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Sue Hays Harris Selsor

Sue Selsor, age 85, passed away on Friday, October 28th, 2016, in Carbondale, Colorado. Sue was born on August 22, 1931 in Amity, Arkansas to Lenna and Omer Hays, and was the youngest of eight children. Sue was a loving wife, mother, aunt, grandmother and friend. She lived a long, busy, and happy life and loved her family above all else. She was predeceased by her brothers Bill, George, and Ralph Hays, and by her sisters Evelyn Kirksey, Mary Alice Kelley, Anne Jones, and Elizabeth Robertson. Sue was also predeceased by her first husband, Roy E. Harris. Sue and Roy lived for many years in Hot Springs, Arkansas, where together they developed South Shore and North Shore Condominiums on Lake Hamilton. She is survived by her husband, Albert C. (Bud) Selsor of Basalt, Colorado. Bud and Sue lived for many years in Hot Springs Village, where they played tennis, traveled, and enjoyed retirement together. They moved to Colorado in 2013 to be closer to family. Sue is also survived by her daughter, Susan McKeller (Mark) and son Kevin Harris (Wendy), both of Snowmass Village, Colorado, her son Kenny Harris (Greta) of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and her daughter Cheryl Weinberg of Austin, Texas. In addition, Sue is survived by her nine grandchildren, Shonda Phelps, Chianne Capel, Robyn McKeller, Patrick McKeller, Seth Weinberg, Sara Boren, Cody Fletcher, Kaelin Harris, and Nikki Harris, and eight great grandchildren. Memorials to the National Parkinson’s Foundation are greatly appreciated.


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