Paul N. Siebenaler

Paul NicolasSiebenaler, 98,of Nanuet, NY passed away at home on September 3rd 2020.  Paul was born in Esch-Alzette, Luxembourg, Europe to Nicolas and Maria Siebenaler.

1945-1946 Paul served as Government of Luxembourg Liaison Officer, SHAEF (Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Forces under General Dwight D Eisenhower).


1946-1948 Paul served as an interpreter for the US military Government units, after the liberation of Luxembourg by American troops. He was then was assigned to liaison work for General Eisenhower’s H.Q. in Frankfurt Germany. Subsequently he worked for the US war Department as Judge advocate for Dachau war crimes trial for the US War Department.


1950 Paul Arrived in the USA aboard the USS America where he settled in Brooklyn NY.


1952 Paul Married Elaine Natalie Lamb, Daughter of Dr. Arthur E. and LorettoDe’Muth Lamb.


1953-1956 Paul attended Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, where he studied Aero Engineering.


In 1957 he moved his family to Nanuet. Paul worked as manager of the experimental shopatG&G Instrument Corp., Chauncey, NY until 1968.


Paul started his own company in 1968, Precision Technology, originally based in Orangeburg. Outgrowing their facilities eventually establishing in Norwood, NJ.The companyspecialized in developing engineering and manufacturing of medical equipment and orthopedic implants.He  was responsible for designing, prototyping and manufacturing  of an automated mechanical transport system for in-hospital, O.R. to lab specimen transport.


Paul left the company in 1983, opening a small shop in Nanuet.  He designed,engineered,and manufactured prototypical medical devicesfor major suppliers to dentist and dental laboratories. 


1967 to 2019 Paul volunteered with The Boy Scouts of America Troup 33 of Nanuet, more recently as Treasurer, and mentored Scouts with their Eagle Scout projects.


Paul is survived by Elaine Natalie, his wife, Mark Arthur and his spouse Valarie Mateo, Roger Austin and his spouse Sherry Cheeseman, and Paul Douglas.