(877) 410-2424

24/7 Se habla español

In loving memory of
Edward Oscar Seifert
  • August 05, 1944
  • -
  • August 07, 2016

  • Obituary
  • Sign Tribute Wall
  • Send an E-Card
  • Light a Candle
  • Send Flowers
  • Photos

Obituary

In loving memory of an awesome husband, dad, grandfather, and friend, Edward O. Seifert, born on August 5, 1944, who passed away suddenly on August 7, 2016 from a severe heart attack. A Memorial Service celebrating his life will be held on Saturday, August 20, 2016 at 2:00 pm at the Crossroads Baptist Church, 1851 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32119. Memorial donations may be made in memory of Edward to the American Cancer Society thru the following website: https://donate.cancer.org. Arrangements are in the care and trust of Baldwin Brothers Funerals and Cremations, Port Orange, FL.

 

 


Send flowers to the family to show you care. Order Now

Tribute Wall

Leave a reply



Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. 05 Sep 2016
    Lisa Waldenmeyer says:
    I remember when you moved to NJ, the next Street over from me. I came over to introduce myself, we were pretty young, and to see if there were any kids to play with. Your Dad answered the door and thanked me for making you welcome in a new place and have me a hug. That was memorable and cool.

  2. 05 Sep 2016
    Clorinda Fabris says:
    So blessed that I had the chance to meet him. What an amazing man with a beautiful heart! Loved communicating with him on FB and We always loved getting his funny Jib Jab videos. He will forever be missed.

  3. 27 Aug 2016
    Ann L. Morris lit a candle:
    Lit since August 27, 2016 at 8:30:13 PM

  4. 27 Aug 2016
    Crescent Boccardi Wells lit a candle:
    Lit since August 27, 2016 at 8:09:13 PM

  5. 27 Aug 2016
    Crescent Boccardi Wells says:
    I remember Uncle Eddie when I was just a little girl, and he and Great Aunt Ann would come to visit the family. I can see his face and smile as if it were yesterday, and no matter how many years have gone by, that is still my memory of him!

  6. 25 Aug 2016
    Jody Snowball Slatery says:
    He was like a second Dad to me. I have so many wonderful memories of him and he taught me so much. His personality was one of a kind and he was always making everybody around him smile. I'll never forget that laugh...before cellphones, in a crowd at Turkey Rod Run, at the track that's how I always found him, his laugh.... He always made me laugh. He taught me about the mechanics of cars (wish I listened a lot better) and he even included me in on some projects in his shop...great times. He was always so willing to teach anything he was working on. Because of him I was introduced to the world of RV camping and it was always a memorable experience. From home projects he always did an impeccable job on to the ability to fix absolutely everythjng, he was also a wonderful family man to his wife, all of his kids and Grandchildren.
    I'm forever grateful that I had the pleasure of his presence in my life. May he rest in peace and watch over his family.

  7. 24 Aug 2016
    Kim & June <3 lit a candle:
    Lit since August 24, 2016 at 8:49:34 PM

  8. 24 Aug 2016
    Ann Morris lit a candle:
    Lit since August 24, 2016 at 8:50:44 AM

  9. 23 Aug 2016
    Kim H lit a candle:
    Lit since August 23, 2016 at 8:41:20 AM

  10. 22 Aug 2016
    Robert Kappenberg lit a candle:
    Lit since August 22, 2016 at 8:19:37 PM

  11. 22 Aug 2016
    Robert Kappenberg says:
    I have great memories of Ed from our Cub Scout days in Baldwin and into our teenage years. We were in several classes together in Baldwin Junior HS and had fun goofing off at times. Our paths in life went in different directions and came together again after fifty years when my wife and I retired in Port Orange. My deepest sympathy for his wife and children. He will be in my heart and prayers.

  12. 21 Aug 2016
    Walter Sanchez and Family lit a candle:
    Lit since August 21, 2016 at 8:14:59 AM

  13. 20 Aug 2016
    Howard Cohen says:
    Hi everyone this is Howie Cathy Morris's husband. One of my favorite memories of Uncle Eddie is parking that mobile home on my driveway. That reminded me of the vacation movies with Chevy Chase. Then he needed to dump his waste tank. Lmao it was so funny. I had to send him to a town camp ground. It was so honest and pure. I loved it. I joked with Eddie about it and he laughed his ass off. It was a great time with a genuine great person. Thanks for the time we spent that week. Miss you dearly .....

  14. 20 Aug 2016
    Patricia Poligkeit lit a candle:
    Lit since August 20, 2016 at 8:23:29 PM

  15. 20 Aug 2016
    sharon and paul smith says:
    ed was always happy and laughing..... your whole family is a great bunch of people and we miss you all still!!!!! keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers......

  16. 20 Aug 2016
    paul and sharon smith lit a candle:
    Lit since August 20, 2016 at 8:35:27 PM

  17. 20 Aug 2016
    Snowball Family lit a candle:
    Lit since August 20, 2016 at 8:17:15 PM

  18. 20 Aug 2016
    Snowball Family lit a candle:
    Lit since August 20, 2016 at 8:16:00 PM

  19. 20 Aug 2016
    Michael Saporito and family says:
    I have known the Seifert family for over 20 years. Greg and Brian have become brothers. Ed Seifert to me was a mentor, a father, a friend, and even a co-worker. He was a man of many talents, talents that exceeded the average man. His love for his family and his willingness to help those in need is endless. Ed will always have a place in my heart and I am very fortunate to of had him in my life. He will be greatly missed! We love you Ed!!

  20. 20 Aug 2016
    Michael Saporito lit a candle:
    Lit since August 20, 2016 at 8:42:47 AM

  21. 20 Aug 2016
    George Dennis says:
    Last Sunday morning I got word from my friend Ed's son GREG that on Sunday afternoon at around 5PM Ed was called to Heaven.
    i was sitting here stunned.....we got to spend his 72nd birthday together on Friday evening with his wife KATHY, we laughed till it hurt, reminisced about old times and most of all reconnected after 50 years.
    On Saturday night we did one of Ed's most favorite things....went to a cruise night and parade at Old Town Village in Kissimmee Fl, he took my daughter DJ in his 1930 Ford Hot Rod for the parade, he had the time of his life watching her wave to all people on the parade route and having a great time. At 3:46 Sunday afternoon Ed sent DJ writing how much fun it was to se the look of enjoyment she had sharing it with him. Is was so touching when I read it.
    I feel blessed to have spent this time together, so RIP my friend till we meet again.

  22. 20 Aug 2016
    Jody Snowball Slatery says:
    your life was a blessing,
    your memory a treasure.
    You are loved beyond words
    and missed beyond measure.
    Rest in peace.

  23. 20 Aug 2016
    Jody Snowball Slatery lit a candle:
    Lit since August 20, 2016 at 8:55:47 AM

  24. 19 Aug 2016
    Cathy COHEN says:
    My uncle Eddie was and is by far the coolest uncle anyone could be blessed to have. I know In my heart he was always so fun and a good person. He worked as a firman and in oil companies and im sure his many jobs and talents will never all be known by everyone I honestly believe in my heart he should have been an inventor. He was always thinking of such cool and awesome things. He was so incredibly talented . My favorite childhood memory was taking a ride in his custom made dune buggy. He was the FUN Uncle and aunt Kathy was his princess. I wished for that kind of love from a young age . They had a wonderful family and despite Heath problems and life's obstacles he alway had a smile and a laugh that would warm your heart. My last visit with him and aunt Kathy was exceptional. I only wish we would have had another great visit. My heart aches for my cousins and my aunt. But God knows the blessing that we had as a family in halving Eddie. Love you all so much!!

  25. 19 Aug 2016
    Joan Seifert Henrich says:
    A friend to all who knew him,my brother Ed was a special man . He was a self taught plumber, electrician , carpenter and many other titles . What ever he did , he did to perfection . His hobby was restoring cars .
    Ed was a family man . He dearly loved his wife and family . He spoke many times on how proud he was of his children . Ed had a sense of humor that would keep you laughing . We love you Ed and always will .

  26. 19 Aug 2016
    Peter Shahamad says:
    My Family and I have come to know Ed some 28yrs ago thru his Sister Joan and brother-in-law Frank Combs. over the years I was a beneficiary at so many levels from this caring and loving family collectively. Years later, as fate would have it, my wife and I built a home on the same street Ed and Kathy resided in their old neighborhood in Boynton, and I can attest at every beacon call Ed would only be too willing to lend a hand. His broad knowledge base and hands on approach when coupled with common sense was unmatched and to be admired. More importantly he did so with passion and compassion not looking for something in return, he did these and give of himself unselfishly!
    My mom thought me early on, no one can ever do everything by themselves. God always send you a helping hand somewhere. For many of us, Ed was that hand. I wish I could say more here to express my gratitude, but in the end how much could you say to thank folks in this world whom touch your lives. In the end perhaps it is wiser to surrender in front of the scope of this man's generosity and say, "Ed, Thank you and may god bless you!"

  27. 19 Aug 2016
    Laura posted an image:
    This past January at River Ranch we brought the grandkids with us to see Uncle Eddie and Aunt Kathy and entourage. It was always so much fun visiting with you all there. I snapped this pic of Aiden on Uncle Ed's car because it reminded ne so much of Cameron on my dad's trike. Now i have 2 great picture memories of these 2 wonderful men. They sure loved their car shows!!
    This past January at River Ranch we brought the grandkids with us to see Uncle Eddie and Aunt Kathy and entourage. It was always so much fun visiting with you all there. I snapped this pic of Aiden on Uncle Ed's car because it reminded ne so much of Cameron on my dad's trike. Now i have 2 great picture memories of these 2 wonderful men. They sure loved their car shows!!

  28. 18 Aug 2016
    Ann Seifert Morris says:
    It's hard to make this short. There is so much to say about my kid brother. After having 3 daughters, he was the apple of my parents eyes. Many times I would take him places on the bus with me. I'm almost 14 years older than Ed. People used to think he was my son. One time I bought him a whole cowboy outfit, boots ,hat and all ! He was so happy and he looked so cute in that outfit. It's hard to believe I wont be able to laugh with him anymore. He had a great sense of humor and we made each other laugh a lot. He will remain in my heart forever until we meet again someday. Rest in peace dear brother.

  29. 17 Aug 2016
    Dan & Linda Palmer says:
    We have had a long history with you, spanning over 20 years. Every gathering was special. Our cnversations covered every subject imaginable. No matter how serious it got, we always had a good laugh. You had a contagious laugh, that spread throughout the room.
    You and Kathie raised 3 children beautifully. We are so pleased that our daughter got Brian. So many good memories of you to cherish forever. You're going to be missed by many.

  30. 17 Aug 2016
    Tiffany says:
    I met Ed 7 years ago at his Granddaughter's birthday party. I was a couple of months pregnant with my first daughter at the time and we sat and talked for hours about the joy adding to my family would bring to my husband and myself. The love he had for his own family went without saying (although he did say many things that night), and eased all of my fears about bringing a new life into this world brought along with it. We bonded over being from NY, and he made me laugh and feel as though I was one of his own. He had that ability. He truly listened to you when you spoke, and always knew exactly how to make you feel special. I have been lucky enough to have his daughter and her family as some of my dearest friends for these past 7 years. Sue is an amazing woman, and she's amazing because she was raised by an amazing man (and woman, I love you Kathie). I never knew either one of my Grandfathers and I always thought of Ed as the Grandpa I never had. He loved life and everyone who was in it with his whole heart, and Heaven is a better place now that he's in it.

  31. 17 Aug 2016
    Tiffany Cowell lit a candle:
    Lit since August 17, 2016 at 8:27:56 PM

  32. 17 Aug 2016
    Joel Clark family says:
    Ed was a wealth of knowledge and wisdom,he would help you with any problem you had.His intelligence was exceeded only by his kindness . I looked forward to seeing him each time he came by the shop. I rejoice in knowing one day I will see him again. John 3-16. God bless.

  33. 17 Aug 2016
    John Cole lit a candle:
    Lit since August 17, 2016 at 8:01:14 AM

  34. 17 Aug 2016
    John Cole lit a candle:
    Lit since August 17, 2016 at 8:38:06 AM

  35. 17 Aug 2016
    John Cole lit a candle:
    Lit since August 17, 2016 at 8:36:30 AM

  36. 17 Aug 2016
    Fred & Joe Langmeyer says:
    Ed thank you for all the great memories with my son and I on thanksgiving turkey rod run weekends we loved hanging out with you and the family just keep burning that rubber love you man

  37. 16 Aug 2016
    Chad, Kara & Jack Hageman says:
    Ed will be greatly missed by all who knew him. I am glad to have known him and called him my friend. I only knew him the past few years, but grew to love him like a life long friend. He was one of the hardest working people I knew with a great sense of humor and a contagious laugh. I was always amazed by his skills and smarts; he could create anything or make something work better. I have told many that Ed is one of my favorite people and I will always remember him just as that.
    2Cor. 5:8 "To be absent from this body is to be present with the Lord."

  38. 16 Aug 2016
    Al and Jamie Franzini says:
    With love and prayers to the sweet family Mr. Ed has left behind. We will remember him with respect and honor - for his kindness, care and integrity. We are so thankful for legacy he has left behind, especially for our dear, loving and giving friend, and his son, Brian.

  39. 16 Aug 2016
    Kelly & Kaitlyn Bodo lit a candle:
    Lit since August 16, 2016 at 8:29:46 PM

  40. 16 Aug 2016
    Picchiello Family lit a candle:
    Lit since August 16, 2016 at 8:24:11 PM

  41. 16 Aug 2016
    Greg Rogers lit a candle:
    Lit since August 16, 2016 at 8:03:55 PM

  42. 16 Aug 2016
    The Zimmermann& Spearry family lit a candle:
    Lit since August 16, 2016 at 8:19:48 PM

Send an E-Card

Please select an e-card

Required fields are marked *
 






Note: The code below resets with every submit of the form
captcha