Alice Faye Sellers
3 Hurt In Wreck Woman Is Killed East Of Town

Mrs. Alice Sellers, 29, of 2517 Herbert St., was killed early this morning 
in a two-car collision on flooded Route 15 just east of Mt. Vernon. Jefferson 
county sheriff's deputies were investigating the accident, which sent three 
other people to Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The accident involved cars driven 
by Winford C. Sellers, 31, and John A. Desch, 43, Decatur. The cause of the 
collision had not been determined this morning. Sellers was listed in fair 
condition this morning. Also In fair condition there was Raymond 0. Moyer, 43, 
of Steward, a passenger in Desch's car. Desch was treated for minor injuries 
and released. Mrs. Sellers' body was taken to Myers Funeral Home. Funeral 
arrangements were incomplete. Mrs. Sellers was a nurses aide at Good 
Samaritan Hospital.

Source: Mt. Vernon Register-News
Date: Saturday, August 12, 1972
Submitted by: Robert W. Loman

Alice Sellers Mt. Vernon Funeral services for Mrs. Alice Faye Sellers, 29, of 2517 Herbert St., will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Myers Chapel. Burial will be in Kirk cemetery. The body will lie in state at Myers Chapel where friends may call after 5 p.m. today. Mrs. Sellers was killed in an auto accident early Saturday morning. She was born Feb. 8, 1943, in Mt. Vernon, the daughter of Denzil and Clysta (Voyles) Johnson. In 1969 she was married to Winford (sic) Sellers, who survives. Mrs. Sellers was a nurse aide at Good Samaritan Hospital. She was a member of the Hoits Addition Free Will Baptist church. Besides her husband. Mrs. Sellers is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Terry, of Mt. Vernon; three sisters, Mrs. Ray (Frances) Bravard, and Mrs. Don (Maxine) Hayes both of Mt. Vernon, and Delores Terry, at Home; and one brother, Denny Johnson of Mt. Vernon. She was preceded in death by one son. Source: Mt. Vernon Register-News Date: Monday, August 14, 1972 Submitted by: Robert W. Loman

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