Sandra Lee A. Selby-Gardner

1952 ∼ 2017

Sandra Lee A. Selby-Gardner

WAREHAM – Sandra Lee Ann Selby-Gardner, 64, of Wareham, died peacefully at home on Feb. 5, 2017 while surrounded by her children. She was the widow of the late Harry Gardner who died in 2014. Her first husband, Frank C. Selby died in 1984.  She was the daughter of the late Walter and Dorothy (Morris) Chepetsky.

She was born in Quincy and lived in Wareham for many years.  She graduated from Quincy High School.

Sandy worked as a Receptionist at Midas on Cranberry Hwy for several years before retiring.

She was a communicant of St. Patrick’s Church. She enjoyed baking, sewing, crocheting and crafting.

Survivors include her son, Brad Selby of Wareham; a daughter, Sheryl Salim of Wareham; a brother, John Chepetsky of Whitman; 4 sisters, Dawn Chepetsky of Brockton, Leona Faqua of Dorchester and Joanne McNally of Brockton and Lorraine Bergeron of South Boston; 17 grandchildren.  She was the mother of the late Christy Selby and sister of the late Mary Ella Hayes, Walter Chepetsky and Eleanor Atwater.

Her Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 10, 2017 in St. Patrick’s Church, 82 High St., Wareham. Burial will follow in the Massachusetts National Cemetery, Bourne.

Visiting hours have been omitted.


Friday, February 10, 2017 | 9:00 AM

St. Patrick's Church - Wareham
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Friday, February 10, 2017

Massachusetts National Cemetery
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Sandra Lee A. Selby-Gardner

1952 ∼ 2017

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