George Howard Selover

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George Howard Selover

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George Selover

George Howard Selover, 91, passed away peacefully on Monday, April 20, 2020, in Billings.
George was born on April 9, 1929, in Minneapolis. He was forever grateful for the opportunity to attend and graduate from The Blake School and Princeton University. In Minneapolis, he met the love of his life, Patty Whitaker. In 1955, George and Patty moved to Billings to manage Whitaker Buick, which later became Selover Buick and to raise their family. They quickly became involved in and easily grew to love the community.
George felt extremely fortunate to live in Billings. As a result, he felt a strong desire to give back to the community while becoming very active in many organizations. He cared deeply about the youth in Billings evidenced by his long tenure as a member and chairman of the school board and chairman of the board of Rocky Mountain College to name a few. George and Patty loved working and relaxing at their cabin in Red Lodge where many wonderful memories were made with family and friends.
George is survived by his three daughters, Sally Brucker (Ben), Mary Underriner (Bill) and Lucy Walton (Gary). He became known as Poppie as his life was blessed and enriched with nine grandchildren, Anne Flowers (Jordan), Scott Brucker (Mackenzie), Stephen Brucker (Lisa), Blake Underriner, Kyle Underriner, Craig Walton (Stephanie), Brandon Walton (Amanda), Whitney Walton, Taylor Cochrane (Eddie); and nine great-grandchildren, Braden, Carson and Blakely Flowers, Peyton and Brooke Brucker, Sadie, Calvin, Graham and Whitaker Brucker.
A celebration of George’s life will be scheduled at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the charity of your choice.

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  1. Scherrie Knight

    Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.

    I started work for in 1980 and was fortunate enough to work for his legacy for 33 years.he even came to wish me the best in retirement on my last day.

    God has welcomed him with open arms and I’m sure he is rejoicing being reunited with the love of his life, Patty.

  2. Mary I am so sorry about your dad. I bought my first car from him in 1973. He was very good friends with Greg’s dad, George Reiter back then. He was a very nice man and good business man.
    Cherish all of the memories. All my thoughts and prayers for your beautiful family.
    Stacey and Greg Reiter

  3. Celeste Gillispie

    I had the honor of working for George Selover at his car dealership back In the mid 1960’s. My condolences to the family.

  4. My condolences to the Selover and Underriner families. Almost 30 years ago, George, Bill and Jim Buller took a young Rocky graduate and introduced him to the world of automotive finance and accounting and I am proud to say that, even with some moves here and there, I am still in the business. 30 years later and 1000 miles away, I still look back fondly on my memories at Selover’s.

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