April 18, 1949 - December 19, 2016
Robert Perry Sells Jr, “Fuzz”, 67, of Urbana, Ohio went to be with the Lord on Monday, December 19, 2016 in his home surrounded by his loving family.
Perry was born April 18, 1949 in Urbana the son of Imo (Markin) Sells and Robert Perry Sells, Sr. He was a graduate of Graham High School. Perry also proudly served in the 559th Engineer Battalion of the United States Army and retired from International Harvester Local 402 after 32 years of service. He was an avid hunter, enjoyed throwing horse shoes, watched NASCAR and was a loyal Cleveland Brown fan through their good but also their rough years. Perry also enjoyed quality time Coho salmon fishing in Michigan with family and friends. He also looked forward in spending time riding his Harley with his special friend-but more like a brother, Bruce and cousin, Deb. Perry loved the time he had with his family , especially his grandchildren and wished that he would have had been given many more years with them.
Perry is survived by his mother, Imo Sells, by his wife Cynthia (Grauman ) Sells, whom he was married to for 49 years, his son, Douglas (Bev) Sells of Urbana, his daughter, Stacy (Mike) Schwierking of St. Paris, grandchildren, Mercedes (Kyle) Niece, Jesse (Laura) Sells, Alishia and Deidra Schwierking and Hailey Brown; great-grandchildren, Ford Niece, Robert and Nina Sells and Audrey King.; sister-in-law, Connie Carl of Enon, brother-in-laws, Jim Grauman of Cable and Tony (Beth) Grauman of Kingscreek.
He is preceded in death by his father, Robert Perry Sells, Sr, his brother, William J Sells and by his great granddaughter, Chrysler Faye Niece.
Following Perry’s wishes his body will be cremated. A gathering of family and friends will be held from 3-7 PM on Friday, Dec 23, 2016 at Perry’s and Cynthia’s home located at 4343 Woodville Pike, Urbana.
Services are entrusted to Vernon Funeral Home, Urbana.
Condolences may be expressed to family at www.vernonfh.com.
Cynthia, Please know you have my sincere sympathy in your loss. I’ll always remember them from their (him and his brother) from school days at Concord (Graham East)and their living in Eris. Sincerely, Carol (Hagans)Daulton
My sincere and deepest sympathy to Cynthia, Doug, Stacy and all of the family. He was a great neighbor to me and a good friend for over 25 years. Coming over to cut down a big limb when we had a storm and numerous other acts of kindness. I will really miss him but I know he is in a better place. Rest in peace good friend.