In Memory

Jeffrey Selsor

Jeffrey Selsor

Jeffrey Stone Selsor, 51, Kansas City, MO, passed away March 13, 2002. Jeffrey was born January 25, 1951 in Cleveland, OH and was a lifelong resident of Kansas City. He graduated from Southwest High School in 1969 and Westminster College in 1973, where he was a member of Beta Theta Phi fraternity. Jeff was preceded in death by his mother, Marian Waddington Selsor in 1975. Jeff is survived by his father, Fred Selsor of Kansas City, MO; his sister and brother-in-law, Janet and Larry Blaylock of Kansas City, MO; and his brother and sister-in-law, John and Connie Selsor of Rifle, CO. He also leaves three nieces and one nephew. Jeff was a lifelong member of 2nd Presbyterian Church.

The family requested donations be made to the Polycystic Kidney Foundation of Kansas City in Jeff's name. Jeff is buried at Mt. Moriah Cemetery.

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02/27/09 04:03 PM #1    

Patti Ronai (Bastable)

Jeff died in December 2007, he loved to talk about High School and his success in Track! He was always up for a conversation on the phone, especially about sports. For those of us who were honored with his many calls now miss them.

03/29/09 05:18 PM #2    

Bob Waggener

I could be wrong, Patti, but it seems to me my mom sent me Jeff's obit about 2002. Jeff and I were good friends, and trained a great deal together, especially in the summers. He really found his niche as a miler and cross country champion. Southwest was his life to a great degree, and he had a rough life subsequently, always nostalgic for the "glory days"...
Bob Waggener

08/10/09 01:09 PM #3    

Betsy Titterington

As a race director in Kansas City in the mid 80's and 90's, I would run into Jeff often as he would hang out at the running events...always trying to make a comeback to the "glory days" (Bob)! I would often let him run at no cost as he was so excited to be involved. I understood that he was experiencing some hard times and had hoped he would find his way. I also know there were a number of classmates that knew of his circumstances and always tried to help. It made me proud to know that we had such a caring class.

09/09/09 04:43 PM #4    

Kim Sprinkle (Wyre)

Jeff and I became great friends during typing class with Ollie Hoover. How fortunate that our last names placed us in desks next to each other...Selsor-Sprinkle. We reconnected at our 10th reunion and talked and wrote to each other over the subsequent years. My fondest memories are of us laughing and teasing each other in High School. I miss you Jeff.

03/20/10 07:28 PM #5    

Robyn McCaughey (Grauer)

Jeff and I were good friends in high school and in contact after. He bore such a heavy burden. I love him and look forward to seeing him again.

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