Ivan Siebert

July 24, 1944 - December 24, 2021

07/24/1944 - 12/24/2021

Ivan S. Siebert passed away on December 24, 2021 while surrounded by his loving family at the age of 77. He was born in 1944 to Louis and Charlotte Siebert. He attended Bloomfield High School in New Jersey and went on to meet the love of his life, Harriet Katz, in 1969. They enjoyed 51 years of marriage and together they raised their two children, Ronald and Lori.
Ivan enjoyed listening to the oldies and fishing. But it was time with his family that he loved the most.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife Harriet Siebert; son Ronald (Beth); daughter Lori Siebert; granddaughter Hannah Siebert; and grandsons Ben Siebert and Jacob Hudson.
To honor Ivan’s life, memorial donation can be made HERE.

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Larry and Ruthie Edwards
4 months ago

Ivan was my breakfast buddy almost every Friday morning until he got ill. We would go to the Farmer’s Market restaurant with a couple other neighborhood guys to eat and shoot the breeze and I got to listen to Ivan’s jokes; he had a great sense of humor. Also since my wife Ruthie and I tended to run late for the Woodbridge at Glenwood Condo Association parties, he and Harriett would always save us a seat at their table. We will miss him tremendously! God speed Ivan and may you rest in peace.

Becky McIntyre
4 months ago

Only met Ivan a few times at neighborhood meetings, but remember that when he had something to say, everyone paid attention. Harriet, please share my sincere sympathies with your family and let me know if I can be of any help to you all.

Barbara Goldstein
4 months ago

A very dear brother in law. He is at rest now and not in pain. He will be fondly remembered.

The Montemurno Family
4 months ago

I had the pleasure of chatting with Ivan just a few times at the local community pool and at one of the association hosted events. He was so kind and we always had delightful conversations. We’re thinking of you all, especially Harriet, during this sad time.

John Hudson
4 months ago

Ivan was the kindest and most generous person you would have ever met and I had the pleasure of knowing. He was my brother’s grandfather and even though he wasn’t mine he still treated me as one of his own grandchildren. Looking back to when I was younger, I still remember the early bird breakfasts we would go to, the long talks about life, and of course the $20s he would slip to me when Lori wasn’t looking. Even though we lost touch for a few years, when I came back into his life it was as if I never left. You will be truly missed and I will always think of you as my grandpa. Love always, John.