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Carolyn Jeanette Seibel

September 17, 1934 — February 28, 2024


It is with great sadness and a heavy heart to announce that our dear mother, Carolyn Jeanette Seibel, passed away peacefully Wednesday, February 28th. She will be greatly missed and is leaving a hole in our hearts but at the same time we are rejoicing for her as she is now in peace, comfortable and with her dear husband, Robert Seibel, who preceded her in death 14 years ago. Carolyn’s warm smile, sense of humor and caring nature endeared her to all who knew her. She had a knack for making everyone feel special and valued.

Carolyn was born on September 17, 1934 in Alamosa, Colorado to James and Edna McClintock. Her early years of life were spent in Pueblo, Colorado, where she graduated from high-school, attended Colorado College and was a member of the Kappa-Kappa-Gamma sorority. She then moved to Denver where she met and married the love of her life Robert “Bob” Seibel. They had two children, Dean and Shelley Seibel and in 1967 the family moved to Twin Falls, Idaho where they established a branch office for Edward D Jones. While raising their two kids, Carolyn pursued her passion and talent in oil painting and stained glass. She also enjoyed playing tennis with her husband and their friends. Travel was always a big part of her life and over the years, with Bob, traveled extensively. In 2004, following Bob’s retirement, they moved to Sun Valley, Idaho, a place they both loved their entire married life.

Carolyn is survived by her son Dean (Pam, Trevor and Courtney Seibel) and her daughter Shelley (Alex and Jack Margolin). She was proceeded in death by her husband Robert Seibel, her parents James and Edna McClintock, her brother James and sister Virginia.

Mom was greatly loved and will be missed dearly. At Carolyn’s request there will not be a funeral service but a family memorial in the spring. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Robert and Carolyn Seibel Nursing Scholarship at the College of Southern Idaho, the Hospice & Palliative Care of the Wood River Valley or your favorite charity. We would like to extend our gratitude to Barbara Browning, Jennifer Skinner and Sean Brown. Your kindness, caring and unwavering support brought joy, humor and love to our mom and we are forever grateful.
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