Clyde Moody Siebman
Born November 26, 1958, in Sherman, Texas, Clyde Moody Siebman spent his early years in the nearby town of Pottsboro. His family then moved to Plano, Texas, for his father’s employment before Clyde graduated from Plano Senior High School in 1977. He attended Southern Methodist University (SMU), where he earned a dual undergraduate degree in Business Administration and Psychology in 3 1/2 years and then a Juris Doctor in 1984 on a full scholarship. He earned many distinctions during college and law school, including a Departmental Distinction in Psychology for his work to address mental competency and the law.
While in law school, Clyde met Carol Ann Mumm, a fellow SMU law student. They married the year after graduation and were blessed with a beautiful 35-year marriage. They practiced law together before Carol became a judge and were the proud parents of their beloved daughter, Elizabeth Forrest, who followed in their footsteps in becoming a lawyer. She later became a named partner in the firm her father co-founded, Siebman Forrest LLP. Clyde’s niece, Becca Skupin, also previously worked as an attorney at the firm.