Norman C. Sieck

Norman C. Sieck, age 32 of Sioux Falls, SD, died on Monday, December 30, 2019 in Sioux Falls.

Funeral services will be on Saturday, January 4, 2020 at 10:30 am at the United Lutheran Church in Laurel, NE with Pastor Matthew Quanbeck officiating. Burial will be in the Concord Cemetery in Concord, NE. Visitation will be on Friday, at church, from 5:00 – 8:00 pm. Arrangements are under the direction of the Wintz Funeral Home of Laurel, NE.

Pallbearers will be Matt Stanley, Philip Nelson, Justin Detlefsen, Scot Surber, Mike Stanley, Steve Stanley, Travis Klanecky, Brett Klanecky, and Jamie Klanecky.

Honorary pallbearers will be Norman’s brothers, sisters, nieces, and nephews.

Norman Christopher Sieck was born on December 20, 1987 in Omaha, NE and adopted as an infant by Rev. Dr. Albert Sieck Jr. and Sandra Anderson. For the first five years of his life, Norman lived in Spencer, NE and St. Paul, NE. In 1993, when Norman was five years old, his parents and sister were killed in a car accident. Norman then moved to Dixon and was raised by Jerry and Alvina Stanley. He graduated from Laurel Concord High School in 2006 and then continued his education at South Dakota State University.

Norman lived in Sioux Falls, SD for the past ten years. He worked as a server and bartender at various restaurants and bars in Sioux Falls. He enjoyed socializing and could make friends wherever he went. Norman also enjoyed music, football, and spending time with family.

Norman is survived by his adopted parents, Jerry & Alvina Stanley of Concord, NE; siblings, Benjamin Sieck of Sioux City, IA, Matthew Sieck of Norfolk, NE, Peggy & Kirk Nelson of Pender, NE, Jeffrey & Amanda Stanley of Waddy, KY, Raymond & Kama Stanley of Dixon, NE, Laura & Dustin Showen of Dixon, NE, Charles Stanley and friend Emily Kramer of Concord, NE; grandmother Ardyce Stanley of Dixon, NE; 11 nieces and nephews, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Rev. Dr. Albert Sieck Jr. & Sandra Anderson; sister, Ruth Sieck; paternal grandparents, Albert & Eunice Sieck; maternal grandparents, Norman & Betty Anderson; and grandparents, Gerald & Angeline Stanley.


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10 response to "Norman C. Sieck"

  1. By: Janet Newton Posted: December 31, 2019

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. We have so many fond memories of Norman as the boys were growing up. I think I will miss his smile the most. Hugs to all of you.

  2. By: Donna Stanley Posted: January 1, 2020

    My heart hurts for you and your family. It was wonderful to visit with Raymond when Uncle Gerald passed away. My love and prayers to all of you. May Raymond rest peacefully in our Lord’ embrace.

  3. By: Austin Appel Posted: January 2, 2020

    Norm was a staple at TommyJacks pub in Sioux Falls. We weren’t the closest, but his life still had an impact. He was such a wonderful human being and treated everyone around him with love and respect. He always asked how you were doing and lit up the room with his smile. In a dark and cold world, Norman was a light that a lot of people needed. Be a light in the world, and celebrate this man’s life.

  4. By: Ashlie Mork (Allred) Posted: January 2, 2020

    A wonderful friend who lived fiercely, loved undoubtedly, and whose loyalty was unwavering. You will be forever missed, norm. Thank you for years of friendship and great memories, you will never be forgotten and you will always be in our hearts. Im sorry I can’t make it but I live quite a ways away now and the drive is very far. My condolences to the family. Much love.

  5. By: Victoria Gonsor Posted: January 2, 2020

    Norm was a beautiful soul and I was truly blessed to have shared a part of his life and path for some time. His departure is very painful to many and he is missed deeply and will continue to be.. My condolences to all framily of his and my heart will be lost without his smile and hugs.

  6. By: Vicky Owen Posted: January 2, 2020

    My deepest sympathies go out to the Stanley families. May you all cherish the memories you each hold dear.

  7. By: Bonnie Lentz Posted: January 3, 2020

    Hugs and Prayers for you all! Norman will be missed by so many! All that knew him, now have a special Angel watching over them from Heaven instead of Earth😔
    🙏 RIP Norman😇

  8. By: Dawn Lentz Posted: January 3, 2020

    Sending hugs, prayers and heartfelt sympathy to Norman’s family.

  9. By: Jonathan Sazama Posted: January 3, 2020

    Deepest sympathy to the family and friends.

  10. By: Tamara J Boggs Posted: January 6, 2020

    Words can not express how sorry I am. Norman was a sweet guy and always fun to be around. He will definitely be missed!

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