Drew Elliot Siebert peacefully lost his battle with cancer on November 23, 2022, at the age of 66. He is survived by his daughter Charlene, sisters Gail and Linda, and brother-in-law Scott. He is greatly loved and missed. His life touched so many others and we are all the better for having him in our lives.
Drew was born to Donald and Eleanor Siebert on January 30, 1956 in Toledo Ohio. Drew liked to invent things when he was young and was always drawn to machinery and electricity and building things. He graduated high school and became an electrician. He was well known in his field, both in Orange County, CA and in Las Vegas, NV, as a highly competent, efficient and likable employee. He rose the ranks to foreman and put his touch on many buildings in SoCal and in Las Vegas. He was devoted and loved what he did.
Drew loved sports and some of his favorites were the LA Lakers, Dallas Cowboys, Las Vegas Golden Knights and Tiger Woods. He loved basketball, hockey, bowling and golf. He was an avid golfer himself and traveled over to play different courses. He always said Pebble Beach was the most beautiful.
He was a loving and supportive father. He made his daughter laugh every day. She loves him more than anyone and will miss him forever. He said she was his greatest accomplishment.
He was a loving and supportive brother. In 2017 he moved from Orange County, CA to Las Vegas, NV to be close to his sister and brother-in-law. They will love him forever.
Drew was a gentle giant with a giant personality. He was wholly himself and unapologetic. He was absolutely hilarious. He was a perfectionist and a list-maker. A sports lover and dedicated to his family. A Jewish-raised atheist with strong opinions and principles that he never compromised. He taught people around him how to let go and laugh, how to train your brain, and how to properly wire your dimmer switch.
Drew Siebert lived on this earth for 66 years and made a lasting impression in his life. His legacy of family and love and laughter will carry into the future. He gifted many with his presence and we are so grateful for him.
We love you Drew! Always and forever.
A Celebration of Life was held Sunday, April 23, 2023
in Irvine Park, California
What a lovely tribute. I feel like I knew him well
You are missed.
My sweet, smart, loving baby brother Drew, I miss you so very much!!!
Was a great gathering for a great guy. I was fortunate enough to join in many years of golfing, bowling, water skiing and an endless supply of laughs….
Miss you buddy…. will never forget the fun times. ☯️
There will always be a hole in my heart. I love you my brother Drew.
Forever you sister,
Drew has a special place in mine and my family’s heart. We had the opportunity to have him as part of our Las Vegas family for 5 years. We are lucky to have known him. I will forever think of him when I see a hockey game on the television. Thoughts and prayers for his family and friends.