Joseph M. SEIKEL

July 16, 1951 - January 11, 2002

07/16/1951 - 01/11/2002

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Monday January 14, 2002

JOSEPH M. SEIKEL, 50 of Huntsville, Alabama, formerly of Bellaire, Ohio, died Friday January 11, 2002 in Huntsville.

He was born July 16, 1951 a son of Colleen Seikel and the late Samuel Seikel.

Joe was the owner of the Stanley Steamer Carpet Cleaning Company in Huntsville. He was a member of the St. Mark’s Lutheran Church and was active with the Huntsville Amateur Hockey Association. He served on the International Board of Directors for Silver Stick Hockey; he coached baseball and softball for the American Legion and was an avid golfer.

Surviving are his wife, Ellen Seikel; one daughter, Erin Seikel of Nashville, Tenn.;one son, Matthew Seikel of Huntsville, Al.; his mother, Colleen Seikel of Canal Fulton, Ohio and a brother, S. Peter Seikel of Shawnee, Ok.

Visitation and services were held at the Laughlin Funeral Home in Huntsville on Monday January 14, 2002, with the Reverend Vernon Lockey officiating.

Memorial services will be held in Dover, Ohio at a later date.

Memorial contributions made be made to the American Heart Association, Ohio Valley Affiliate, PO Box 182039 Dept. 013 Columbus, Ohio

43218-2039 or the American Diabetes Association 937 High Street Worthington, Ohio 43015.

Local arrangements by the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home, 441-37th Street, Bellaire, Ohio 43906.

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Patty Bauknecht Valloric
8 years ago

BHS Class of ’69

We’ll miss Joe at the class


Patrick Ney
8 years ago

I just want to express my sorrow to Joe’s family,and to let you know that his high school classmates share in your loss.

Janis English Le Roux
8 years ago

Pete and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. It isn’t fair that people are dying so young. My only child, a son named Billy Stranges, age 25, died on 9-19-00. He slipped on a wet rock, fell backwards and fractured his skull, broke his neck and severed his spinal column. Life isn’t the same anymore. I will keep you in my prayers and hope God gives you the comfort you need at this time.

Michael P. Kovalyk
8 years ago

With deepest sympathy to my friend and classmate of Bellaire High School 1969,our prayers are with you and your family.


and little Michael Kovalyk