Obituary of Frank R. Siebold
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Frank Robert (Bob) Siebold, age 89 years, died at his home in Pitman, NJ on December 28. Born in Teaneck, NJ, he was an active Boy Scout and graduated from Teaneck High School in 1952. He graduated from Gettysburg College in 1956 and received his Master's degree from Farleigh Dickenson University in 1963. Frank started his teaching career in Perryville, MD. He moved to Williamstown, NJ where he taught History, he also coached wrestling and football. He moved on to Fort Lee, where he taught History and Physical Education and coached. He started the wrestling program at Fort Lee High School, and was inducted into the Fort Lee Sports Hall of Fame He concluded his teaching and coaching career at Glassboro Intermediate School and was there from 1970 to 1994. He loved the Adirondacks, boating, the beach, and a good diner. His greatest joy was his family and spending time with his grandchildren. Frank was on the Pitman Bicentennial Committee and helped design the logo for the "Small town with a big heart". He also, created the Glassboro water tower slogan of "Purpose Pride and Progress". He was an accomplished and awarded winning craftsman.
Survived by his wife of 59 years, Edwina R. Fink, daughters; Karen (Daniel) Newcomb, Dr. Sharon Siebold (Dr. Wade Ritter), and Linda (David) Kubinsky. Also survived by his grandchildren; Devany and Bethany Newcomb; Chase, Parker, Mason, and Drew Ritter; Bryn and Cameron Kubinsky.
Memorial service will be Wednesday, January 4 at 11am in the Church of the Good Shepherd, 315 Highland Terrace, Pitman, NJ.
Memories may be shared at www.kelleyfhpitman.com.