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David Sible

Visitation:
Saturday, June 30, 2012
11:00 AM until 3:00 PM
Smith & Sons Funeral Home
207 North Main Street
Columbia City, IN 46725

Service:
Saturday, June 30, 2012
3:00 PM
Smith & Sons Funeral Home
207 North Main Street
Columbia City, IN 46725



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DAVID LEE SIBLE, 58, a resident of Wolf Lake, was fatally injured at 6:15 pm Friday, June 22, 2012 when the motorcycle he was operating ran into the back of sport utility vehicle north of Churubusco on U.S. 33.

He was born in Fort Wayne on December 30, 1953, a son of Robert and Elsie (Bacon) Sible. His formative years were spent on a farm in the Huntertown area. He was educated in the Huntertown and Carroll High School and completed his education in a diesel mechanics trade school.

He spent most of his adult life in Whitley and Noble counties and for the past three years, has resided in Wolf Lake. He farmed on several different farms and had been employed as a semi-driver for various companies and had been employed at the Holmes Lumber Company in Columbia City for several years and recently, he started his employment with the Fort Wayne Truck and Auto Auction.

He was a member of the Escort Motorcycle Club.

The surviving relatives include a son, David L, Sible Jr. of Peru; two daughters, Diana L. Sible, Hardin, Montana and Debbie L. Sible of Brainerd, Minnesota; twelve grandchildren and a sister, Cheryl (Leroy) Schaefer of Fort Wayne.

The visitation will be from 11 am until 3 pm Saturday at the Smith and Sons Funeral Home, Columbia City with the service beginning at 3 pm. Following the funeral home rites, a Celebration of Life will be held at the Escort Motorcycle Club House on US 33 North of Wolf Lake.

For those who wish memorials may be made to the family.



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