Merlin Wayne Siroky was born May 21st 1956. His passion for sharing bible teachings and building others up was his lifelong achievement.
His occupation as a mechanic was catalyst to his hobby of building many metal works of art and revolutionary welded creations as he always aspired to devise a new steel or iron innovation to move, shift, or lift thousands of pounds in a single try. Merlin created life, living between Kansas and Montana. His wife Deila of 44 years were blessed with 3 amazing children, DeVola and twins Halley and Holden.
Merlin grew up on a farm outside of Lewistown Montana that molded his hardworking, resilient and relentless work ethic. Merlin rarely acknowledged the phrase “slow down” and he accomplished any task and any opportunity he set his mind to.
In Merlin’s retirement years he enjoyed time with his Granddaughter, work in his garage restoring a Massey Ferguson tractor, family walks, being outdoors for lawn work, and many shared meals and conversations. Merlin is remembered by how he loved his dear family, he never knew a stranger, kept his personal family and spiritual family top priority, and diligently followed teachings from bible.
Merlin will be missed by countless spiritual brothers and sisters, his devoted family, and every person that he enjoyed meeting.
A private service with his family will be processed at a later date per Merlin’s request.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses will be accepted on his behalf. Contributions and condolences may be sent to Pohlman-Varner-Peeler Mortuary, who is in charge of these arrangements.