Memorial Book for Paul Seltzer

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  1. Paul’s love for his family was immeasurable. May the love and support of others bring comfort during this difficult time.
    He was the kindest most caring, selfless person, doctor and friend. He will be so missed by the so many lives he touched. I am grateful to have known him.

  2. Paul was simply a “really nice guy”. A warm, caring, friendly person with a great sense of humor. Dedicated to his family, his profession and his friends. A strong athlete and I feel blessed to have had the chance to have our lives intersect. All those of us from the running community are truly saddened by his passing. My deepest sympathy to Lisa and the entire family as well as all his friends.

  3. Paul was a friend since Lynbrook High School days. I saw him grow into a fabulous man, son, husband, father and dentist. Paul was so loved and respected by his family, his Community and his many friends. He will be sorely missed by all. Rest in Peace, Paul.

  4. Paul, simply the nicest, most genuine guy that I ever met.

    Rachel & Jennifer Best friends in their early years & Basketball with Paul Every Monday night 7PM @ “the Y”
    I knew Paul for 30 years, Yes, I’m jealous of all of you from Lynbrook that new him for 60+ years

    Of course everyone is right when they call Paul a Mensch. Looking it up in Websters however, he was so much more, But only words with high usage are chosen to become part of our language, and that will just never happen, because there just aren’t many Paul’s in our Universe.

  5. Dr Seltzer has been my dentist for over 30 years. He is single handedly the man who helped me overcome my fear of dentists. He was the most gentle, kind man and exactly what i needed in a doctor. He was friendly and would talk a lot even if i could not respond. He would always be encouraging, reassuring and made me so comfortable and confident in anything he had to do on me. I enjoyed his talks about everything from his family, trips, his college days and more. I was blessed to have this kind man as my dentist and id consider him a friend after all these years and i am devastated to learn that he is gone. He was needed here, but too gentle and kind for this world. Rest in peace doctor seltzer. You wont be forgotten.

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