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Kenneth Fred Selig

Princeton, New Jersey

Age 87

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Kenneth Fred Selig, 87 Cartoonist inked Betty and Veronica, Richie Rich and Casper Kenneth Fred Selig, 87, of Princeton, N.J., a former resident of Staten Island, N.Y., and Ridgewood, Queens, died peacefully the morning of Wednesday, June 5, 2019, at Princeton Medical Center, Plainsboro, N.J. ...

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Ken was a good man, a talented artist and a loyal friend. He had a prodigious knowledge of music, art and literature which he shared with whoever engaged him in conversation. I was lucky enough to work under him when he was the Art Director at Harvey Comics and I learned much from him, especially how to approach a job like a professional. He always took my kidding with good humor and showed a genuine interest in my career and my family. My life was certainly the better for having known...

Dear Ken & Roy,
I am truly sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. He was a dear man, who so loved your Mom, and I feel blessed that I came to know both him and your Mom.
We know that he is at peace with his dear Helen, and I only hope that you both can both be at peace with that.
God bless you and your family.

Sincerely,
Elaine Gurrieri
(I made his prostheses)

Dear Ken and Roy,

Your mum and dad opened their home to me on many occasions, welcoming me (and subsequently Tim and the kids) with generosity and love. Your dad was influential in helping me hone my debating skills, and while we had different opinions on pretty much everything we did love a discussion, and the opportunity to share our ideas loudly with each other. The cartoons he drew and sent Jamie for their shared birthday are greatly valued. The sight of him, cigar in hand sat...

Dear Ken and Roy,It is truly with deep sadness that we extend our condolences on the passing of our dear friend Ken. With that said, I cannot control, and would want to the smile on my face when I think of this beautiful man. We met several years ago, discussed art, cigars and of course the Martini...we reconnected at our fav jumpin joint... The Kings Arms...!!! Memories abound. Cheers to a Great Gentleman .With Great Fondness,Ralph and Martha

The loss of a love one is difficult. May the precious memories you have help you cope and bring you peace. 1 Thes. 4:14 can bring you some comfort knowing that there is a future for the ones we have lost in death can be reassuring. May the God of peace be with you and your family