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April 06, 2014
As former classmate of Jane at Northwestern University Dental School'5l, she will deeply missed for her professionalism,dedication and contribution to dentistry and acting as the matrix that held our class together all these years.I feel as though I've lost a dear friend and fellow professional. Byron Truax. DDS
March 26, 2014
Aww i remember my Mom worked for Dr Selbe and we would go their as patients also.. She was very good and me being a gagger she helped me get out of that lol.. She will be missed was a fantastic dentist..
March 26, 2014
My Mother, June Kraft Moser, raised five children in Morton Grove, IL. I suspect she met Dr. Selbe while they both attended Northwestern University in the early 1950's. She entrusted all her children to Dr. Selbe's care, and I have fond memories of her gentle nature as she tended to my teeth. I loved going to her home office in Glenview, and playing outside in the woods in the backyard while waiting for my Sisters to finish up their appointments. I was always very excited when I made the "No Cavities Club", and got my picture taken and posted on the bulletin board.

One day, while playing baseball, I took a fastball to the face, knocking out my front tooth. Even though it was a Sunday, My Mother called Dr. Selbe. "Do you have the tooth", she asked. My Mother responded "yes", and Dr. Selbe just said "bring him in and bring the tooth". We scrambled to her office, and she replanted the adult tooth with an artificial root. It held for many, many years.

I will never forget her.

I am so sorry for your loss, and my prayers are with all of you.

Kirk Moser
Northwestern, MA 1986

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