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Plains Edition Obituaries for 6-4-11

Robert “Rob” A. Seybold, 40, of Trenton, died May 18, 2011, in Lincoln, Neb.

He was born to Robert G. and Linda L. (Westrand) Seybold in Kearney on Jan. 15, 1971.

He graduated from Trenton High School in 1990. Following graduation he began working on the family farm and ranch northwest of Trenton. In addition to taking over the family farm, he had owned and operated Seybold Construction since 2000.

He loved the outdoors, hunting, and fishing with his dad and brother, and spending time with friends. He enjoyed hunting in Alaska for bear, caribou, Dall sheep and moose, as well as many other western states, although his favorite hunting experience was enjoyed close to home, pursuing whitetail deer.

He was always there to lend a helping hand to family, friends and neighbors. He loved little kids, especially his nieces and nephews.

Survivors include his father, Robert Seybold of Trenton; mother, Linda Seybold of Grand Island; brother, Frank (Darcey) Hansen and their children, Chris and Stephen Hoffman of McCook; sisters, Bobbi Jo (Todd) Kool and their children, Brandon and Brandi, Annette Seybold and daughter, Makayla all of Grand Island; and close family friend, Gary Poindexter of Trenton.

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He was preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents.

Robert “Rob” A. Seybold, 40, of Trenton, died May 18, 2011, in Lincoln, Neb.

He was born to Robert G. and Linda L. (Westrand) Seybold in Kearney on Jan. 15, 1971.

He graduated from Trenton High School in 1990. Following graduation he began working on the family farm and ranch northwest of Trenton. In addition to taking over the family farm, he had owned and operated Seybold Construction since 2000.

He loved the outdoors, hunting, and fishing with his dad and brother, and spending time with friends. He enjoyed hunting in Alaska for bear, caribou, Dall sheep and moose, as well as many other western states, although his favorite hunting experience was enjoyed close to home, pursuing whitetail deer.

He was always there to lend a helping hand to family, friends and neighbors. He loved little kids, especially his nieces and nephews.

Survivors include his father, Robert Seybold of Trenton; mother, Linda Seybold of Grand Island; brother, Frank (Darcey) Hansen and their children, Chris and Stephen Hoffman of McCook; sisters, Bobbi Jo (Todd) Kool and their children, Brandon and Brandi, Annette Seybold and daughter, Makayla all of Grand Island; and close family friend, Gary Poindexter of Trenton.

He was preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents.

Robert “Rob” A. Seybold, 40, of Trenton, died May 18, 2011, in Lincoln, Neb.

He was born to Robert G. and Linda L. (Westrand) Seybold in Kearney on Jan. 15, 1971.

He graduated from Trenton High School in 1990. Following graduation he began working on the family farm and ranch northwest of Trenton. In addition to taking over the family farm, he had owned and operated Seybold Construction since 2000.

He loved the outdoors, hunting, and fishing with his dad and brother, and spending time with friends. He enjoyed hunting in Alaska for bear, caribou, Dall sheep and moose, as well as many other western states, although his favorite hunting experience was enjoyed close to home, pursuing whitetail deer.

He was always there to lend a helping hand to family, friends and neighbors. He loved little kids, especially his nieces and nephews.

Survivors include his father, Robert Seybold of Trenton; mother, Linda Seybold of Grand Island; brother, Frank (Darcey) Hansen and their children, Chris and Stephen Hoffman of McCook; sisters, Bobbi Jo (Todd) Kool and their children, Brandon and Brandi, Annette Seybold and daughter, Makayla all of Grand Island; and close family friend, Gary Poindexter of Trenton.

He was preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents.

Robert “Rob” A. Seybold, 40, of Trenton, died May 18, 2011, in Lincoln, Neb.

He was born to Robert G. and Linda L. (Westrand) Seybold in Kearney on Jan. 15, 1971.

He graduated from Trenton High School in 1990. Following graduation he began working on the family farm and ranch northwest of Trenton. In addition to taking over the family farm, he had owned and operated Seybold Construction since 2000.

He loved the outdoors, hunting, and fishing with his dad and brother, and spending time with friends. He enjoyed hunting in Alaska for bear, caribou, Dall sheep and moose, as well as many other western states, although his favorite hunting experience was enjoyed close to home, pursuing whitetail deer.

He was always there to lend a helping hand to family, friends and neighbors. He loved little kids, especially his nieces and nephews.

Survivors include his father, Robert Seybold of Trenton; mother, Linda Seybold of Grand Island; brother, Frank (Darcey) Hansen and their children, Chris and Stephen Hoffman of McCook; sisters, Bobbi Jo (Todd) Kool and their children, Brandon and Brandi, Annette Seybold and daughter, Makayla all of Grand Island; and close family friend, Gary Poindexter of Trenton.

He was preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents.

Robert “Rob” A. Seybold, 40, of Trenton, died May 18, 2011, in Lincoln, Neb.

He was born to Robert G. and Linda L. (Westrand) Seybold in Kearney on Jan. 15, 1971.

He graduated from Trenton High School in 1990. Following graduation he began working on the family farm and ranch northwest of Trenton. In addition to taking over the family farm, he had owned and operated Seybold Construction since 2000.

He loved the outdoors, hunting, and fishing with his dad and brother, and spending time with friends. He enjoyed hunting in Alaska for bear, caribou, Dall sheep and moose, as well as many other western states, although his favorite hunting experience was enjoyed close to home, pursuing whitetail deer.

He was always there to lend a helping hand to family, friends and neighbors. He loved little kids, especially his nieces and nephews.

Survivors include his father, Robert Seybold of Trenton; mother, Linda Seybold of Grand Island; brother, Frank (Darcey) Hansen and their children, Chris and Stephen Hoffman of McCook; sisters, Bobbi Jo (Todd) Kool and their children, Brandon and Brandi, Annette Seybold and daughter, Makayla all of Grand Island; and close family friend, Gary Poindexter of Trenton.

He was preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents.