Roy Seibert, 59, died May 18 after brief illness
The Aquion Inc. family mourned the unexpected death of Roy Seibert, founder of Procam Controls in Plano, Texas. Procam Controls was acquired by Aquion last November. Seibert died May 18 after a brief illness at age 59.
At the time of his death, Seibert led the Procam Controls division as business unit president and general manager. He built Procam to become a leading supplier of water and chemical management systems for food service and water treatment, as well as the printing, medical imaging and photographic industries. He also was credited with developing and holding patents on five water treatment and fountain solution recycling systems for commercial printers.
“This is a great shock to all of us losing Roy,” said Michael Madsen, president of Aquion Inc. “He was well respected by everyone in the industry, a true innovator who led by example. He built Procam by rolling up his sleeves and getting down to work to develop a worldwide customer base of food service equipment OEMs and significant retail food and beverage marketers. His family is in our thoughts and prayers.”
Mr. Seibert is survived by his wife Sherry; son, Jake, and daughter, Callie; parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Seibert; and brother, John. A private memorial service for him will be held next week in Texas.