In Memory

Peter Seidner

Peter Seidner


We regret to inform you of the loss of Peter Seidner, who passed away  March 30, 2014.

Peter is the beloved husband of Elizabeth Seidner, devoted father of Joshua, Zachary and Gabrielle Seidner, dear brother of Evelyn (Gary) Kirschner and Herb Seidner.

Services will be held at Adath Israel Congregation, 3201 East Galbraith Rd, Amberley Village 45237, onTuesday, April 1 at 11:00AM. Burial will follow at the United Jewish Cemetery in Montgomery.

Friends are welcome to join the family at Adath Israel Synagogue for 7:00PM Minyan service followed by a visitation Monday evening.

Memorial contributions to American Liver Foundation, 39 Broadway, Ste. #2700, New York, NY 10006 or Adath Israel Congregation would be appreciated.

May God comfort Elizabeth, Joshua, Zachary and Gabrielle, Evelyn, Gary and Herb, and all  those who mourn for Peter, and may his memory always be for a blessing.

Links to the obituary are below

Weil Funeral Home


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06/03/14 11:11 AM #1    

Richard Newhauser

I hadn't communicated with Pete for many years, but then Facebook - as it so often does - facilitated that. Among the notifications Facebook insisted I read one day a few years ago was a greeting from Pete. We were able to speak on the phone from time to time after that, and when I heard that he was very sick I called to thank him for one very vivid memory. It must have been the late spring of 1972; I had taken a break from graduate school and was in Cincinnati to live cheaply, save money, and then go to Europe. Splurging on a steak at a restaurant in northern Kentucky wasn't part of the plan, but Pete and Julie Golding wanted to have dinner there so I found myself drinking cocktails before dinner, ordering a huge slab of beef, and drinking beers with dinner. I had been working some long hours and wasn't used to so much alcohol so eventually, with all the conviviality and calories, I dozed off. But I awoke with a start when Pete, Julie, and a bevy of waitresses started singing happy birthday to me while a sparkler danced above a little cake on my plate. What a surprise! Especially because it wasn't anywhere near my birthday. But that was Peter Seidner: doing something that everyone would enjoy. 

As I remember him now, making a friend smile seems to have been one of his specialties. I was fortunate to know him and be his friend, and even more fortunate to let him know in our last phone call how much I appreciated a small gesture that he had forgotten after so many years. But that sign of friendship still burns in my memory like the sparkler on my "birthday" cake.


06/04/14 06:42 PM #2    

Ann Greenberg (Bliss)

I am so sorry to hear of Pete's passing.  He and I sang together at the JC at talent shows.  I enjoyed getting to know him during that period of time.  He was a sweet person.  He played the guitar, I sang.  I lost contact with him after I left the area.  My thoughts are with his family and close friends.

08/09/15 11:38 PM #3    

Jeff Robinson

Pete, We just have way to many memories to put on paper. I miss your friendship daily. We shared everything during our lives. Wishing you were here to continue sharing it.

08/13/15 09:13 AM #4    

Carol Macintyre (Hatfield)

Two people that I wanted to see at our big 50 were Marilyn Brandt and Pete. Now they are both gone and it is so sad that I missed out on seeing how their lives turned out!

Carol Macintyre Hatfield

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