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William Joseph Sieber - 1934-2020 (FL)


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Hello everyone,
This past Tuesday February 4, 2020 a bright light went from shining locally in the Spring Hill area of Florida to shining greatly from above. "POP" Mr. Bill Whitey (the father of John Sieber aka "Johnnyboy" of Tow 2 Tow Towing in Spring Hill, Florida) passed away.

Pop was in the towing industry for 60 years, mostly in the Long Island area of New York. In the 1990s he had the largest truck anywhere around and probably even further.



Johnny, family, and the crew of Tow 2 Tow Towing are heartbroken. Something we all understand and are when we lose a loved one.
Today Saturday February 8th and tomorrow Sunday February 9th there will be 4 viewing times at Brewer 7 Hills Funeral Home 280 Maniner Blvd Spring Hill, FL. The times are on both days 2-4 and 6-8 PM. PLEASE COME BY AND PAY YOUR RESPECTS TO HIS LOVED ONES.

TOMMOROW, FEBRUARY 9 @ 4:30PM, we will have a Tow Funeral Procession in Pop's honor. Please show up starting at approximately 3:30 PM, so we can line up and be ready, the route will be announced tomorrow at the lineup.
I WOULD LIKE as many of you to show up throughout the weekend and tomorrow as possible, (PLEASE REMEMBER, that when we have our functions down here Johnny, most of the time, shows up with many trucks) OUR TOW BROTHER and his family NEEDS our support. This is a tough time for them particularly Johnny.
Although we like our trucks all shiny and clean and our uniforms nice and neat, our respect & love shines through even if the trucks aren't clean and the uniforms are "towing dirty".
On Monday February 10th, Pop will travel to his final resting place in New York.

THANK YOU, Ginger S Darling Nationwide Towing 727-444-3911 (and for texting only 727-410-2911).



William Joseph Sieber, lovingly known by many nicknames such as “Whitey”, “Grandpa”, “the old man”, and “Pop” led a life of serving others.

As a youth he served as an Alter boy at St. Michaels Catholic Church in Brooklyn, New York. From there he went on to serve his nation as a United States Marine.
He left the United States Marine Corps to help his family make ends meet when his father got injured and was no longer able to work. He then went on to start his own business helping people in need as a tow truck driver. He even served his community as a volunteer auxiliary police officer.

This selfless service shows a habit of going out of his way to help anyone in need. William would give you the shirt off of his back even if it were the first time he had met you. William leaves behind his loving wife, Jean Sieber; six children, William Jr, John, Lisa, Marie, Nancy, and Kelly, 27 grandchildren 23 great-grandchildren and 1 great great-grandchild; loving family and friends.

William will be reunited with his parents, William C. Sieber and Dorothy Sieber; as well as his daughters, Teresa Ann Sieber and Diane Miller.



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