Ohio Dealer Jim Seibert Dies - Tire Review Magazine

Ohio Dealer Jim Seibert Dies

Jim Seibert, owner of Jim Seibert’s Automotive in Fairfield, Ohio, died June 8 at age 64.
Jim Seibert
Seibert, a Cincinnati native, had been in the process of transferring ownership of the company and retiring. A notice posted on the dealership’s website states, “It is with great sadness that I share the news with you that Jim Seibert passed away in his sleep last night. To know Jim was to like Jim and he will truly be missed.

“Jim Seibert’s Automotive will continue to operate and serve the automotive repair and service needs of Fairfield and the surrounding communities,” the message continues.

Jim is survived by his wife of 30 years, Elizabeth "Betsy" (Bukosky), and three daughters. He was a U.S. Army veteran and will be buried with military honors.

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