Aloisious ‘Woody’ Selzler

Aug. 18, 1940-Oct. 8, 2020

Aloisious ‘Woody’

Selzler, 80, of Anamoose,

passed away peacefully

on Thursday, October 8,

2020 at his home in

Anamoose. His funeral

was held Monday, Oc-

tober 12, at 10:30 A.M. at

St. Francis-Xavier Cathol-

ic Church in Anamoose

with burial in the church

cemetery. Visitation was

held Sunday from 6 P.M.

to 7 P.M. followed by a 7

P.M. prayer service all at

the church. Arrangements

are with Nelson Funeral

Home of Drake.

Woody Selzler, son of

August and Amelia (Held)

Selzler, was born August

18, 1940 in Harvey. He

grew up in the Anamoose

area where he attended

the White Township

School and graduated

from the eighth grade at

Selz. He then enrolled at

the Notre Dame Academy

High School at Willow

City and was an altar

server for Father Neva.

Following high school,

Woody entered the Armed

Forces National Guard

and served as Administra-tive Supply Technician

stationed in Harvey.

On October 27, 1966

Woody married Kathy

Dusek. They made their

home and farmed in the

Anamoose area. In addi-

tion to farming, Woody

enjoyed working for the

North Dakota Game and

Fish Department, feeding

deer during the winter

months and cultivating

trees on the Lonetree

Wildlife area. He retired

from the National Guard

in 2000.

During his retirement

years, he kept busy mow-

ing lawns, tinkering in his

shop, and haggling

wheels, deals and steals.

Woody was known for his

quick wit and humor and

was an avid story teller.

He enjoyed drinking cof-

fee (beer in his younger

days) and visiting. You

knew he liked you if he

had a nickname for you.

He is survived by: his

wife, Kathy; 3 daughters,

Corinne (Mark) Engen of

Anamoose, Brenda Selzler

of West Fargo and Cindy

(Todd) Hogenson of Lake

Park, MN; 5 grandchil-

dren, Ryan & Kaya Engen

and Hayden, Hallie &

Tyler Hogenson; 3 broth-

ers, Daniel (Darlene) of

Washington, Arnie (Nan-

cy) of Harvey and August

Jr. (Tora) of Mandan; 4

sisters, Edith Schuelke of

Florida, Caroline

Bachmeier of Washington,

Virginia Feichtinger of

Washington and Reannie

May of Anamoose.

Woody was preceded in

death by: his parents; sis-

ter, Helen Sieg and broth-

ers, Leonard, Ray, Albert

and Steve.

Online condolences

may be shared at nelson-

funeral homesnd.com.