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Terry L. Selogy

Terry L. Selogy, 73, passed away from Covid Pneumonia complications on Jan. 13. Terry was born in Massillon and has been an area resident all his life. He retired from Alsides after 20 years of service, the Wadsworth City Schools after 20 years and owned and operated his own business for over 25 years. Terry loved to fish, bowling on Friday nights and bowling with the Senior League, playing his guitar. He also loved spending time with his great-grandson Colton and going to dinner every Saturday night with Donna. Terry was a hard working man and would do anything for his family.  He was an avid Steelers fan and his favorite sayings were “I was a hell of a man when I was 18” and It’s the 1st day of the rest of your life.” He always gave his all and there was never a dull moment with him. His most prized possession was his family. He was so proud of all of us. Terry was preceded in death by his parents Johnny Selogy and Patsy Richardson; brothers Wayne Knopsnider; Butch Selogy and Clay Knopsnider; brothers-in-law Bud, Wes and Wayne Miller; mother and father-in-law Deveda and Harold Miller; sisters-in-law Linda Heiney and Shirley Sandi; and nephew Tony Joe Sandi. He is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Donna L.; son Terry Bradley (April and family); daughter Lisa Selogy; grandson Nick Selogy; great-grandson Colton Selogy and his mom Jacque Nenadal; sister Bobbie Jean Tayler and family; brothers Don, Jim and Mike Richardson; nieces Melinda Dasher and family and Autumn Selogy and family; nephews David Knopsnider and family and Todd Selogy and family; brothers-in-law Michael Heiney and family; Joe (Karen) Miller and Jeff (Kim) Miller; sisters-in-law Michealine Miller and family, Jan Miller and family; nephews Michael Miller and family and Eric Sandi; and nieces Theresa Seifert and family, Gina Lewis and family and Tara Blake and family. This isn’t goodbye, it’s until I see you again. Love you Daddy. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Akron Children’s Hospital. To share a memory or send a condolence, please visit

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  1. Vicky Wellman on January 27, 2022 at 3:08 pm

    Donna and Lisa , I am so sorry to see this ! So sorry for your loss ❤️🙏

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