REP. HAROLD R. SELBY
91st General Assembly
Rep. Harold R. Selby, a Democrat, represents Jefferson and Franklin counties
(District 105) in the Missouri House of Representatives.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Selby is the owner of Seltronics, a computer repair business. He has previously worked for the Chrysler Corporation in Fenton as an autoworker.
Rep. Selby was a member of the Jefferson County 911 board of directors. He attends
St. Martins United Church of Christ in Dittmer.
A 1976 graduate of Northwest High School in House Springs, Rep. Selby attended Jefferson College's two year electronics program. He later graduated from Control Data Institute in computer technology in 1980.
Rep. Selby has lived in the105th district for over 31 years. He previously served as a volunteer fire fighter for the Eureka Fire Protection District, a volunteer EMT for Big River Ambulance District and is currently a volunteer firefighter for the Cedar Hill Fire Protection District. He also helped establish the Jefferson County Emergency Management System.
Born March 26, 1957, in St. Louis, Rep. Selby currently resides in Cedar Hill with his wife, Becky and their two children, Christine and David.