It is with great sadness that the family of Rollie Seidel announces his passing. Rollie died on December 29, 2021, with his family by his side at Sanford Health, Bismarck, from a massive stroke, likely caused by the aftermath of COVID-19.
On November 8, 1976, Rollie Russ Seidel came into Russell and Kathy Seidel’s life in Mobridge, South Dakota as the eldest son.
Rollie was a free spirit with a good heart. He lived his life his way, taking the road less traveled. Rollie had a great love for his family. He was Robbie’s older brother. They had a very close bond. Where one was, the other was still not too far behind.
His early education began at Beadle Elementary School, Mobridge. After that, the family moved to Hemet, California, and he attended college and high school there.
He eventually learned and excelled in the flooring trade. Rollie loved to share his knowledge of the trade with many others, including his brother, Robbie. Their passion for flooring led to the start of their own business, Seidel Flooring, which was a great achievement for the two brothers.
Harley Davidson motorcycles, tattoos, music, camping and making people laugh were some of his favorite things. Recently he was learning to play the guitar, a hobby he really enjoyed.
Last year he was lucky enough to have a beautiful baby girl. She brought out a side of him that was rarely seen by the outside world. Ryien was his pride and joy. His desire to make changes to be the best father for her was inspiring.
Family members he left behind include his daughter, Ryien (Jade), and the daughters and son he called his own, Keanna (Radek and Reign), Marri and Steele (Casey), all of Bismarck. ; her father, Russell, Deadwood, SD; mother, Kathy, Bismarck; brother, Robbie (Tiffany) Chadron, Neb .; nephew, Sidney, Chadron, Neb .; grandmother, Lorraine House, Bismarck; and many uncles, aunts, cousins ââand friends he already misses.
He was predeceased by his paternal grandparents, Henry and Virginia Seidel; maternal grandfather, Alvin Kulm; aunt, Beverly Muzzy; uncles, Rodger Kulm, Melvin Ducheneaux and Roger Seidel.
A memorial fund will be set up for her daughter for any contribution and a celebration of her life will take place at some point in the future.
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Posted by Legacy on January 7, 2022.