harvest, Bob was working for Lana's father and that is where they met. The rest is history as they say.
They moved to Oklahoma in 1980, and he worked for W B Johnston until his retirement.
Bob is survived by his sons, Robert Shane Seibert, Jim Seibert and his wife Sheryl; daughter, Pam Kvasnicka and her husband Mike; grandchildren, Tyler and Zach Seibert, Tabor, Hannah and Greydon Kvasnicka; sisters, Jeanne Bryson, Kathy Stephens, Sue Arnett, Barb Eversole and her husband Tim; and numerous nieces and nephews; and his beloved dog Meika.
He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Lana; in-laws, John and Virginia Turner; brothers, Phillip, Mike; brothers-in-law, Bob Bryson, Greg Stephens, Rick Arnett and Harvey Turner.
Memorial donations can be made to Enid ASPCA.
Condolences to the family can be made at ladusauevans.com.
Lana Jean Turner Seibert
© Henninger-Hinson Funeral Home
Submitted by : Jo Aguirre
Lana J. TURNER SEIBERT Ames Cemetery
August 16, 1946 - May 3, 1997
Memorial services for Lana Jean Seibert, will be held Wednesday, May 7th at 2:00 p.m. at Puritan United Church of Christ in Drummond, Rev. Gerdon Epps officiating. Interment following cremation will be in the Ames Cemetery.
She will lie in state at Henninger Allen Funeral Home beginning Monday.
Lana Jean was born August 16, 1946 in Enid to John and Virginia Turner. She died May 3, 1997 at St. Mary's Mercy Hospital. She attended and graduated from Drummond Public School, Class of 1964. She graduated from Enid Beauty College in 1965. She spent many happy summers with her parents on wheat harvest.
She was united in marriage to Robert Lee Seibert on October 2, 1965. To that union three children were born, Robert Shane, James Joseph and Pamela Jean.
Lana was an employee of Enid Public Transit Authority.
She was a baptized member of Puritan Congregational Christian United Church of Christ.
She was preceded in death by her father, John Turner.
She is survived by her mother, Virginia Turner, brother, Harvey Turner, husband, Bob Seibert, son Shane Robert, all of Drummond ; by son Jim and daughter in law, Sheryl, of Broken Arrow, and by daughter Pamela Kvasnicka and son in law Mike of Enid, as well as numerous nieces and nephews, and a host of friends.
Memorials may be made through the funeral home to the American Cancer Society.
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