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Selma Dunahoo

October 30, 1945 — December 2, 2023

 

Selma Dunahoo passed away in her home surrounded by family on December 2nd 2023.

Selma was born on October 30th 1945 in Artesia, New Mexico; the daughter of Buddy and Bobbie Wallace. On July 18th 1998 she was married to Rick Dunahoo in Artesia.

She worked at Western Bank for 39 years, where she started as a teller and worked her way up to Vice President. She was very intelligent, hard working and loved to help people. She was an excellent judge of character and was very respected by her co-workers and customers. After retiring in 2013, she and Rick moved to New Braunfels, Texas where they enjoyed their laid-back life and neighborhood gatherings on their patio.

Selma had a great sense of humor and loved planning parties and game nights for family and friends. She touched so many people through her magnetic personality and warm heart. She loved cooking, experimenting with new recipes, travelling and her fur babies; Suri Kay and Sadie Grace.

She is preceded in death by her parents Buddy and Bobbie Wallace, late husband Bob Fugier, sister Joretta Peterson, brother Jerry Wallace and son Joel Fugier.

She is survived by her husband Rick Dunahoo of 25 years, daughter Jeanna Guerrero (husband Mike), son Russ Greer, step-daughters Becky Quenneville (husband Ray), Stephanie Delve (husband Aaron), Jessica Dunahoo and step-son David Dunahoo. Grandchildren, Bryce Guerrero (wife Wendi), Kay-leigh Stack (husband Marshall), Brant Guerrero, Krysta Greer, Ray Quenneville Jr, Cody Quenneville, Ryan Quenneville, Jayden Delve, Callie Delve and Brooklyn Delve.

Beloved by her family and many friends, the bright light that was “Selma” will be truly missed and never forgotten.

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