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Thomas Seibert

CINCINNATI - SEIBERT, Thomas L. Beloved husband of Jenna L. (nee Glenn ) for 58 years. Devoted father of David (Donna), Michael (Donna), Peter (fiance Colleen Martinez ), and Sheila ( Doug) Laffey. Cherished grandfather of 11 and great grandfather of 7. Passed away Saturday September 12, 2020 at the age of 88. Tom was a Professor of Humanities at Mt. St. Joseph University for over 40 years. Visitation Tuesday September 15 from 5PM until 7PM at Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home 4989 Glenway Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio 45238. Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday 1:15PM at St. William Catholic Church 4108 W. 8th St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45205. (MASKS ARE REQUIRED AT FUNERAL HOME AND CHURCH) Remembrances may be made to Bayley Place 990 Bayley Place Dr. Cincinnati, Ohio 45233.

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Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer from Sep. 12 to Sep. 14, 2020.
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September 15, 2020
Especially Sheila and Mike,

As you guys know, your sweet and witty dad was a great friend and mentor to me, when I was a young professor. He made everything fun from our collaboration on grants for the humanities CORE, to our trips to Washington to secure funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities. We did it—over $100,000 to MSJ.

Many a summer your dad, Peg McPeak and I wrote grants for projects involving faculty development, and revision and the faculty handbook. We always allowed for a lunch on the river!

I have two funny stories about your dad:

As you know your dad hated to fly. We collaborated on a presentation that we had approved for Minneapolis. I flew. Your dad would only take the train to meet me at our hotel. I flew up in one hour the day of the conference. Your dad’s journey on Amtrak took 24 hours each way!

Small sounds annoyed your dad in his office at school. At least twice he complained to me that the soft drink machine outside his office was too noisy. He cut the power cord in half!

He was not only a great dad, but an incredible teacher. I miss him.

Dan Mader
Dan Mader
September 15, 2020
Sorry to hear about your dad Sheila. He always shared a big smile and Would often finish it with a puff from his pipe! Peace to you all and may you enjoy the many years of memories you were so blessed to have with him! I’m sure the Cove Ct. gang welcomed him at the gates! Embrace your new Angel! Hugs to the Seibert family.
Katie Lange Cimorell
September 14, 2020
I have missed our many visits at Bayley Life since the beginning of the pandemic. Tom always was cheerful
no matter what challenges he faced. Tom was an important part of our weekly Rosary Circle. May you as family have many fond memories to share at this time.
Barry Mersmann
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