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August 21, 2013

Lois Fay Selzer


The Express-Star

— Lois Fay Selzer of Bradley, Oklahoma departed this earthly life on Saturday, August 17, 2013 at Shanoan Springs Residence in Chickasha, Oklahoma at the age of 75.  Fay was born in Phoenix, Arizona to Robert and Ivan Dell (Clark) Green. Fay married Charles Ray Selzer on August 6, 1955.  They had three children:  Jay, Gay, and Kay.



     Fay was a homemaker and an accomplished seamstress.  She worked at Eubanks Department Store doing alterations and worked as a custodian for the Alex Public Schools. In her younger married life, while living in Arizona, she loved square dancing with Ray in the Phoenix Twirlers Group.   Fay was a member of the First Baptist Church of Bradley, Oklahoma. She was also a member of the Washita Valley Home Extension Club, served as a volunteer for the Bradley Fire Department, and was an avid volunteer at the Bradley Community center.  Fay enjoyed sewing, crafting and gardening, and she loved entertaining her grandchildren.

   

     Mrs.Selzer is survived by her son, Jay Selzer and wife Debbie, her two daughters: Gay Pettit and husband David, and Kay England and husband, Jimmy; grandchildren: Emery Selzer, Kristi Hoehman, Jon Selzer, Devery Pettit, Scott England, and Nic England; great-grandchildren: Gracie Selzer, Ray Pettit, Oliver Selzer, Scarlett Selzer, Samie Jo England, Owen Pettit, Rylan Hoehman, Clara Jane England, Hunter England, and Reed Hoehman and one sister, Jean Tucker.



     Fay was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Ivan Dell Green, brothers: Bill, Bob and Jack Green, sisters: Daisy Harrington, Bernice Plumb, and Geneva “Pete” Plumb.



     Funeral Services for Mrs. Selzer are Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at two o’clock p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Bradley, Oklahoma, with Reverend Donald Hogue officiating.  Interment will follow at Bradley Cemetery, Bradley, Oklahoma.  Services are under the direction of B.G. Boydston Funeral Home of Lindsay, Oklahoma.  Condolences for the family may be made online at www.boydstonfuneralhome.com.

 


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