Joseph Siebert

March 17, 1949 - July 11, 2023

Joseph Siebert passed away in his home Tuesday, July 11, 2023, with his wife, Patricia, by his side. He was born in Manhattan, Kansas, on Thursday the 17th of March 1949.

Preceding him in death were his parents, Ignatius (Nate) Siebert and Betty Lou Conover-Siebert of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

He was married to his first wife, Vicky Voight, for 13 years and they had 2 beautiful daughters, Jessica and Adrianne.

He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Patricia Siebert, whom he married on his birthday and St. Patrick’s Day in 1990. He is survived by daughter and son-in-law, Jessica and Dustin Brown of Beaumont, Texas, daughter and son-in-law, Adrianne and Scott Strong of Austin, Texas; his 6 grandchildren, Coleman Nickum, Nate Nickum, Abigail Nickum, Dane Brown, Jaxon Strong and Charlotte Strong.

Further survivors include his sisters, Sherry Ruyle and brother-in-law, Jim Ruyle, of Wagoner, Oklahoma and Michel Hicks and Paul Stewart of Tulsa, Oklahoma; brothers, Patrick Siebert (Joe’s Twin) of Austin, Texas, Jimmy Siebert and sister-in-law, Mary Siebert, of Lawrence, Kansas, Dan Siebert of Stillwater, Oklahoma; and many nieces and nephews. He is also survived by his mother-in-law, Gayle Monk of Bridge City, Texas; brother-in-law, David Monk of Orange, Texas; niece, Kathy Monk of Kyle, Texas; and his dog, Scotty.

Joe graduated from Bishop Kelly High School in 1967. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma State University in 1972 and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma in 1974.

Joe worked for Applied Automation in Oklahoma. In 1978, Joe moved to Orange, Texas, and worked for DuPont for many years. He left there and became a Partner with EXIDA and also received his Certification as a CFSE (Certified Functional Safety Expert).

Joe grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and spent many happy days as a young boy visiting his grandfather’s farm in Westmorland, Kansas, where his Uncle Julian and Aunt Barbara still live. He also made sure his grandchildren got to visit and experience his love of the farm and especially jumping off the big cliffs and playing in the creek.  He also spent a lot of time at Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees in Oklahoma water skiing with his mom, dad, brothers and sisters. He also loved taking his grandkids on “The Great Adventures”.

Joe loved to grow roses, fish, quail hunting, extensive bike rides and going camping in the RV. His favorite thing to do was play golf.  He could be found just about every day (except Monday when the course was closed) on the golf course playing with his buddies or practicing golf.

He will be deeply missed by all who loved him. Special thanks to Altus Hospice, his nurse, Maggie, the many home health providers and Ms. Cynthia.

Mr. Siebert’s cremation arrangements were handled through Broussard’s Crematorium under the direction of Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont.

Comments (2)

    Mary Jane Mouton says:

    Dear Jessica and Patricia, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your father and husband. Jim and I were on a cruise and not aware of this sad event. I know his memory will give you peace in your sorrow.


    Jessica & Adrianne, deepest heartfelt sympathies. I never met your Dad, but knowing the 2 of you, he was a good man. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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