RANDA ZIELKE - Memorial services for Randa Zielke 71, will be July 16, 2009 at Oak Grove United Methodist Church in Middleburg TN with Rev. Mark McCaslin officiating. Mrs. Zielke passed away July 13, 2009 at Jackson Hospital. She was born June 24, 1938 in Plattsburg MO. She is survived by her sons Bob Zielke Jr. of Scotts Hill, TN and Johnny Corum of Springfield MO; daughters Robbie Zielke of Scotts Hill, Johnetta (Leon) Shaw of Benton Harbor MI, Dot (James) Luttrell of Berrion Springs MI, Sue Eads of Springfield MO, Tina (Gary) Campbell of KansasCity MO and Jean (Ray) Stanley of Dcatur MI; a sister Kathy Letterman of Springfield MO; 14 grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 15 July 2009

BERTIE MAE (REEVES) ZIMMERLEE , 99, passed away Dec. 25, 2012 in Winter Haven FL. She is survived by 5 sons, John ray, Fred, Paul Stephen, James Louis and Thomas Franklin ZSimmerle; 2 daughters Roberta Zimmerle and Barbara Ethel Segerson and several grandchildren. She was preced by her husband John Louis Zimmerlee; and parents, John and Canada (Mincey) Reeves. Services were Dec. 29 at Reeds Chapel in Lexington - burial in New Hope Methodist Cem.
Lexington Progress 2 Jan 2012

ETHEL MAE ZIMMERLEE - Services for Mrs. Ethel Mae Zimmerlee, 70, were conducted Saturday from New Hope by the Rev. Earl Owens. She is survived by four sons; J.L. of Lexington, H.R. ofDecaturville, H.P. ofScotts Hill and W.N. Briggance, Senanth MO; four daughters, Mrs. Floyd Byrd, Knoxville, Mrs. Frank O. Marks, Chicago, Mrs. J.M. Smith, Reagan and Mrs. J.T. Ferguson, Chicago; two brothers, P.G. Powers scotts Hill and L.Powers, Decaturville; three sisters, Dora Fisher and Addie Bell Johnson, Scotts Hill and Eula Bartholomew, Phoenix AZ. Burial was in New Hope with Wylie and Gurley Funeral Home in charge.
Lexington Progress July 20, 1951 Friday

GLADYS LUCILLE ZIMMERLEE - Funeral services for Mrs. Gladys Lucille Zimmerle, age 95, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday May 29, 2008 at Oak Grove Methodist Church. Burial will follow in Judson Cemetery, Pafford Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Zimmerle died late Monday in Parsons. She was preceded in death by heer husband Mr. Henry Zimmerle and her daughter, Marlene Jarrett. Survivors include her two sons, Jackie and Jerry of Scotts Hill; three grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 28 May 2008

JACKIE ZIMMERLEE - Funeral services for Mr. Jackie Zimmerlee were Monday, Feb. 22, 2010 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Mark McCaslin and Gerald Powers officiating. Burial followed in Judson Cem. Mr. Zimmerle, age 74, passed away early Saturday in Jackson. He was born July 16, 1935 in Henderson County to the late Henry and Gladys Powers Zimmerle. He was a retired employee of MagneTek and a US Army Veteran. He was preceded by his brother Jerry Zimmerle. Survivors include his long time companion, Martha Campbell; a brother-in-law, Glenn Jarrett; a sister-in-law Betty Zimmerle; all of Scotts Hill.
Lexington Progress Feb. 24, 2010

RAYFORD WRILEY ZIMMERLEE -Services for Rayford Zimmerle were held March 13, 2011 at Reed's Chapel in Lexington. Burial followed at the Lexington Cemetery with Bro. Clifton Fox and Bro. P.J. Hardy officiating. Mr. Zimmerle, age 88, left life on Thursday March 10, 2011 in Parsons TN. He was born in Henderson County to Isaiah Washington and Lela Mae (Powers) Zimmerle on August 26, 1922. He married the love ofhis life, Audrey Louise Parker on September 19, 1942. Of this union came one daughter Judy Carol Zimmerle Evans. Mr. Zimmerle was proud to have served his country. He began his careerin the Army Dec. 1, 1942 as a Private 1st Class, achieving the rank of Tec 5 and tec 4 status, as automotive mechanic, wheel vehicle. He was a veteran of WW II. He attended Calvary School at Ft. Riley KS for 12 weeks. He traveled to various places during his active duty and recently recalled them foundly to his daughter as follows: Ft. Riley to Ft. Lewis WA, to Medford OR, on to the Mississippi Ordnance Department to Boston MA. Eventually leaving the states to Tidworth England then onto LaHarve France, Germany, Belgium, back to Ida Oberstein Germany. He had a short leave home; 30 dyas. Then left for Texarkana AR, onto Camp Anya CA. Leaving the US for the second time to Manila, Philippines. The war was finally over sending him to Camp Chaffee, AR whe he was discharged March 10, 1946. Following hism ilitary career, he farmed his land and worked at the local John Deere Co. Following 29 years of dedicated service he retired from Lexington Implement Co., farming until health prohibited. Mr. Zimmerle was preceded by his wife of 62 years, his sister Raynelle Ryan and a great grandaughter, Chelsy Dawn Stone. He is survived by his daughter, three grandchildren, Amy, Donna and Beverly and eleven great greatgrandchildren.
Lexington Progress 16 March 2011

BOB ZUROFSKY - age 82, passed away on Friday, Jan. 1, 2016 in Lexington. He is survived by two sons, Mark and Bill Zurofsky; three daughters, Vicki Bellasalma, Nancy Mooney and Diana Soderbert; two brothers, Fred and Allen; one sister Judy Jones and five grandchildren. He was preceded by his parents, Anthony and Elena Zurofsky; his wife Shirley and on grandchild, Autumn Zurofsky. Funeral services will be Jan. 9 at 2 pm at Reed's Chapel with burial in Bible Grove Cemetery.
Lexington Progress 1/6/2016

EDITH SHIRLEY ZUROFSKY - Funeral services for Edith Shirley Zurofsky were held on Wednesday, June 4 at 2:00 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Lexington, with John Middleton and Stan McDaniel officiating. Burial was held at Bible Grove Cemetery. Reed's Chapel was in charge of the services. Mrs. Zurofsky, age 67, died in her home on Saturday, May 31. She was a member of First Methodist Church, and owned her own business. She is survived by her husband, Matthew Robert Zurofsky; three daughters, Vicki Bellasalma and Nancy Mooney, both of California, and Diana Soderberg of Wyoming; two sons, William Zurofsky of Lexington and Mark Zurofsky of Wildersville; her mother, Edith Rhodda May of New Jersey; one brother, Dennis May of California; 5 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
The Lexington Progress, June 4, 2003

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