Selma I. Luther, a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away on June 9th at the age of 94.
She was born in Rockmart, Georgia on July 16th, 1928 to Inez and John Morris, who moved to Vero Beach in 1934.
Selma was preceded in death by her parents, her sister, Florene Brooks, her brother, Dwayne Morris, her husband, William M. (Bill) Luther, and her sons, Jim and Joe.
Survivors include her brother, Wayne Morris; children, John (Nancy), Jeff (Shelley), Jerre (Margie), and Jana Hogan (Mike); grandchildren, Kristin Lockwood (Darin), Lindsay Brandenburg (Jackson), Jennifer Langston, William Luther (Susie), Katie Benson (Kell), and Jenna Hogan, and eleven great grandchildren, Alice Grace, Emma, Will, Kase, Jorie, Jasper, Charlie, Grace, Evan, Liam, and Jackson.
Selma attended Vero Beach High School and married Bill shortly after he returned from the war in 1946. They were married for 63 years and raised six children together. Selma was a homemaker who devoted her life to her family and her faith.
She was a member of the Community Church and a generous and compassionate person who always helped those in need. Selma never met a stranger and made friends everywhere she went. She was a strong and resilient woman who faced challenge with grace and courage. She loved her family deeply and was always there for them.
In place of flowers, Selma would want everyone to do a special act of kindness and give to the charity of their choice.
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