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Steven Siegling, age 45, of Sarasota, Florida, passed away Wednesday, March 13, 2019, from an aneurysm. His memorial service was held at 11:00 AM, Thursday, March 21st at the First Presbyterian Church at Wessington.

Steven David Siegling was born on May 13, 1973, to David and Kathy (Rediger) Siegling. He grew up in Wessington, South Dakota and graduated from Wessington High School. He was especially active in music and using his speaking skills. He served as an announcer for school, church and community events and won awards for drum competition, oral interp and plays. His portrayal of “Zorro” in a comedic play brought eruptions of laughter and is still on tape to enjoy.

As a high school job, he worked for local bee keeper “Casavan Apiaries” and enjoyed the experience of taking bees to Texas. He helped on the family farm, but that was not his calling. He went in to sales for Radio Shack, ultimately managing two of their largest stores. After a Rediger family vacation to Disney World, he fell in love with Florida and relocated there. Wessington was his hometown and he came back for a short while, but business took him back to Florida. He owned a sales and marketing firm and while traveling across the country, he gained many friends and close associates.

In 2004, he married Holly Rider and they had one daughter, Sophie Noelle, born December 8, 2011.

Besides anything and everything to do with his young daughter and spending time with family, his passions were golfing and off shore fishing. When time allowed, he sold boats and helped charter Gulf of Mexico fishing trips.He was organizing such a trip for his parents, who were flying in on Saturday to spend time… but time ended on Wednesday instead.

As the oldest grandchild he loved being with the adults; especially his grandparents and Great Aunt Myra “Suse” and Maurice Christian. His favorite bible, given to him by his Aunt Luann, was often opened to “Timothy.”

Steven is survived by his daughter; his parents; one brother, Daniel Siegling (significant other, Jennie Kranz), Brookings; his grandmothers, Lou Rediger, Miller, and Dolores Siegling, Sioux Falls, aunts and uncles, Greg (Carolyn) Rediger, Miller, Luann (Tom) Reynolds, Sioux Falls, Byron (Cheryl) Rediger, Marvin NC, Darla (Sam) Lukens, Tea, Dennis Siegling, Tea, and Dawn Siegling, Lakeville, MN; and cousins, Grant Rediger, Nathan (Mckenzie) Reynolds, Kari (Sam) Purtle, Rainey (Brittany) Reynolds, Bryanna Rediger, Braydon Rediger, Brooke Rediger, Becky (Andrew) Hartman and Alex Schaefbauer.

He was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Dale Rediger and Darrell Siegling.

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Our thoughts and prayers with you after hearing this today. David and Kathy how difficult this must be for you. Love, Peggy and Lynn Moller

We are so sad to hear about Steve. We can not imagine your pain. We have so many fond and fun memories of Steve. Know that he will always be remembered in our hearts. Ken and MaryLou McGirr

Steven was unique and full of life. I have so many memories of our boys and their zest for life. Prayers and my thoughts are with you during your time of grief and loss. Nancy Bohr

My deepest sympathy to you. My prayers are heartfelt. I am so sad for you. Love you. Vernetta LeGrand

Such a shock, cannot imagine your pain...our prayers are with you! Doug and Pam Voss

I was shocked and saddened by the news of Steve's sudden death. I can't imagine the pain you are all experiencing! May our Heavenly Father wrap his loving arms around you and keep you all in his care. Hugs, thoughts and prayers for all! Jan Labor

Our hearts feel your pain. You and your family are in our prayers. Dianne and Ken Wedge

It’s always with disbelief that our children could go before. My thoughts are with you.  Mona Olson

This is such sad news. Steven was gifted with an outstanding personality. Thoughts and prayers are extended to the Siegling family. Carol Stobbs

Although I never met your son, I felt as though I knew him through you. Family is strong through your stories and tales during your weekends at the campground! I'm sure I speak for those who know you, we feel your pain and pray the love of family and friends will help your in the coming days, weeks, and months to come. Our heartfelt sympathy to you. Esther M Hansen

I am so, so sorry for your loss. One summer Steve and I visited often. I always enjoyed our visits and found his zest for life’s possibilities amazing. Hoping memories ease your pain somewhat. Know that he lives on in your hearts & minds and that you carry a part of him with you each day. ❤️ Peg Diekhoff

Our thoughts and prayers are with you on the untimely death of Steven. Please accept our sincere condolences. Love, Ellen and Les Runestad

So sorry to hear about the loss of your son. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. Janie Gregg

Steve was a wonderful friend, always had time to stop and visit, always had a smile never a negative thought or word ever from Steve. Just a great awesome friend that will be greatly missed. He loved his daughter and family. Miss ya Steve. So sorry for your loss. Prayers for David and Kathy, family and friends.  Gary Spicer

We are so sorry for your loss. Our sympathy to your family. Rick & Judy Wagner

David, Kathy, Daniel, Sophie and all of Steven's family, A special place will always remain in everyone's heart for Steven. A great man! Bill and Glenna (Siegling) Thompsen

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the families He will be missed. Kyle & Juanita Siegling

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