OBITUARY

Helen G Sellers

February 21, 1921September 1, 2021

Helen G. (Roberts) Sellers was born 02/21/1921 to Thomas Kelly Roberts and Frances (Tucker) Roberts. She is preceded in death by her four sisters; Belva Kimbrel, Margret Sellers, Lennie Morris, and Lois Nolan. She married Walter N. (Dub) Sellers on 05/30/1942 and had four children Joe Sellers (preceded in death), Charlotte Presley (Jim), Deborah Hench, and Catherine Bender. She is survived by her 6 grandchildren; Russell Presley (Amanda), Karen Lusby Presley, Joe Presley (Kimberly), Scott Presley, Brandi Burrell, Melissa Bender Cazares (Sergio); 12 great grandchildren, and 2 great great-grandchildren.

Helen was born and lived in the Jackson, Mississippi area until she and her family moved to Lodi California in 1961. After the death of her husband Walter (Dub) of 52 years she moved back to Mississippi to be with sisters and oldest daughter.

Helen worked as a switchboard operator during WWII at the telephone company South Central Bell and again at the Mississippi University Medical Center from 1958-1961. She was housewife in the intervening years.

She was a loved and admired Mother to her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and many friends throughout her 100 years. Helen and her family love having fun whether telling stories or traveling.

We are asking in lieu of flowers to donate to hospice or your favorite charity in her honor.

A pavilion service for Helen will be held Saturday, September 4, 2021 at 3:00 PM at Lakewood Memorial Park, 6000 Clinton Blvd, Jackson, Mississippi 39209.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.lakewoodfuneraljackson.com for the Sellers family.

Services

  • Pavilion Service

    Saturday, September 4, 2021

  • Burial

    Saturday, September 4, 2021

Memories

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Ginny Glover

September 5, 2021

Dearest Helen,
You were one of a kind and knowing you has been an honor and pleasure. Your wonderful humor and personality, not to mention strength of character, has been an example to us all.

May Angels wings carry you to your final home.
We love you.
Ginny & Binks

Deborah Hench

September 3, 2021

Mother was one of kind. She spoke the truth no matter what, loved her family no matter how irritating we could be, and always laughed through good and bad times.

I hope to be like you.
Love you always
Debby

Brandi Burrell

September 3, 2021

You will be missed beyond words! We were such a lucky family to have you with us so very long. You have seen us all grow and been there for many life changing events in which we are forever grateful. You were the strongest, loving person to all that came to know you. Truly an inspiration! Forever in our hearts and mind we will cherish you and the memories we have made. Rest at peace knowing you are loved and appreciated.
We couldn’t ask for a better family!
Brandi ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Chelsea Guice

September 2, 2021

Ryker and Nana

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