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Ginny Seibert, 1924-2010
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Doctor Rollin Bland presenting to Ginny the first annual "Cy Seibert Award" to honor both of them for service &  participation in Grand Lake Audubon Society, June 2006.

Long-time Tulsa Audubon and Grand Lake Audubon member Ginny Seibert passed away on September 24, 2010. Ginny, along with her late husband Cy and daughter Pat, were among the first to befriend us when we first move to Tulsa and joined Tulsa Audubon. I have many fond memories of Ginny.

For many years Ginny was was a leader & co-leader of Tuesday Morning Birders. She was among the first of Tulsa Audubon members who helped establish and participate in the Pelican Festival at Grand Lake. After Tulsa bowed out of it, she also helped Grand Lake Audubon, becoming active in that chapter after retiring to Grand Lake.  She loved presenting slide shows and talks for TAS in Tulsa Public Schools.  She and Cy were active with monitoring water quality in Grand Lake.

by John Kennington

Tulsa World Obituary

Seibert - Virginia Faye Van Noy, of Tulsa, OK, died Friday Sept 24, 2010 at home. She was born March 11, 1924 in Hannibal MO, daughter of Nathan and Annetta Van Noy and grew up in Jacksonville, Ill. She married Lloyd Miller Seibert, Jr., June 28, 1945. She was preceded in death by her husband, her son, Lloyd Miller Seibert III, in Tulsa, her sister Helen Van Noy Evans, and her brother, John Kelsey Van Noy both of Jacksonville, Ill.

Ginny was an avid bowler, loved to travel, was an enthusiastic member of the Tulsa Audubon Society, and upon retiring from the family floral business moved to their home on Grand Lake. Ginny was one of the founding members of the Grand Lake Audubon Society in Grove, OK.

She is survived by daughter, Patricia L. Seibert, Tulsa, her granddaughter Shelley Seibert Johnston, great grand children Andrew and Sydney Johnston, Sapulpa, OK, nieces Kathy Evans Cooper, Thomasville, GA, Carrie A. Van Noy, Jacksonville, Ill, nephews J.D. Evans, St. Louis, MO, Ronald F. Van Noy, Jacksonville, Ill. Those wishing to honor Ginny may contribute to the Grand Lake Audubon Society, Audubon Adventures, PO Box 45183, Grove, OK 74345-1813.

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

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