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Daniel Wade Siebert

November 25, 1975 — July 23, 2023

Ketchum, Oklahoma


Daniel Wade Siebert, 47 of Wichita Kansas passed away on July 23rd, 2023. Wade was born on November 25th, 1975, in Stillwater Oklahoma. Wade leaves behind a loving family including his wife Royce Siebert of 16 years from Wichita Kansas, son and daughter-in-law Brendan and Jordan Siebert of Tulsa, Oklahoma, daughter Landree Siebert of Stillwater, Oklahoma, parents Danny Siebert of Eufaula, Oklahoma and Mary and Larry Gates of Salina Oklahoma along with many cherished family members and friends. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Nate and Betty Siebert, and George and Valdene Sands.

 With a deep passion for the OSU Cowboys, Wade obtained his degree in construction management from OSU in 1999, and years later, he found himself back on campus, contributing to the construction of many of the current facilities. Wade's zest for life was contagious, fueled by his love for working out and staying active. An early riser, he would brew the world's strongest coffee, a potent elixir that only he could handle. With each sip, his days were set into motion, accompanied by the constant hum of songs and cheerful tunes whistled as he tackled each day head-on.

His playful spirit was evident as he embraced being goofy and inventing new dance moves on a daily basis. Wade's natural leadership abilities instilled in him a deep appreciation for genuine friendships, and he cherished the meaningful connections he made with others. He exemplified resilience and resourcefulness, tackling challenges with unwavering determination and a positive attitude.

A hair band music enthusiast at heart, Wade's air guitar and air drums performances were legendary, and he would be offended if you did not want to participate in his air band. His downtime was filled with tinkering and improving things, always striving to make them look better, sound better, or go faster; he had a need for speed. Wade found solace on the water, be it the ocean or a lake, where he loved to drive boats and embrace the serenity that only water could provide. His passion for life and love for adventure left an indelible mark on all who knew him.

Wade had a big personality and will be remembered for his infectious laughter, his well-earned title as the best dog dad ever to Hank and his dedication to various routines.

A go to guy for everyone seeking advice for help, Wade possessed a vast wealth of knowledge on almost every subject and was always eager to share. A fast talker and lively presence in any gathering, his genuine nature shown through in every interaction.

When he was present, he wholeheartedly gave his attention and time to those he cared about. Known for his meticulous attention to detail and his infectious enthusiasm, his heart was that of a mentor, guiding others with care. He was a great communicator and had a passion for taking charge, ensuring that every activity, project, or function was the best it could be.

Wades’ consideration and empathetic nature earned him the trust and respect of those around him. He was known for his honesty, reliability, and professionalism. He was admired and appreciated by everyone who knew him.

Wade celebration of life will be held on august 4th at 2:00 PM at the Stillwater Community Center where family, friends and all those lives he touched will come together to honor and cherish the wonderful memories of a truly remarkable man.


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Friday, August 4, 2023

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