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Lev Seltzer
36/2 Nachal Lachish
Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel
Phone: 972-2-999-5332
Cellphone: 972-58-847-1912

Ways you might know me from the past:

  • Larry Seltzer from Roslyn High School
  • Larry Seltzer from Tufts University, Civil Engineering E86
  • Larry Seltzer from Tyler Hill Camp

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2 thoughts on “Contact”

  1. Lev, I am one of your long lost relatives. I saw your fantastic work and family tree a couple of years ago and recently was looking at it with another one of your lost relatives, Michael Hertzig. I used your information to get in touch with the children of one of my cousins, Fred Goldstein — thanks.

    By the way, congratulations on your recent wedding.

    I would like to start communication with you, and would especially like to give you some updating information, if you are still interested. Otherwise, I will be glad to add it directly to your family tree, if you can tell me how to either copy it so that I can add on to it, or otherwise get into your tree.

    Michael and I keep scratching your head trying to figure out how much work you had to do to compile all of the information you put together. It must have been any real undertaking. Again, thanks.

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  2. Hello Lev/Larry,

    Long time, hope everything is good with you as it is for me at this time.
    I am working on a Dvah Torah for April 15, during Passover.
    It is going to be entitled the 11th plague, although cancer seems to be already looked at as the 8th plague.
    Basically it is about “Hereditary/Genetic Cancer,” but the two points I want to stress is family history and getting into a screening program so that the markers can be monitiored, because when caught at stage 1 or 2 you have a chance of being cured.
    I would like to use your family tree and would like to encourge you to make another catagory for the family of the 1900’s so
    we can record what they died of. This will be an attempt to document to the future a better family history.
    Let me know what you think?

    B’Shalom,
    Barbara

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