January 24, 1929 – February 8, 2021
George Katzoff, age 92 of Canton, formerly of Stoughton, MA and West Palm Beach, Florida. Entered into rest February 8, 2021 as a result of complications from COVID-19.
George was the cherished husband of Adele (Price) Seliber Katzoff and the late Flora (Lerner) Katzoff. Loving father of Mark Katzoff of Milton and Amy Katzoff (and her husband Gary Kaufman) of Evanston, Illinois. Devoted step-father of Mark Seliber (and his wife Rachel) of Natick, Roy Seliber (and his wife Maria) of Freeland, Washington and Jay Seliber (and his partner Susan Goldman and her daughter Reese) of Colts Neck, New Jersey. George adored his grandchildren: Jake Kaufman and Zoe Kaufman; Daniel Seliber and Brian Seliber (and his wife Tina); Andrew Seliber and Trevor Seliber; and Jared Seliber and Tyler Seliber. Faithful brother of the late Irving Katzoff.
George grew up in Dorchester and graduated from Boston English High School and Mass. College of Pharmacy. He was a pharmacist, working his last 25 years at the Erich Lindemann Mental Health Center in Boston. George was a lifelong sports enthusiast and fan of all the Boston teams – his last night was Tom Brady’s 7th Super Bowl victory. George celebrated his 80th birthday at White Sox Park and his 90th at Fenway Park. He loved to travel, especially annual cruises to the Caribbean. George and Adele danced every Saturday evening at Century Village in West Palm Beach, each winter until this one.
Services will be held on Thursday, February 11. Please contact Stanetsky Memorial Chapel at 781-821-4600 for livestream information.
Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association and the COVID-19 Response Fund at the Boston Foundation.
Services Will Be Livestreamed
Thursday, February 11, 2021
February 9, 2021
George was a loving husband to Adele and loved his family & Adele's family. George & Adele were so happy to have found each other after losing their first spouses. How lucky for all of us! We'll miss you, George.💖
February 9, 2021
My condolences to Auntie, Amy, Mark, and the whole family. George was a special man and we'll all miss him. I'll remember him for his easy, low key personality. A life well lived!