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Ronald Siebrandt

Ronald D. Siebrandt

Monday, August 20th, 1951 - Monday, March 1st, 2021
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Ronald Dean Siebrandt was born on August 20, 1951 in Norfolk, Nebraska to Loren and Dorothy (Lueders). He attended St. Paul’s Lutheran School and graduated from West Point Beemer Jr-Sr High School in 1970.
On December 27, 2008, Ron married Susan Marie Kubik in Concord, NE. The couple resided in West Point, NE prior to moving to Greeley, Colorado in 2011.
Ron was employed in the agriculture industry in the West Point area prior to retiring for health reasons in 2010.
He was a member of the St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in West Point, NE. he served in the U.S. Army from December 1970 until December 1973.
Ron is survived by his wife Susan; stepsons, Roger (Jennifer) Kubik of St. Libory, NE and Michael Kubik of Tomah, WI; step daughter, Carolyn (Shohei) Mochizuki of Cheyenne, WY; step-grandchildren, Hannah Kubik of St. Libory, NE, Isabella Kubik and Caleb Kubik of Tomah, WI and Nikolai Mochizuki of Cheyenne, WY; brothers, Lonnie (Pam) Siebrandt of Mesa, AZ, Loren Siebrandt, Jr. of West Point, NE, William Siebrandt of Bennington, NE and Harold (Shannon) Siebrandt of Scottsdale, AZ; sisters, Judith (Tom) Eacker of Norfolk, Debbie (Joe) Kafka of San Jose, CA, Janet (Neal) Finken of Bennington, NE and Peggy Siebrandt of Newport, RI and numerous nieces and nephews.
Ron was preceded in death by his parents, Loren Sr. and Dorothy (Lueders) Siebrandt and sister, Karen Fullner.
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Danny Breitkreutz

Posted at 09:53pm
I deer hunted down on the Siebrandt property on the river bottom where Ronnie Dean lived. He called me one day to see if he could use one of my rifles because he had gotten a permit and didn't have a gun. I had no problem with that and even brought a stand and set it up for him to use. I got my deer the first day of the season. I remember he called me up Saturday nite and asked if I would help him try and get a deer, because next day was end of season. I told him I would definitely help, but no guarantees. Well a nice buck was coming down thru the trees and was coming past me and headed towards Ronnie. I figured he get a shot , but it turned and headed east so I had to take the shot. I did drop a big 4×4 buck. I felt bad because I shot it, but Ronnie was so excited like he shot it. That's a kind of person he was. As far as he was concerned he got his deer, and thats all that mattered. He was a good person and a good friend. He had a kind heart and he will be missed.
 

Sue Kubik Posted at 08:25pm

Danny, love your story!
 

Deborah Siebrandt Posted at 05:09am

Danny you saw the real Dean. And, you were very, very good to him. Bless your heart for not making his miss a big deal. I can just imagine him shooting. Some day when I am in WP with Peg and maybe, my Joe Kafka Junior, we will tell you the story about how we had a bunch of ducks fly over the house in WP a decade or so again and Loren Jr and Dean started fighting over a gun. Needless to say, there were no duck dinners. We are lucky they did not shoot one another in the foot. Many funny stories with the Siebrandt brothers!
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William Hille

Posted at 07:55am
So sad to hear he was a wonderful individual 🙏🙏🙏. Our Condolences William & Brenda Hille
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Peggy Siebrandt

Posted at 11:00am
Dear Sue, you made Dean so so happy and Thank you for taking care of him. Deb is right we are so grateful for the Love and Care you gave Dean. I sure hope he is with Mom, Dad , Karen and Dick telling lots of Farming/ Fishing stories. I hope he is watching the Cornhuskers play throughout the day along with catching catfish at the river. Many Memories and God Bless
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Pamela Siebrandt

Posted at 05:16pm
Sue,
Sending Love, Hugs & Prayers to you and the family as you memorialize Ron.
He was a gentle giant that will live on in all our hearts. May your sweet memories help you through this time.
Love,
Pam, Lonnie & Mitch
Matt & Lily

Deborah Siebrandt

Posted at 12:41am
Ronnie Dean lived just three blocks away from Mom and Dad for decades and looked after both of them as Mom and Dad aged. Living thousands of miles away, we appreciate all the help that Dean and Sue gave to Mom and Dad for many, many years. Dean was drafted during the Vietnam War. What a sacrifice. We can not thank and honor our Vets like Dean enough for their service. We were all thrilled that Ronnie Dean met Sue and they shared so many years together. Mom always had a special place in her heart for Ronnie Dean and would tell me during my calls with her that she was worried about him and his lungs. My hope is that Ronnie Dean is now with Mom and that they are both at peace and happy.
 

Deborah Siebrandt Posted at 12:56pm

I must also mention that the family, especially Karen, Peg, and I were simply thrilled that Dean met Sue. Sue gave him many years of love, happiness, and support. Thank you Sue.
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