Troy Rollin Seibert

June 23, 1975July 4, 2018
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Troy Rollin Seibert, 43, of Wyomissing, passed away in Tower Health Reading Hospital on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. He was the proud father of Brice Maxwell Seibert.

Born in Jacksonville, FL on June 23, 1975, he was the son of Susan L. (Morey) Seibert and her spouse, of Colorado and Gary R. and his wife, Laura A. (Kirsch) Seibert of Exeter Twp.

Troy loved being with his friends as well as cooking and was a chef at various restaurants throughout the years. He worked privately with H2O Kitchen, catering for over ten years and as of late, he was the cook at Victor's Café in West Lawn.

His son, Brice was everything to him. Troy's life was all about being with Brice and doing everything he could to spend time with him. Troy was a loving and caring Dad who would do anything for his son.

In addition to his parents, and his son, Brice; Troy is survived by a sister, Brandi L. (Seibert) Tejeda and her husband, Darby and two nieces, Mya and Koli of Colorado and stepsister, Sara L. Bernhart of Sinking Spring.

Also surviving are numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and good friends that were like family to him.

A Celebration of Troy's Life will be Saturday, July 14, 2018 in Auman's Inc. Funeral Home, 390 W. Neversink Rd., Reading, PA 19606. Family and friends will gather in the funeral home Saturday from 9 to 10am. Services will begin at 10am, followed by inurnment in Forest Hills Memorial Park, Reading.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Brice Maxwell Seibert's Higher Education Fund made payable to Future Scholar and mailed to Gary Seibert C/O Auman's Inc., 390 W. Neversink Rd., Reading, PA 19606.

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  • Brice Seibert, Son
  • Susan L. Seibert, Mother
  • Gary Seibert, Father
  • Brandi L. Tejeda, Sister
  • Laura A. Seibert, Step Mother
  • Sara L. Bernhart, Step Sister

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Christine Moody

July 30, 2018

Our hearts are broken; you were a special part of our huge band of Morey cousins. No matter the time or distance, we were connected and so we shall stay connected. We will miss you. Our prayers will never end for your soul, for your family and for your son.

Julana Wood

July 14, 2018

RIP Troy. You will be missed by many. We will all look after Brice for you.

Brooke Polityka

July 14, 2018

Troy you were the best father a boy could have. I promise to keep your memory alive for our son. He adored you. I won’t let that change.

Tracy Raudenbush

July 13, 2018

You were my work hubby and you called me your work wife. We were TnT, dynamite. Haha. From day 1 of meeting you, you were so sweet and so kind and willing to drop anything to give me a helping hand. I miss our Monday talks of gossip, love life problems and always laughing together. We all miss you down here. Rest in peace xoxo

Todd Greenly

July 11, 2018

RIP my friend. You will be missed. We had good times hanging out . We even were room mates for a bit. Godspeed brother!

Jessica Remp

July 11, 2018

We shared so many good times together. You will always be in my heart, Troy. Always. ❤️

Cece Sekelic

July 11, 2018

I will always remember sitting at Victor’s and sharing memories about restaurants we visited and foods that we ate and recipes we would create.
His passion for life , cooking , his son.
I’m heartbroken.
Rest in peace Troy.
You will be missed


Doris Wellman

July 10, 2018

Troy was one of my favorite kids. Always a smile, always polite. He spent many days and holidays with us. Recently he brought Brice by for a wonderful visit. Troy was like family and he will be sorely missed. Surely he’s flying with the angels. Rest In Peace dear boy.

Mel Eng

July 10, 2018

Always smiling
Eager to lend a hand
Charmingly polite
Chock full of funny stories of his past & daily life adventures
Quick to console
NEVER letting an opportunity go by to talk about or spend time with Brice.

You will be missed by SO MANY. Rest in peace & fly worry free with the angels my friend.

Stephanie Eline Cardinal

July 9, 2018

It was a true privilege to know you Troy. I will forever remember you with a big smile on your face and a spatula in your hand making omelets for Ricky, Jeff and I. My deepest sympathy to all who loved you.