June Hardy Sellers, a much loved lady, has gone to a better place, leaving behind a large, loving family and life-long
friends. She passed away April 24, 2014 in La Grange. As a newborn, she was left in a basket at the door of the
Methodist Childrens’ Home in Selma, Ala. in 1919. The children at the home named her “June Elvidge” after a movie
actress of that time. She was soon adopted by Harris Whitfield and Amanda Knight Wood Hardy, spending her early
years attending schools and making friends in Selma. She married Elvin Boykin Sellers, Sr., of Montgomery, in 1935. Together they had four boys and a girl. June made lifelong friends as she and Boykin moved about the United States.
She lived in nine different states and retired to Alabama. For health reasons, she moved to Ohio, again to Alabama and