Date Created: 08/06/2013
Last Updated: 08/06/2013

In loving memory of Woody Selsor
12/29/1919 - 8/5/2013

Location: St. Louis, Missouri

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This memorial was created in honor of Marvin "Woody" Woodrow Selsor of St. Louis, Missouri. US Army Captain Marvin W. Selsor (born December 29, 1919 in Paris, Missouri) of Imperial MO died at the age of 93 on Monday Aug 5th, 2013 at SSM St. Clair Hospital. Marvin was loved by many and will be dearly missed by all friends and family.

Captain Selsor retired from Haughton Elevator Co. in 1976. Soon after his retirement he, his wife Lucille, and daughter Kathy bought a small farm in Desoto and began a hobby raising Wild Mustangs brought in from the Western United States. They moved back into the St. Louis area in 2001, where Woody enjoyed being a Marshall at Pomme Golf Course in Arnold.

Capt Woody Selsor is survived by his wife of 72 years Lucille E. (Slattery) Selsor, his 12 children: Michael W. Selsor of Desoto, Patricia E. (Selsor) Keil of Mehlville, Mary G. Selsor-Smith of Hillsboro, Kathleen A.Selsor of Oakville, Maureen E. (Selsor) Bersing of Arnold, Jerome J. Selsor of Kimmswick, Timothy G. Selsor of Desoto, Kevin K. Selsor of Barnhart, Christopher A. Selsor of Fenton, Jonathan S. Selsor of Kimmswick, Brian T. Selsor of Kimmswick, Thomas A. Selsor of Barnhart, 35 Grand-Children, 55 Great-Grandchildren, 1 Great-Great Grandchild, and 3 sisters Blanch, Hazel, . Preceded in death by parents Earl Selsor & Phoebe(Winjet)Selsor, brothers Denver Selsor, Earl Selsor, grandson Daniel Selsor, and Daughter-in-Law Rose Selsor.

Funeral services at St. Joseph’s Parish Imperial MO Thursday Aug 8th. 10am -1PM followed by celebration Mass @ 1:30pm followed by full military grave side service at St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Montebello Rd, Imperial MO. Luncheon served at St. Joseph Parish Church cafeteria immediately after grave-side service.

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By: Hanna K Friday, August 09, 2013
Although I never truly knew great grandpa like everyone else but he was one of the oldest guys with the youngest hearts. I remember he'd always joke around when I saw him. He loved loved loved to golf and was just... View Entire Memory
By: Patrick Selsor Friday, August 09, 2013
Grandpop was the type of man every man should strive to be. He was brave, smart, funny, kind, stern, silly & serious & he knew when to be all of them and when to not. The things he taught me growing up across the field... View Entire Memory
By: Kevin Bersing Wednesday, August 07, 2013
"Hawaaiiyyaahh? Juneau . . . Al-ask-ahh ! !" This was a typical greeting routine with Woody that never got old, no matter how many times we would act it out, as if it was the first time. Wow, I can't believe we won't... View Entire Memory


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