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Michael Zombro Obituary

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Bob Roberts
• Sunday, 09 May, 2021
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Michael David Zombie, 52, of New York, formerly of Winchester, passed away Monday, March 18, 2019. He was born December 19, 1966, in Martinsburg, WV; the son of James and Diana Zombie of Winchester.

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A US Navy Veteran, he served aboard the USS Saratoga during Operation Desert Storm. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, March 24, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. at Jones Funeral Home in Winchester with Rev.

Plant Memorial Reopens send flowers URL in a new window Michael was born on December 19, 1966, and passed away on Monday, March 18, 2019.

A US Navy Veteran, he served aboard the USS Saratoga during Operation Desert Storm. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Michael's name to Veterans Team Rubicon at www.teamrubiconusa.org or to the American Diabetes Association.

Michael David Zombie, 52, of New York, formerly of Winchester, passed away Monday, March 18, 2019. He was born December 19, 1966, in Martinsburg, WV; the son of James and Diana Zombie of Winchester.

A US Navy Veteran, he served aboard the USS Saratoga during Operation Desert Storm. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, March 24, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. at Jones Funeral Home in Winchester with Rev.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Michael’s name to Veterans Team Rubicon at www.teamrubiconusa.org or to the American Diabetes Association. Tribute Notifications Stay up-to-date on event information as well as memories shared on Ronald S. “Ron” Zombro’s Tribute Wall.

Marie is survived by 3 sisters, Patsy Thompson, Birdie Anderson, and Elisabeth Ann … Joan attended Mount Assisi Academy in Lemont and Northern Illinois University in DeKalb.

For the past 31 years, Joan combined her passion for houses and dedication to others as a real estate agent and manager with Caldwell Banker and Century 21. She is survived by her husband of 36 years, Daniel P. Bergen; her loving children Danielle (Decilux) Pugh and her husband Jonathan of Lock port, Dean Decilux of Palms Park, and Eric Bergen and fiancé Katie Zombie of Westminster, CO. Joan was a devoted and doting grandmother of Joey, Nicholas, Nathan, Sofia and McKenzie; dear sister of Irene Adolf, John Warwick and wife Deb, Betty Warwick, and Paul Warwick and wife Lilian, and sisters-in-law Phyllis Steiner and Jean Held (Bergen).

Born October 7, 1925, at Edgewood Farm, Mooresville, Maryland, he was the son of the late Cecil S. and Myrtle Anna-Lee Mullendore Haines. He was preceded in death by his wife of sixty-five years, Alana Mae Haines on October 28, 2012.

He worked during World War II as a production worker at Fair child Aircraft, and later as a steam locomotive fireman on the B & O Railroad, 1st Division. He retired from Fair child Aircraft in Hagerstown, MD on October 31, 1988, after thirty-seven years.

He was a member of Shenandoah Memorial United Methodist Church in Millville, WV, where he served as Lay Leader. He was a member of Antietam Lodge #197 AF AM, located in Keedysville, MD.

He was a former member of St. Bernard Commander #9, Hagerstown, MD and a life sponsor of the Knights Templar Eye Foundation. He was a member of MD Lodge #1 Woodmen of the World, serving as treasurer.

He was a charter member of the Shenandoah #2 Rebekah Lodge of I00F in Harper's Ferry WV. He was a member of the Gideon's International, Jefferson County Camp #U47063 in Charles Town WV.

He was active in the United Methodist men's group on the Camp Hill/Wesley/Bolivar charge. He enjoyed carving walking sticks and writing poetry, some of which has been published.

Gerald is survived by his daughter, Cynthia Larger and husband, Raymond, and his son, Gerald C. Haines, Jr. and wife, Rita all of Hagerstown, MD; six grandchildren, Heather Reese and husband, Michael of Green castle, PA, Holly Weaver and husband, Christopher of Shippensburg, PA, Heidi Poe and husband, David of Britannia, PA, Hilary Cooper and husband, William of Robbins, NC, Alexander Haines and William Haines both of Hagerstown, MD; five great-grandchildren, Tyler Reese, Evan Reese, Colby Reese, Lilly Poe and Grace Poe. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Shenandoah Memorial United Methodist Church building fund, c/o Doris D'Angelo, treasurer, Post Office Box 84, Hall town, West Virginia 25432, or to the Trust Fund of Virginia Lodge #1, I00F, c/o Robert L. Spencer, secretary, Post Office Box 896, Harper's Ferry, West Virginia 25425.

Tuesday Mixers (Oct. 4): Dan Hoover 289, 764; Roy Snyder 248, 684; Meredith Miller 236, 665; Jim Logan 277; Steve Lash 224, 649; Bruce Sand 237; Derek Hall 227; Michael Were Jr. 245; James Taylor 216; Kurt Kauffman 211, 609; Jeff Clark 257; Bruce Keller 214; Steve Seyfert 227; Mark Powell 224; Carol O’Brien 210; John D’Andrea 233; Tim Kimmel 187, 534; John Wagner 533; Bob Reinhart 186; Albert Kroner Jr. 204; Lynn Unger 199; Mike Hoover 173; John Locks 179; Shauna Edwards 159; Kory Graph 141, 407; Blaine Jones 148; Bill Doorman 131, 369; Katie Brandt-Weaver 130, 327; Tanya Arise 118. Palettes (Oct. 5): Carissa Rios 243; Marcia McCord 211; Cathy Shook 193; Debra Shirk 181; Brenda Lent 175; Sandra Labia 179; Maria Anderson 160, 440; Claudia Wells 165; Janet Stoner 175; Yvonne Clark 154; Rachel Casey 161.

Men’s Holiday (Oct. 5): Shaun English 267, 798; Chad Smalt 269, 760; Tyler Lent 263, 655; Sterling Bloch 247, 642; Floyd Knight 225, 635; Keith Price 248; Kenneth Labia 237; Frank Boyer 246; Ronald Edwards 232, 620; Steve Touch Jr 235; Gregory Fraser 225; Randy Wilt 224; Kyle Hit 250; Fred Ruth 255; Jason Haller 212, 569; Brett Averages 243; Dan Sale 238; Barry Hair 234; David Hammond 212; Basel Schpuntow 207, 549; Charles Stout 210; John Master 212. Silver Hair Daddies (Oct. 7): William Samuel's Jr. 240, 664; Ernie Go gets 253, 646; Sam Strong 244; John Stafford 192, 556; David Hartman 216; Glenn Bohr Jr. 188, 518; Paul Sand Jr. 203, 514; Wayne Rentschler Jr. 181.

Winter Seniors (Oct. 7): Ed Poltonavage 235, 617; Herman Stump Sr. 221, 586; William Arnold Sr. 190, 550; Lucille Powell 191, 540; Victor Caruso 200; Doris There 177, 503; Mary Poltonavage 180, 465; Robert Get 176; Allen Lotto 179; Ralph Daub 172; Maryann Lotto 164, 422; John There 159; Samuel Sam 148, 383; Ralph Markle 144; Erma Wage 140; Jerry Miller 157; Darlene Walker 149. Friday Night Birds (Oct. 7): Ashley Bailey 223; Star Bombardier 182; June Brewer 182; Angel D’Andrea 200; Norman Davies 221; Michael Eddy Jr. 222; Richard Evans 247; Timothy Fairly 236; Cindy Gerber 236; Ernest Green 201; Leonard Green 202; Kyle Hit 245; Mary Hoover 177; Nathan Leafleted 227; Todd Leafleted 265; Seth Kokomo 192; Theresa Martin 154; Marcia McCord 204; Josh Mayer 178; Bruce Rhine 193, 528; Sherry Kendall 116, 332; Chad Smalt 242; Katherine Milan 235; Jeremy Wells 121; Kevin Wither 288.

Saturday Youth (Oct. 8): Ambrose Shirk 237; Bryce Lent 212, 587; Eliza Shirk 221; Connor Firestone 189; Madelyn Swisher 196; Nathan Stoner 178; Meghan Kings 190, 484; Travis Averages 189; Cameron Stickler 178; Rebecca Reagan 161, 455; Justin Desmond Jr. 144, 408; Michael Noel 152; Austin Trader 149; Kayla Firestone 129; Alyssa Everett 124; Ciara Deeper 121, 315; Le xxi Butter 114, 296; Erin McDaniel 106; Samantha Burger 68. Sunday Social (Oct. 9): Terry Neil Young 233; Edward Hurd Jr. 198, 520; Tony Kelley 225, 602; Ann Marie Krill 186; Dee Lent 166; Rick Made 249; Tom Mumford 212; Bill Samuel's 299, 761; Michelle Schmidt 168; Scott Sherman 212; Linda Ulrich 234, 594; Chris Ward 265; Joe Ward 141; Bill Sellers 188; Marty Zimmerman 204; Kristi Zombie 161; MichaelZombro 259.

Palmyra Church (Oct. 10): James Reid miller 233, 667; Lawrence Sorry 243, 610; George Shuffler 192, 546; Aaron Whitman 207; Gerald Withers 177; Charles Welt 166; Jay Buffenmeyer 160, 421; Donald Ashore 165; Terry Eagle 154. Tuesday Mixers (Oct. 11): Dan Hoover 256, 725; Leo Mayer III 268, 700; Bruce Sand 232, 683; Ray Martin Jr. 244, 669; Derek Hall 257, 666; Steve Lash 249, 660; Randy Wilt 232, 654; Steve Seyfert 215, 635; Katherine Milan 260; Ryan Bates 214; Rick Ruhr 209; Kurt Kauffman 212; Bruce Keller 207; Andrew Wise 191, 520; John Holmes 176, 491; James Arise 186; William Arnold Sr. 191; Randy Cold ran 181; Blaine Jones 183, 449; Ray Martin 157, 443; Nick Touch 168; John Kicker 166; Arlene Mike sell 171, 417.

Men’s Holiday (Oct. 12): Kerry Equate 269; David Myers 244, 697; Glenn Bloch 245, 695; Shawn Labia 236, 686; Douglas Kresge 236, 682; Shaun English 262; Robert Ravinder 258, 673; Marty Pose 246; Steve Touch Jr. 232, 656; Floyd Knight 230, 642; Carl Wilson 231; Kyle Hit 253, 639; Keith Price 231; Dave Bennett Sr. 245; Barry Hair 233; Kenneth Labia 262; Wallace Bidelspach 226, 617; Brett Averages 229; Ronald Watson 224; Rodney Fraser 224; Gregory Fraser 232; Rick Kline 219; Richard Honest 243; David Hammond 203; Randy Felt 203; John Goethe 192. Palettes (Oct. 12): Roberta Rode maker 212, 567; Lucille Powell 204; Karen Connor 210, 524; Joan Shredder 182, 521; Dolores Price 192; Rachel Swisher 178, 508; Janine Jennings 190; Veronica Gordon 201; Sandra Labia 180, 495; Mary Baseman 179; Janet Stoner 170; Patricia McLaughlin 167; Miranda Bart 154.

Silver Hair Daddies (Oct. 14): Robert Daub 255, 639; David Hartman 235, 628; Harold Kosher 249, 611; Glenn Bohr Jr. 208, 576; Richard Bolt Jr. 211; Ford Ran 207, 558; Glenn Spangler 199; James Mumford 196, 533; Thomas Chianti 188; Wayne Rentschler Jr. 180, 507; John Ciabatta 195; Grief Jones 176, 493; Ron Mielnicki 202, 490; John Martin 177, 485; Dennis Wolfe 167; Jack Weaker 146, 393. Friday Night Birds (Oct. 14): Kyle Hit 278, 703; Nathan Leafleted 245, 670; Norman Davies 245, 633; Todd Leafleted 219; Robert Ravinder 234; Michael Eddy Jr. 244, 566; Donna Davies 209; Marcia McCord 211, 561; Bruce Rhine 200, 547; Walter Seabourne 220; Duane Kendall 191, 534; Seth Brooke 200; Leonard Green 196; John Vanderhoef 192; Dawn Vanderhoff 159; Star Bombardier 195; Theresa Martin 161; Jennifer Hanna 145; Jenn Gray bill 140; Todd Levering 114; Jeremy Wells 123.

Sunday Social (Oct. 16): Chris Ward 278, 720; Jason Varela 265; Mike Zombie 689; Ken Ulrich III 240, 668; Rick Line 256, 660; Ann Marie Krill 217, 610; Matt Ruhr 220, 605; Dave Bennett Sr. 235; Marty Zimmerman 209, 578; Ernest Go gets 223; Tom Mumford 203; James Mumford 189, 533; Cindy Samuel's 189, 515; Tony Kelley 209; Eva Fake 186; Larry Palmer 180, 496; Dee Lent 183, 491; Theresa Go gets 190, 491; Ed Hurd Jr. 197. Monday Night Women (Oct. 17): Shelly Kings 189, 192; Belinda Henning 198, 177; Cindy Kissinger 193; Marilyn Bohr 182; Kelly Miller 197; Eva Fake 185.

Born Jan. 4, 1918, in Jefferson County, W. Va., she was the daughter of the late John and Laura Willing ham. Prior to that, she was employed with Byrd's Orchard, Jefferson County.

She was preceded in death by one daughter, Laura Jane Baker; one son, Ralph William “Bill” Zombie ; three sisters; and two brothers. Services will be Monday at 10 a.m. at Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home, Charles Town.

In addition to her mother, she is survived by two daughters, Ginny Ours of Harper's Ferry and Mary G. Horror of Mt. Holly, S.C.; one son, Terrance Horror of Petersburg; four sisters, Linda Crimes, Rosalie Bell, Goldie Reel and Virgie Mile, all of Petersburg; two brothers, Jess Bellinger of Columbus, Ga., and Warner Ayers of Alabama; seven grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Born April 1, 1910, in Snow Hill, Worcester County, Md., she was the daughter of the late William M. and Lillie Adkins Surges.

In 1979, she retired from the Kernersville post office, where she served as postmaster for 18 years. She was a member of Kernersville Presbyterian Church, where she taught Sunday School for many years.

She is survived by a daughter, Mary E. Quince of Hall town; two sons, William Surges Ever hart of Elyria, Ohio, and Herbert J. Ever hart of Kernersville; a granddaughter; a grandson; a great-grandson; and two cousins. A memorial service will be held Saturday, May 2, at 10 a.m. at Kernersville Presbyterian Church.

Arrangements are by Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Charles Town. Born Dec. 19, 1933, in Berkeley County, W. Va., he was the son of Sarah Cleaning Fry of Martinsburg and the late Christian Sticker.

He was a charter member of Fellowship Church of the Brethren and a legal trustee. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Mary Louise Grubs Sticker; a daughter, K. Suzanne Sticker of Linwood, W. Va.; a son, Gerald W. Sticker Jr. of Martinsburg; three sisters, Sandra L. Rifleman of Delaware, Cynthia Sencindiver of Linwood, and Sherry Custer of Danville, W. Va.; two brothers, Daniel R. Fry of Shepherds town, W. Va., and Christian Sticker of Maryland; six grandchildren; nieces and nephews.

Friends may call at Brown Funeral Home in Martinsburg today or at the residence, and at the church one hour prior to the service on Sunday. Memorial donations may be made to Fellowship Church of the Brethren, Route 4, Box 185B, Martinsburg, W. Va. 25401; or to Hospice of the Panhandle, 2015 Boyd Orchard Court, Martinsburg, W. Va. 25401.

She is survived by her husband, Carl Lester Cook; two daughters, Lisa Ann Cook and Tammy Sue Cook, both of Linwood; two sons, Kevin Leroy Cook of Linwood and Jeffrey Allen Cook of Cherry Run, W. Va.; two sisters, Mary Louise Writes of Parkersburg, W. Va., and Rebecca Johnson of Tuscawilla Hills, W. Va.; four brothers, Jerry Writes of Berkeley Springs, W. Va., Gary Writes and Charles Writes, both of Middle way, W. Va., and James Writes of Shepherds town, W. Va.; and three grandchildren. Services will be held Sunday at 1 p.m. at Martinsburg Family Worship Center.

The family will receive friends at Brown Funeral Home in Martinsburg today from 7 to 9 p.m., and at the worship center one hour prior to the service. Memorial donations may be made to Martinsburg Family Worship Center, P.O.

Born Feb. 14, 1920, in Mount Jackson, Va., he was the son of the late Virgie Jones. He was a retired truck driver for the former Harris Motor Express.

She retired after 40 years as a station agent for St. Louis and San Francisco Railroads. She is survived by one son, Roy S. Woods Jr. of Hodgenville; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

He was active in various organizations such as West Virginia Farm Bureau, since 1935; West Virginia Cattlemen's Association, since 1943; Martinsburg Lodge 120 Loyal Order of Moose, since 1977; U.C.T., since 1959; J.O.U.A.M. Council 137 for 35 years; Nature Conservancy, West Virginia Chapter; National Arbor Day Foundation; National Parks and Conservancy; AARP; West Virginia Association of Retired School Employees; Wilderness Society; American Farmland Trust; National Audubon Society; World Wildlife Foundation; and National Wildlife Federation.

Services will be held Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at Winchester Avenue Christian Church. The family will receive friends at Brown Funeral Home in Martinsburg, Monday from 7 to 9 p.m., and at the church one hour prior to the service.

Born March 24, 1906, in Fort Wayne, Ind., he was the son of the late Franklin and Iowa Harding. He retired as an industrial electrician for Northrop Aircraft Co. in California, after many years.

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