HEGAZI SELMA M. December 15, 2012, age 80 of Plymouth. Loving wife of the late Yousef. Beloved mother of Adnan (Sabah) Hegazi, and Lila (Arthur Shaw) Hegazi. Dear sister of Essie Pringle, Kal, Jim, Nayfe and Abdeen Jabara and the late Freida Rice. Proud grandma of Yousef and Sharif Hegazi. Selma and her late husband Joe owned and operated the Dunkin Donuts on Ann Arbor Road in Plymouth from 1970-1985. Funeral Tuesday 1 p.m. at Vermeulen Funeral Home, 46401 W. Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth (btwn. Sheldon and Beck). Visitation Monday 4-9 p.m. Interment Riverside Cemetery. To share a memory visit vermeulenfuneralhome.com.
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Selma, I have only visited you twice at your nursing home, as Bailey our golden retreiver volunteers to make your day shine. I know you enjoyed petting her, as she enjoyed it too. God Bless You!! You will be missed....RUFF-RUFF, from Bailey!!
I only knew her a short time but I'm so glad I stopped by her room Thrusday. My prayers to her family. Nancy Newton (Bingo call at West Wind)
I have always loved Aunt Selma as family. She was always so kind and razor sharp. She'll be remembered always! With Much Love, Jay, Mady (14), Nina (11), and Avery (4)
Selma was one of our favorite residents to visit at Westlake Health Center, and previously at West Winds. She loved seeing the dogs and we enjoyed chatting with her. We will miss her smile. Lauren Paul, Coordinator for the Pet-A-Pet Club volunteers.
....i am a volunteer at westlake. i had a pleasure of taking selma on various outings, especially the donut ones!!!!! i so enjoyed talking to her, loved her smile, and whenever i was at westlake, always stopped in to see her. she always had that friendly wave. i will miss that. Barbara Van Hove
We always looked forward to visiting Selma at the Westlake Health Center. She throughly enjoyed the dog tricks performed by Oliver. She will be remembered as always having a smile on her face and telling us stories about her wonderful family. Bob Starr, Lenore Hiscoe and "Oliver the Therapy Dog"
salma you were a beautiful lady with a beautiful spirit my dad is in westlake nursing care and every time I saw you you were smiling rip beautiful lady my thought and prayers to your family
Enjoyed your beautiful smile and joyous personality. And the beautiful bracelet you made me.
Selma you will be missed not only by me but by Romeo as well. I just drew your blood the day before you went to the hospital and we had talked of playing Wii Bowling on my next day off and I was to bring Romeo up to see you. I was very shocked to hear that you had passed. You always had a smile on your face even when I had to come draw blood. You always had a kind word to say and I enjoyed stopping in to say hi and chatting with you even if it was for 5 minutes due to my work schedule. You will be missed quite dearly! Rest in Peace Selma.
I had the pleasure on doing odd jobs around the house for Selma at her home in Plymouth. She always made me smile and I always enjoyed making her smile. She will be greatly missed.