Jean E. Siebert

February 17, 1930 - September 16, 2020

Jean E. Siebert, 90, of Batavia, IL. passed away on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at Delnor Community Hospital in Geneva, IL.  Jean was born on February 17, 1930, in Aurora, IL, the daughter of Henry and Florence (nee. Olsen) Evans.  She was united in marriage to Herbert Tinsman Siebert on August 30, 1952 at Mooseheart.

After graduating from West Aurora High School in 1948, Jean went on to study at Colorado College and obtained her bachelor’s degree in English in 1952. Jean was a dedicated childhood educator in Batavia.  She began her career as a teacher’s aide, then moved into the role of kindergarten teacher at Louise White Elementary School until her retirement in 1994. Jean loved to read, garden, watch PBS, and spend time with her family and friends.

Jean is survived by her three loving children, Scott (Jennifer) Siebert, John (Kate) Siebert, Anne (Robert Teinowitz) Siebert; her five grandchildren, Alex, Ryan, Kristen, Jack, and Maggie Siebert; one sister, Mary (Robert) Bereman; her four nieces and two nephews; and her caregiver, Ewa Koleczek.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her loving husband of 58 years, Herbert “Beau” T. Siebert; her son, Brian Siebert; and her nephew, Bradley Newsom.

Visitation will be held from 9:00 A.M. until 10:30 A.M., Saturday, September 26, 2020 at Moss Family Funeral Home, 209 South Batavia Avenue, Batavia, IL 60510. Due to Covid-19, the family requests that all attendees wear a face covering and maintain social distancing while attending the visitation.  A private memorial service will follow at 11:00 A.M. at Calvary Episcopal Church, 222 S Batavia Ave, Batavia, IL 60510.  Attendance will be limited to family, however the service will be available for all to view online. Please contact the church for viewing information (630) 879-3378. Interment will follow at West Batavia Cemetery in Batavia, IL. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in her name may be made to, Calvary Episcopal Church or Ronald McDonald House Charities to support families with critically ill children

Guest Book

  • Missy Newsom Blanton To all in Illinois, My sincerest sympathy.. It's such a time of emotions. I have a soap dish Aunt Jean gave me when I was 10 years old ( let's just say, "some time ago...") It reminds me of her almost daily-her kind, but straight forward nature and so soft spoken. She gave me a pattern for "the Hungry Caterpillar" years ago. We used it as a family and now it's enjoyed a the Episcopal children's centers around N E FL. This is to say her gifts keep giving! Aunt Jean and Uncle Beau have left each of you with a unique part of them. Trusting you find joy and comfort in the memories and in things you say and do that remind you of them. Love and prayers to you all, Missy and family
  • Charles D. Pierce John,Anne & Scott, I am so sorry to hear of your mothers death. She and Herb lived across Maple Lane Street from Jan & I for 40 years. Great Neighbors. Good people. God is receiving a great lady to be with dad Herb. Chuck Pierece
  • Mike Stiers What a wonderful Lady and Family. Many nice memories of Band days teaching her neat children. Blessings to you all.