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“Sincere condolences to the Sell family, especially Marty and Dave. Joe was a great coach and mentor to me in the Sterling Heights Hockey Association....Read More ยป
1 of 4 | Posted by: William Lane - Houston, TX

“Marty and Sharon very sorry for your loss. He was a good dad and man. ”
2 of 4 | Posted by: Ruth Bricknell - West bloomfield, MI

“Marty and family, I am so sorry for your great loss. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers. ”
3 of 4 | Posted by: Pam Hilton - Macomb, MI

“May we continue to honor and respect all the lessons we have learned; acting as living symbols of a loving spirit. You are in our prayers. ”
4 of 4 | Posted by: The Wujek-Calcaterra Family - MI

SELL, Joseph Jr. "Joe". October 25, 2017. Age 85. Beloved husband of 63 years to his highschool sweetheart Margaret "Peggy" (nee: Stickney). Loving father of Karen West (Don), Marty Sell (Sharon) and Dave Sell (Michelle). Proud and loving grandfather of Tim (Karen), Jeffrey (Hannah), Erica and Emily and great-grandfather of Emmet. Dear brother of Bert Stevens, Janie Trese, the late Catherine Miller and the late Verna Keller. Joe proudly served in the United States Air Force and worked as an industrial engineer at Chrysler for 36 years. He was a man of strong faith and was an active parishoner for many years at St. Leonard Catholic Church in Warren where he served as President of the Dad's Club and also as a lector. Joe also enjoyed golf and loved University of Michigan football; he was the photographer for Sports Fan Journal and traveled with the team regularly. More than anything else, Joe loved his family and being with them. Visitation Monday 3-9pm with a 6:30pm Scripture service at Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons, Inc., 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Parkway (16 Mile). Instate Tuesday 9:30am until time of 10am Mass at Our Lady Queen of Families Catholic Church, St. Dorothy Campus, 12255 Frazho Rd. (W. of Schoenherr), Warren. Inurnment, Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton Twp. Memorial contributions to the St. Bonaventure Monastery in Detroit are appreciated. Please share memories with the family at their "On-LIne Guestbook" at