Seibert, Robert W.

Robert Wayne Seibert of Dallas, Texas passed away on May 15, 2014 at the age of 72.  An interment service with honors is scheduled for Wednesday May 28, 2014  at DFW National Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway Dallas, TX 75211.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. NW Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238

6 responses to “Seibert, Robert W.”

  1. Linda and Richard Cannon says:

    We will really miss Robert. He was a welcome guest at our family holiday get-togethers and family outings. Always pleasant, gentle and ready for a hug. We shared a love for our grandkids. They, too, will miss him.

  2. Richard and Linda Cannon says:

    The service at DFW National Cemetery will be at 2:15pm on Wed.
    Because of the marriage of his son Randy to our daughter Robert became a part of our family too and we will really miss him. He was a pleasant, gentle and very huggable guest at our family holiday gatherings and outings. We shared with him a love of our grandchildren and know they loved him and will miss him much. May God bless his family during their time of grief.

  3. Terri Serna says:

    I knew Robert from Neiman Marcus. He was a kind man who will be missed.

  4. Charmaine Cooper McGinnis says:

    I worked with Robert at Neiman Marcus and The Ambassador Hotel. Robert and I worked the same shift at both places. He was a joy to work with, always kind and helpful. I was deeply sadden to hear of his passing. Robert will be missed by all who knew him. May god bless Randy and Robert.

  5. Clark&Peggyy Holder says:

    We offer our prayers to the Robert
    Seibert Family and Friends.
    The Clark Holder Family

  6. Randy Seibert says:

    If you plan on attending the ceremony please arrive at 2pm and line in in lane B at the cemetery.

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