View our most recent obituaries for our Rochester and Victor locations.
1950 - 2022

Subscribe to updates for Charles Seibert

Please choose your subscription settings below, you can unsubscribe through email at any time.

Email me when someone posts in the guestbook

Email me when an update is made to the obituary

Email me on the anniversary of passing

Charles Andrew Seibert, 72, passed away peacefully at home August 22, 2022 surrounded by his wife Denise and his family. Charles, known as Chuck, was born on June 21, 1950, in Queens, New York, the son of the late Andrew and Katherine Seibert.  He was married to Denise (Smith) Seibert for 51 years.  They raised their two daughters in Honeoye Falls, New York.
After serving four years in the United States Air Force, Chuck began his career in metrology.  His passion for mechanics and problem solving led to careers and retirements from Eastman Kodak Company and Johnson & Johnson.
Chuck loved getting out on the open highway.  From early camping trips in canvas tents, to cross country trips in a 75 VW Westphalia and travel “upgrades” in various RV’s, he loved to plan adventurous road trips and share those experiences with his beloved family.  He was always looking out for his family and sharing insight along the way-from how to read a road map to the importance of a car oil change schedule. Earlier illnesses taught Chuck to value and appreciate life- he shared those lessons as well.
Surviving along with his wife are his two daughters, Jennifer Sessa (and husband Bart Sessa) and Jessica Seibert (and husband Dwight Symonds), his sister Virginia Seibert and his cherished pup, Brie.
A private service will be held for immediate family.  Friends and family are invited to celebrate Chuck’s honor on Saturday, September 17th from 1:00-4:00 pm at:
The Rabbit Room
81 North Main Street
Honoeye Falls, New York 14472
In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to hospice care:
UR Medicine Home Care – Ontario-Yates Hospice
756 Pre-Emption Road
Geneva, New York 14456 (WEBSITE) Select the “Select a Designation” button and you will have the ability to designate your memorial donation to Ontario-Yates County Hospice specifically.
Chuck is at peace and will be missed by many.

Add a message or photo

Upload your photo