Darrel R.Siebuhr

darrel r.siebuhr

Darrel R. Siebuhr, age 74 of rural Greenville passed away Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at Hillsboro Rehab and Health Care Center after battling cancer and COPD. A memorial service celebrating his life is set for Friday, December 18, 2015 at 11 AM at Mt. Nebo Primitive Baptist Church. Darrel was born on February 5, 1941 in Greenville the son of Robert H. and Rose M. (Collman) Siebuhr. He was a farmer and was also employed for 18 years with L.A. Trucking, Inc., Alhambra, IL. Darrrel loved to extend a helping hand to people who needed assistance. Also, he lived his life fulfilling his responsibility in caring for nature that was created for mankind. He loved to go fishing and hunting or just sitting in the woods enjoying nature. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Darrel is survived by his mother Rose Siebuhr of Greenville, his son Wayne Siebuhr and his wife Jamie, his daughter Emily Luffman of Tennessee, three grandchildren, his sisters Nancy Siebuhr of Greenville, Nelda Greer and her husband Sidney of Texas, Martha Bluhm of North Carolina and Mary Lee Kover of Greenville. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be sent to Mt. Nebo Primitive Baptist Church, C/O Bernice Lurkins, 1160 Prairie Road, Greenville, IL 62246


Friday, December 18, 2015 at 11 AM

Mt. Nebo Primitive Baptist Church

View current weather.

Memories Timeline


  1. So sorry to hear Darrell lost his battle. He fought long and hard. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Though I only knew you for a short time. You have touch my heart in so many ways. You had a heart of gold. You always had concern for all. I will miss all the untold stories you never got the chance to talk about. I enjoyed hearing about all your adventures you took. I miss seeing you everyday, However I know it was your time to get your wings. Fly High My Dear friend.

  3. so very sorry for your lost. I did not know Mr. Siebuhr personally but by the comments made I can tell he was a great guy who was loved by many. Words cannot express the unwanted void death brings when we lose a family member or close friend. I fine great comfort from the scriptures, because it tells us that death was not part of God's original purpose. Our loving father Jehovah God has also taken steps to bring back to reality his original purpose and he has guaranteed it by sending his son Jesus to die for all of us. Our King Jesus Christ by means of his precious blood has provided a ransom that releases us so that we can have a relationship with God with the prospect of everlasting life. As Acts 24:15 says,"there will be a resurrection of both the righteous and unrighteous." May you fine strength and peace. Your friend and neighbor.

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

  1. Light a Candle
  2. Light a Candle
  3. Light a Candle
  4. Light a Candle
  5. Light a Candle
  6. Light a Candle
  7. Light a Candle
  8. Light a Candle

Accessibility Tools