George S. Seltzer III

October 4, 1948 - July 8, 2020

10/04/1948 - 07/08/2020

George Schofield Seltzer the III, 71, a prolific musician, craftsman, father and grandfather, died Wednesday, July 8th at Virginia Beach General. He lived in Virginia Beach the majority of his life.
Many in the VB area are familiar with George’s enthusiasm for creating and playing music, and his dedication to living on and repairing boats. He will be remembered for his big heart and stubbornness, his propensity toward scooters, and caring for elderly animals.
Surviving are his son, Micah; daughters, Kara and Leah; and three grandchildren. He was the son of the late George Schofield Seltzer Jr. and Eugenia Simpson Brunhouse Seltzer.
Memorial Services will be held on the weekend of July 24th, please reach out to Kara (757) 681-0120 for details. Memorial donations can be made by clicking here.

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zeno nichols (nick)
2 years ago

I was 15 yrs old when George then 18 asked me to try out for his band about 1964 or 65. Best time of my life. We lost touch over the years as we both grew and went our separate ways. But I will always be grateful to George for that opportunity for asking me to try out for his band. I am posting this late but I did not find out about his death until recently. RIP, George
Nick

denise lashells
2 years ago

George gave us stories that only he could have lived. A renaissance man. I think your father was worthy of a place in literature. Most people have a couple of rooms in their head , George had many rooms as do most people who are exceptional.

denise lashells
2 years ago
Cabe White
2 years ago

Fair winds and following seas-Vaya con Dios

Rodney Adachi
2 years ago

George you leave 3 wonderful children, many friends and dogs that will remember your music, kindness and marine craftsmanship. Condolences to Leah and her siblings.

Peggy Summs
2 years ago

I will miss so much being your friend. You were very special to me and will miss our long debates. You were always good to me and Mack. Rest in peace….till we meet again

Kristen Cooper
2 years ago

George was one-of-a-kind. He always had something amusing to share and Shore Drive will not be the same without him. He loved his music and shared it proudly.

Annette Chester
2 years ago

Hoping that time will help soften your sadness, leaving only wonderful memories that will last forever in your heart. Glad to have met George in his shopping days at Taylor’s Do It Center.

Carol Ennis
2 years ago

George you were a talented & kind man. Thanks for employing a lot of my friends to work on boats with you. I will cherish the memories. RIP

Gary Johnson
2 years ago

So sorry to hear about George,God bless your family haven’t seen him in 48 years, but still have a surfboard he made!