OBITUARY

Leroy J. Selby

April 17, 1924August 25, 2018
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Leroy Jackson “Jack” Selby, 94, surrounded by family, passed away peacefully, Saturday, August 25, 2018. Jack was born in Midway, OK to Nelson and Dovie Selby on April 17, 1924.

Jack was a meticulous plumber, who even owned his own business doing such, but among his work he found time to enjoy fishing, puzzles and playing Mexican Dominoes with his friends. Besides his love for outdoor activities and games, Jack also had a passion to play golf and watch Oklahoma State University play football.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Nelson Warren and Dovie Mae Selby; and son, Terry Warren Selby.

Jack is survived by his beautiful wife, Susan M. Selby; sister-in-law, Margaret Selby; two grandchildren, Susan Michelle and Shawn Melissa; and two great grandchildren.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Jason Bennett
  • Mike Dieckman
  • Jason Dieckman

Services

  • Funeral Service Tuesday, August 28, 2018
REMEMBERING

Leroy J. Selby

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Howard Lorey

August 29, 2018

Thank you Jack for a long life well lived. You and Uncle Terry gave me my first summer job at Selby Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning back in 1981. The days were long and the weather was brutal, but the pay for a 13 year old boy was delightful. Your kindness and generosity will be greatly missed--our world needs more like you. Sending ocean's of love to you and all of yours. Love, the entire Lorey and Selby family--Lloyd, Nancy, Elizabeth, Howard, Jennifer, Nicole, Zackary, Grace, Graham and Margaret.

Susan Selby

August 26, 2018

The last five years and four months have been very special to me - married to my "Jack".
He was my honey and I loved being with him and taking care of him these last four to five months.
We spent time together putting in our little garden. He would use his little red walker outside wearing his straw hat and when he got tired he could sit down on his walker...he looked like a little farmer in his straw hat!!
I know he does not hurt anymore and he is in Jesus's hands. I will sorely miss my "Jack"!

Linda Baldridge

August 26, 2018

I will always remember Mr. Jack as a kind and caring man. He was so good and loving to my sweet Mama. They were an adorable "elderly" couple! (sorry mom...but you are almost 80!!) lol
We loved you dearly Mr. Jack!!

Kay Davis

August 26, 2018

Memories of Jack on Thursday nights playing Mexican Train at church. They were good times. A bunch of fun times having fellowship eating and playing dominoes.

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