Roger B. Selbert ’73

Roger B. Selbert ’73 died on March 22, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. 

(The following was published in The Los Angeles Times, April 13 to April 20, 2019:)

Roger Bernard Selbert was born on June 1, 1951, to Harold and Paula Selbert of Teaneck, NJ. He met Kim Glaser, the love of his life, in 1971. They were married for forty-five wonderful years. Roger was a writer, researcher, futurist, and public speaker. He earned a Ph.D. in international relations from USC and a BA in history from Bowdoin College. Roger enjoyed discussing politics, education, and controversial topics. He loved playing golf and soccer. Roger cared deeply for his family. He leaves behind his wife, Kim, daughter, Adrienne (Brent) Johnson, grandchildren, Sidney and Riot, sisters, Arlene Arnold and Rochelle Mayer, and his brother, Mark Selbert. Roger died on March 22, 2019. Services were held on April 2, 2019 at Pierce Brothers Westwood Village.

1 Comment Roger B. Selbert ’73

  1. Harry Demeter

    I remember Roger as a force–smart, sociable,and vital–that distinguished him in the pledge class at my fraternity, Delta Sigma, Bowdoin College. I have followed his career as a futurist since then. While we mourn the loss of such men as Roger, we must colsole ourselves that they have left a tangible legacy, one that I am certain, will survive the test of time.

    Reply

Leave a Reply to Harry Demeter Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *