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Dellwyn "Del" Drews
Sievert

Of Franklin, Called home to the Lord surrounded by his family on Monday, January 25, 2016 at the age of 80 years. Beloved husband of Elaine (nee Sellhorn) of 57 years. Dear father of Debbie (Art) Sievert-Metzger. Grandfather of Michele Metzger. Father of Don (Debbie) Sievert. Grandfather of Danny Sievert, Kelsee (Trevor Pickart) Sievert, Ellee (Steve) Thoms, SRA Chadd Sievert, Katee (Adam) Revolinski and Kristin (Tip) Kress. Great-Grandfather of Charlee Pickart, Nathan and Penelope Revolinski and Mia Kress. Brother of Carolyn (Richard) Kolbow and Rod (Sue)Sievert. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation will be held Thursday, January 28, 2016 at the FUNERAL HOME from 3PM until the time of service at 7PM. Private burial.
Del and Elaine were co-founders of Del Sievert Trucking celebrating 70 years in its third generation now run by Don Sievert. Del was proud to have served the citizens of Franklin as an Alderman and was named Businessman of the Year. The family wishes to thank special friend and caregiver Shari Rios and the exceptional staff of Lake Terrace Care Center.
If so desired, memorials to Risen Savior Lutheran Church- Franklin or to the City of Franklin Fire and Rescue.
“Del faithfully served his Lord, family, community and touched many lives.”
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Johnson-Reiss
Klemmer-Scheuerell-Tyborski
9200 S. 27th St. 414-761-2750
Guest Book and Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Ronald J. Jaskolski

So sorry to hear of Del’s death, he was a good man and father. Please accept our sincere condolences on your loss. Ron & Jim Jaskolski – Jaskolski & Jaskolski, SC.

Jean Weedman

I have to go way back in time to recall images of Del. I was a youngster and I stayed with Elsie on the farm for part of the summer for several years. It was summer of delights,including hanging out at the gas station and collecting eggs. But I clearly remember seeing Del and his young wife (Elsie and Hank’s daughter) and his new truck (a dump truck). I remember an energetic, vibrant, and kind young man. I’m happy to hold that picture. Jean Weedman (formerly Reddemann)

Bill Allwardt

We (Pastor Bill and Paulette Allwardt) have always lived far away in Springfield, Ill. during seminary and then Paris, Texas and Bay City, Michigan but I remember getting together at Ray and “Lyd” I remember “Del’s” smile and interest when we would visit.
I also remember the trucks and being very impressed as a kid.
I know it is always hard to let go, but celebrate the memories. Thank God for his strong faith. We know where we are going and someday we will join “Del” and all who have gone before us in faith. Blessings! Serve God by serving one another as he did.

Bob Tennie

Del was always nice to work with. Once at Our Shepard Lutheran church we were working on a parking lot. Del brought in his big equipment and made the task easy. I think Del had breakfast at George Webb’s just a few more time than me. Now he can just move bigger thinks around in heaven with his heavenly equipment. He will be missed. Bob Tennie

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