Since 1979, Rabbi Yitzchak Mayer Selmar has served the South Florida, South
American and Caribbean communities as a Mohel.
Bris Milah services have been provided to a wide variety of the Jewish population, from
the Orthodox to the unaffiliated.
Rabbi Selmar started working as a Sofer,
checking and selling mezuzos, selling,
inspecting and repairing tiffillin, checking and repairing Torah scrolls, checking,
repairing and selling megilos, in the Detroit area from 1976 to 1978.
Upon moving to Florida in 1979, he expanded the Sofer work to include selling Torah
Scrolls, writing Ketuvos (marriage documents) filling in Marriage document forms in
English and Hebrew, and writing Gittin (divorce documents) for Rabbi David Lehrfield,
whose Gittin are internationally accepted.
Sofer (scribe) certification:
Chief Rabbinate Jerusalem 1972
Rabbi Sharaga Veivel Frank 1972
Beis Din Hagodol of Ashkenaz, Jerusalem 1972
Shechita (shochet u'bodake) Kabbala (certification)
Rav of Ramat Hasharon 1975
Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Detroit 1976
Rabbinical Ordination- Smichah
Chief Rabbinate Tel Aviv 1976
Rav of Ramat Hasharon 1976
Bris Milah Certification (mohel)
Rabbi Yitzchak Tzvi Halprin 1979
Rabbi Yosef Halprin 1979
Bikur Cholim Hospital (Jerusalem) 1979
Abraham Seif-Miami Beach, Florida 1979
Ponevez Yeshiva Bnei Brak, Israel 1973-1976
Itri (Israel Torah Research Institute) 1970-1973
Skokie, IL under Rabbi Aaron Soloveichick 1967-1970
Yeshivas Beis Yehudah, Detroit, MI 1960-1967