Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home and Cemetery

12800 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX


Anthony Alan Selby

March 13, 1964September 26, 2019

Anthony Alan Selby, fifty-five, of Houston, TX passed away on September 26, 2019.

He was born in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on March 13, 1964 to Francis Kermit Selby and Mary Frances Eyler-Selby.

Anthony worked and had a career in Land Surveying for many years prior to his retirement.

He was a member of the United States Army; fought in Desert Storm and Operation Iraq Freedom.

Anthony has a passion for motorcycles and spending time with his family.

He is preceded in death by his Grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Eyler, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Selby.

He is survived by Brothers; Steven F. Selby, Allen W. Selby, Timothy E. Selby, Sisters; Melissa A. Davis, Kristen F. Selby, along with many nieces and nephews.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, October 5, 2019


Anthony Alan Selby

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Debbie Faughn

October 4, 2019

To a beautiful soul. I’m so proud to have had you in our family. You may have been my only brother in law, but you were loved like you were my own brothers. The last time I saw you I told you to ride safe.....and our family joke was....I’ll run ‘em all over. You know I didn’t mean it. Lol. I will miss your laughter and hugs. Ride in peace. Run ‘em all over up there. Till we meet again.❤️😢❤️

Alycia Birks

October 3, 2019

To one of the best friends and cousin a person could ever ask for. I remember when you joined the service. You would carry me on your back up harney hill so you could get used to the stuff you’d have to carry in the army. I’ll miss you and always carry you in my heart. May you Rest In Peace and rise you Harley in the sky. Till we meet again on the other side Keep gram, pap and Travis company.

Danielle Selby

October 3, 2019

Love you daddy. Easily the most well respected man I've ever had the privilege of knowing. I am more than grateful, and proud to have called you my father. I couldn't have thanked you enough for raising me old man. I'll make you proud. Rest in Paradise pops.

Femi Ogunjumelo

October 1, 2019

Heaven just gained an Angel. Rest on Tony! You're in a better place.

Matthew Miller

October 1, 2019

I love you so much Dad.
I could never have achieved who I am today without your unconditional love and seemingly infinite wisdom. Many times I've come to you for advice and consolation when I needed a shoulder because I never doubted the fact that you've always truly believed in me.
I'll be missing you alot and I'll always remember you for everything you are for me and you're spirit will live on through all you've touched. To be your son is a blessing and to be your friend an honor.
Love ya' and See ya' out on the open road Pop.

Frank Baker

October 1, 2019

Tony meeting you at the Dam Icehouse was a day I will never forget! You are like no other person I have ever met ! I will miss your friendly smile and incredible attitude! You will be missed thank you for being my friend!
May you RIP!

Jason Geffs

September 30, 2019

Tony, you taught me so much in such a little time. We were partners at work and after for more than 6 months. I can’t believe you’re gone. Gone but not forgotten, that’s for sure. You were and always will be a mountain goat. A killer. I love you and miss you terribly.

Ryan Anderson

September 30, 2019

To a work mentor, one of my greatest friends, and simply one of the coolest men i've known. Tony, the world will never be the same without you. Thank you for everything you have done and for being like family to me and mine. I will miss hanging out on the patio with you and talking about anything to come up. You were a joy to be around and im proud to have known you for so many years. You will truly be missed my brother. Until we meet again. Spread your wings and fly buddy. Much love.

Ariane Farley

September 30, 2019

I will always remember your kindness, big smile, and fun nature. You left a positive impression upon everyone who had the pleasure of knowing you. The heavens are shining brighter, Rest In Peace.❤

Blake McCray

September 30, 2019

We would play pool drink a lot of xxecks smoke a few cigars and he'd usually kick my ass at the game. Your going to be truly missed,brother.....RIP.