Billy Sellers the son of Joe and Marie (Farmer) Sellers was born June 2, 1955, in Dallas, Texas and departed this life on April 21, 2020, in Stilwell, Oklahoma at the age of 64 years, 10 months and 19 days.Bill enjoyed life and he loved his family. His grandkids were his pride and joy. He worked for many years for the Rural Water Districts #3 and #4. Bill was loved by many, and he touched many lives over the years. He will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.He was preceded in death by his father Joe Sellers and his brother Charles Sellers.He is survived by a loving family which includes his wife Karen Sue Sellers of the home; his mother Marie Sellers of Stilwell; his daughters Missy Funburg and husband Joe of Stilwell, Jenny Flippo and husband Jaimie of Lowell, AR, and Amanda Crozier and husband Cory of Stilwell; his siblings Denise Brown, Robert Sellers, Susan Kester and husband Eugene, Tina Ketcher, Barbara Cantrell, Kay Duncan and husband Tony, John Sellers and wife Kim and Buffalo Sellers and wife Denise all of Stilwell; 11 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild and 2 great grandchildren on the way.Bill was a very hard, working man. He took pride in providing for his family. He loved and adored his three girls, and they cherished him. He always made sure to spoil the four women in his life. He would use every chance to show all his loved ones just how special they were to him. He had such a giving heart always thinking of others and how he could help them.He loved to be outside gardening or just enjoying nature. He spent many nights on the porch talking, and telling stories. Oh, how he loved to tell stories to anyone, even strangers. He also loved woodworking, creating furniture, toys, and pretty much anything you could imagine. Other hobbies he had were rebuilding old trucks and fishing.After grandkids came along his life was fulfilled, and his heart was full. He spent much of his time teaching his grandsons about life, and making his granddaughters smile. He would not let them leave without a hug and hearing I love you.Most importantly, Bill was a Godly man who loved his Lord very much. He was a prayer warrior who prayed for everyone. We find peace in 1 Peter 5:10, And the God of all Grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm, and steadfast. He will live on forever in our hearts until we see him again.