Cage-Mills Funeral Directors

4901 Everhart Road, Corpus Christi, TX


Michael Selzer

November 17, 1946November 16, 2013

Michael Selzer, 67, passed away on November 16, 2013.  He was born on January 25, 1946 to David and Selma Selzer in The Bronx, New York.  He was raised in New York City where he graduated from Christopher Columbus High School.  He later graduated from UCC University in Corpus Christi, Texas in 1972. He married his wife of 28 years on January 7, 1985 in Negril, Jamaica.  Michael was self-employed preserving the John Howland Wood Mansion in Bayside, Texas. He will always be remembered for his love of laughter, sense of adventure and generosity of heart.  He will be greatly missed by the many people whose lives he touched. Michael is preceded in death by his father, David Selzer; mother, Selma Grogin Selzer and sister, Rene Selzer Lulov. Michael is survived by his wife, Lynnette (Hudson) Selzer, niece, Patti (Michael) Lulov Feldman, and nephew, Richard Lulov. Visitation will be held from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 at Cage-Mills Funeral Directors.  Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at Cage-Mills Funeral Directors.  Interment to follow at 2:00 p.m. at Chamberlain Cemetery in Kingsville, Texas. To offer your condolences visit us at www.cage-mills.com


  • Visitation Tuesday, November 19, 2013
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, November 20, 2013


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Olga Bobish

December 12, 2014

So sorry to hear of Mikes passing. He was a graduate of UCC, I did not know him well but he was a part of our college memories . Rest in peace..


December 12, 2014

The memory of Mike lives still strong in my awareness. Mike is a friend I could never forget
Peace to all who miss his great presence

Steve Flaherty

December 30, 2013

RIP Mike....Great knowing you during our glory years at UCC

Steve Farrell

December 30, 2013

Mike. You are intact in my memory. It was fun and an honor knowing you in our college days....and I've known of your personal goodness sense then. You made a huge impact on many of our lives. I wish I could thank you personally now. Rest in peace Mike. A forever Friend. Steve

Lonny Wilder

December 30, 2013

So very sorry to hear of Mike's passing. Such a wonderful spirit and among the wonderful bunch of us who grew up in the New York/New Jersey area in the 60's to become friends and part of that unique family at UCC on Ward Island in Corpus Christi. My deep condolences to Mike's family. God Bless.

Joe Piegari

December 29, 2013

I first met Mike in Canaan, NH and we and quite a few others made our trek to UCC. Mike, thanks for the memories. I was glad I had a chance to see you earlier this year at the UCC reunion. May you rest in peace my friend.

Richard Tracy

December 29, 2013

RIP Mike glad to have shared some special moments at UCC , it was a special time especially the 60's , Thanks Dick Tracy , Hudson , N.Y 1971

Diana Jo Barton

December 29, 2013

To the Family of Michael Selzer,
My deepest condolences to Lynette and the family. I know Mary Rodman who was involved with the family during Michael's fight with cancer. Michael, Mary and I are among friends who also attended UCC.

My prayers for God's comfort and caring in the midst of your great loss.

Diana Jo

Bill McComish

November 26, 2013

Mike and I first met at The Bronx House Community Center just as we were entering our teen years. The Bronx House was equidistant from where we lived: Me - 2355 Williamsbridge Road, Mike - 2084 Bronx Park East. It was over a mile between our two buildings, so we frequently spoke by phone: Me - OL 4 1258, Mike - UN 3 4575 Mike was often hanging out/working at his parents dry cleaning store, Ebony Cleaners on 7th Avenue at 127th Street in Harlem - SA 2 9288. At The Bronx House, we were in a social group we named The Regulators. After a couple of years, our horizons expanded to the 92nd Street Y. There, we formed a group called the Ebonies with Mike serving as President. Depending on context, we used the expression "EBONY, EBONY!" for our hello, goodbye, a cry for help, confirmation, consolation, affirmation, acknowledgment, bonding and just for the hell of it. It was mainly used as a substitute for: "Catch you later." Although Mike eventually moved to Texas and I remained in New York, we spoke frequently throughout the years. Without fail, Mike would always end our conversations with: "EBONY, EBONY! He said it exactly the same way and with the same youthful enthusiasm as when we were teenagers. Mike always lived his life with that same youthful enthusiasm. EBONY, EBONY! Billy B.

November 22, 2013

Michael was a fraternity brother of mine from Westchester Community College in Valhalla NY. in the mid 1960's. He will always be in my heart for helping me unlock the mysteries of my own spiritual journey. Although he has left this world, take comfort in knowing that he will be waiting for all his loved ones on the other side. May God bless you all and give you peace. Anthony Bianchini, Albany NY