Thomas Lynn Seiber
Jan 21, 1945 - Oct 26, 2019
As a father, he coached our athletic teams and supported our interests. He took great pride in everything we did. Nothing made him more proud than the families his children formed.
He loved being a grandpa. Whether it was attending baseball games, keeping stats at football games, going for coffee, or receiving texts with updates on how the grandchildren were doing; he loved every minute of it.
As a brother, his family meant a great deal to him. He loved each and every sibling with all of his heart.
When it came to friendship, he enjoyed the camaraderie and visits from his buddies. He looked forward to attending car shows, working on cars in his shop and having friends stop by to talk and have a piece of pie.
Our father, grandfather, brother and friend loved and appreciated everyone that was a part of his life. He didn’t like to ask for help or ever want to be a burden, but it meant a lot to him to know he had people around he could count on. He was very methodical, meticulous and motivated. He was a tough and strong willed person and that is how he lived to the very end.
Thomas Lynn Seiber was born on January 21, 1945 and passed away on October 26, 2019 at the age of 74. He leaves behind three children Jeffrey, Todd and Jennifer and seven grandchildren Cody, Kaylee, Samantha, Justin, Brooke, Caleb and Cameron.
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