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In Loving Memory

Seibel, John E.

Asleep in Jesus Thursday, May 25, 2025.

Beloved husband of Kathleen Seibel (nee Lesyna); loving father of Alicia (Brandon) Konstantinovich and Amanda Seibel; adoring PaPa of Anna and Eddie. Our dearest brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend to many.

We will miss your encyclopedic knowledge of Major League baseball, appreciation of classic movies, trivia prowess, and laughter (especially at your own jokes). Thank you for your years of service to your community, whether as a youth baseball and softball coach, dedicated and compassionate accountant, or member of myriad parent organizations. We will remember you as a devoted scorekeeper, card hustler, Crestwood Mall walker, doer of puzzles, and Cardinals fan, who never met a cafeteria that he didn’t enjoy.  You played a mean game of Trouble and occasionally a good game of golf.  You loved the Wall Street Journal, classical music, and being from South St. Louis.  We always knew that you were our biggest fan.

Visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois Rd. 63123 on Thursday, June 1 from 5-8 pm. then at Holy Cross Lutheran Church (2650 Miami St. 63118) on Friday, June 2 from 9:00 am. until funeral service time at 10:00 am. Interment at Concordia Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions to Holy Cross Lutheran Church or Holy Cross Lutheran School or American Parkinson Disease Association appreciated.


1 thought on “Seibel, John E.”

  1. Fond memories of John from Holy Cross days. I remember his mother, uncles, and him going to cafeterias regularly.
    Peace to his family.


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