Marjorie Zinner


Marjorie Zinner, 88; beloved wife of the late Peter; loving mother of Kristine Wedeking, Andrew, Eileen (Scot) Monteith and Kurt; cherished grandmother of Travis Johnson and Mary Wedeking; dear sister, cousin, aunt and friend to many. Memorial Visitation Thursday 10 AM until time of service at 12 Noon at Gibbons Family Funeral Home, 5917 W. Irving Park Rd. (1/2 Block East of Austin). Interment Acacia Park Cemetery.

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Visitation Date

07/22/2021 -

Service Location


Thursday, July 22, 2021 from 10:00 AM – 12 Noon
Gibbons Family Funeral Home
5917 W. Irving Park Rd.
Chicago, IL 60634



Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 12 Noon
Gibbons Family Funeral Home
5917 W. Irving Park Rd.
Chicago, IL 60634

2 thoughts on “Marjorie Zinner”

  1. Eileen, Kurt, Krissy and Andy,
    Your parents were the best.
    I love coming over for dinner at your house and your mom always made me feel like I was part of your family. I had that special chair at your kitchen table.
    I remember sitting in the kitchen or if she was on the porch with your dad we would always chat, and she was such a sweet person. She was always very busy doing housework but would always stop to chat with me, and you know teenagers, 20’s, late 20’s they never stop talking. She always listened and gave me good advance. A very smart lady she was.
    Every time me and my mom would stop at JC-Penny we always went and saw your mom. Always smiling. Her and my mom were born the same year and now they are happily now in heaven with their hubbies. A long-awaited time spent her on earth away from them and now at peace with them. I know how sad it is to lose our rock of our family
    Our deepest condolence.
    Erin Sharkey & Terri Seratt

  2. Andy, Kris, Eileen and Kurt…………..Just heard about your Mom’s passing. From a neighbor boy’s perspective she was an example of all the good
    that was involved with growing up. Genuinely interested in you, kind, no airs and the easy smile and laugh everytime you were over………which was
    a lot !
    I sure wish you all the very best.

    Jim Munroe

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