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Francis ”Frank” J. Seib

November 24, 1949 - September 27, 2021


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    Janet Leistner says

    So sorry Nancy and family. We are thinking of you during this difficult time.

    Janet and Howard Leistner

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    mary says

    so very sorry to see this Nancy, you and your children are in my prayers

    Mary Riley

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    Steve Best says

    There are no words to express the loss to you all. I can only say that I am so glad that Frank and I crossed paths in our life journey. As many others, my life was enriched by his laughter, his humor and his insight. May the happy memories help to lessen the grief that each of you have. He is missed by many. May God console you all and grant you peace.

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    glenn ballard says

    Frank Seib was a friend whom I respected for his intelligence, his humor, and his kindness, My sincere sympathy goes to his wife , Nancy, and their children Sarah and Ben.. Glenn Ballard

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    Karinne Voegel says

    I am so sorry to see this Nancy and family. Frank will be greatly missed and I will never forget taking care of him at St Vincent. We had many wonderful conversations and will always remember the advice he told me regarding my upcoming Hawaii trip. It was such a pleasure to have known him and take care of him. He was one of my best patients.

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    Ed Anderson says

    I worked with Frank at Whirlpool. He was a pleasure to work with, very knowledgeable, hard working, and friendly. Frank loved life & people and always had a smile on his face. RIP Frank🙏

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    Doc Murray says

    Frank was great man! His sense of humor was enjoyed by all. A tireless worker in volunteer projects. He was a devoted husband and father. A true friend and caring person. Able in engineering and budgeting.

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    Kathy maxwell says

    Prayers to all the family. So sorry to hear this news.

    Kathy (Mominee) Maxwell

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    Diane Ricci says

    I am so saddened to hear of Frank’s death, Nancy. He was such a nice person. You and your children are in my prayers

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    Luan Greubel says

    Frank was one of the kindest people I have met. He always had a smile and a humorous greeting. We worked together at Whirlpool and met again as Master Gardeners. He made work feel like play. I will miss him. My condolences to his family and many friends.

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    Joanna Morphew says

    I met Nancy and Frank through our mutual friend Shirley Reeder. I spent 1 summer afternoon at their home so time ago
    I still remember that afternoon and laugh.
    I’m sad to hear of Frank’s passing.
    I will keep your family in my prayers

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    Joanna Morphew says

    I met Nancy and Frank through our mutual friend Shirley Reeder. I spent 1 summer afternoon at their home so time ago
    I still remember that afternoon and laugh.
    I’m sad to hear of Frank’s passing.
    I will keep your family in my prayers.

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    Steve Tennis says

    I first met Frank at UE. We spent a lot of time in the student union playing foosball and shooting the breeze. Our paths crossed again at Whirlpool. I apologize for this being really late. I found out through the UE magazine. RIP my old friend.

    Nancy if my memory serves me correctly you knew my wife, Cheryl Ireland.

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Francis ”Frank” J. Seib, age 71, of Newburgh, Indiana passed away on Monday, September 27  at Ascension St. Vincent Hospital from complications of a non-COVID lung infection. 

Frank was born on November 24, 1949 in Evansville, Indiana to the late Oscar and Verena  (Elpers) Seib. 

He graduated from Memorial High School in 1967 and earned a BS degree in electrical  engineering from the University of Evansville. Frank retired as an engineering supervisor for  Whirlpool in Evansville, Indiana. 

Frank was a Navy veteran, a former member of the Hadi Shrine Legion of Honor, and a Master  Gardener. He enjoyed playing golf, traveling, curating a vast music and photo collection, and  spending time with family and friends. Frank was a selfless man who never met a stranger. It  has been said that the person who can bring the spirit of laughter into a room is indeed  blessed. Frank, whose sense of humor and infectious laughter will be missed by all who knew  him, was indeed blessed beyond measure. 

Frank is survived by his wife of 44 years, Nancy(Pyle), of Newburgh, Indiana; son, Benjamin  Seib(Andrea) of Carmel, Indiana; daughter, Sarah Hampton(Daniel) of Seattle, Washington;  granddaughter, Vivienne Seib of Carmel, Indiana. Siblings include Edna O’Daniel of Evansville;  Paul Seib (Pyong) of Manhattan, Kansas; Marilee Hartman of Evansville; Rick Seib(Jackie) of  Benton Harbor,Michigan; Carl Seib(Nancy) of Timnath, Colorado; Gerald Seib(Nancy) of  Evansville; and numerous nieces and nephews. He is also survived by his brother-in-law, Jim  Pyle and his wife Phyllis. 

Frank was preceded in death by his brother Jim Seib of Williams, Indiana and his sister Rita  Scheller of Evansville, Indiana. 

A celebration of Frank’s life will be held at a future date. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Disabled American Veterans or to  Wounded Warrior Project. 

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