Edward Siemans

Edward A. Siemans

Wednesday, December 9th, 1931 - Friday, April 24th, 2020
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Edward A. Siemans, 88, of Stevensville MI, passed away at Spectrum- Lakeland Hospital in St. Joseph, on Friday April 24, 2020, surrounded by his family.

A private family service will be held on Tuesday, April 28 with burial to follow at Graceland cemetery. A public Celebration of Life service will be held at a later date because of the COVID-19 stay at home order. Memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran church in St. Joseph. Friends wishing to leave a condolence may do so at

Ed was born on December 9, 1931, in Chicago, IL; to Ernest & Rose (Price) Siemans. He married the love of his life Joan Reynolds on September 26, 1953 in Markham IL. He served in the National Guard for ten years. In 1975 Ed & Joan came to Bridgman to look at a car dealership to buy. At first, they felt the dealership was too small and they were not interested. After talking to other dealers, they decided to take a chance. They agreed to buy the business, moved their family to Bridgman, and Siemans Ford was born. In addition to a enjoying his roll at the dealership, Ed loved being involved throughout the community.

Ed is survived by his wife Joan, three sons Jack (Teresa) Siemans of St. Joseph, Craig Siemans of Stevensville, Eric (Cathy) Siemans of Benton Harbor. He is also survived by five grandchildren including Matthew Siemans, Michael (Gianna) Siemans, MacKenzie Siemans, Marty Siemans, and Kailee Siemans.
Ed was preceded in death by a brother Howard Siemans and a sister Bernice Pagen.
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    Graceland Cemetery
    Red Arrow Highway
    Bridgman, MI
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Diane Carter

Posted at 03:14pm
Please know that your family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers. I enjoyed the time I spent working with Mr. Siemans and he enjoyed razzing me at every opportunity. He was one of my favorite people and I miss him already.


Posted at 03:29pm
I am so sorry for your loss, You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Jere Dehring

Posted at 12:24pm
To all Ed's Family,
Our sympathy is with all of you. Bernice Dehring, our mother/mother-in-law, worked for Ed and with Joan for many years and had many good stories to tell of their time together! He cared deeply for his family and his business, including the workers. May you all be blessed by God's peace and comfort.
Jere and Jeannie Dehring

Tim Noonan, Mead & White Electric, Inc.

Posted at 10:38am
With heartfelt condolences. Ed will be missed by many.
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Cheryl Carlson

Posted at 09:31pm
I first met this wonderful man when I was 5, some 70 years ago. It was Christmas and I had Chicken pox. Ed brought me my first Story book doll. She had a beautiful long dusty blue dress with multi colored circles on it an she had a big floppy hat I will never forget that doll and that wonderful young man my cousin Joan was dating. What a guy! He has been in our family and hearts for many many years and will truly be missed. God's blessings yo my Cousin Joan and their 3 wonderful sons and their families. 🙏🙏🙏🙏💕💕

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