Robert H. Zolbe
August 15, 1922 - December 26, 2009
Robert H. Zolbe, 87, Gettysburg, PA died Saturday, December 26, 2009 at his home.
He was born August 15, 1922 in Johnstown, PA the son of the late John and Mary Shaffer Zolbe. Robert is survived by his wife Roberta Cooper Zolbe.
Mr. Zolbe was a veteran of World War II serving in the US Army Air Corp in the Pacific Theater. For many years he was a supervisor at Becton-Dickinson Medical Supply Company in Hunt Valley, MD. He was a member of the Albert J. Lentz Post 202 American Legion in Gettysburg, PA.
In addition to his wife he is survived by two children, Mary Ann Kowalczyk and her husband Chester of Littlestown, PA, James Zolbe and his wife Jeanne of Lincoln, NE, two grandchildren, Staci Wisniewski and Mark Kowalczyk.
The family will receive friends at his home in Gettysburg to share fellowship, Sunday, January 10th from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM. The Monahan Funeral Home in Gettysburg are in charge of the arrangements. Online condolences can be shared at monahanfh.com.
Lisa and Maria (Dr. Bast office)We are so sorry for your loss. We really loved Mr. Zolbe. He was one of the nicest patients that we have ever had. We are really going to miss him.
We will keep you in our hearts and prayers.
Lisa and Maria
Paul & Carolyn ZolbeIt is with heart felt sadness that we learn of my cousin's passing. His great fortune was to have a loving and caring family that traveled with him in his final years of facing life's challenges. Our good fortune was to have connected with his wonderful wife and family in the twilight of life. The recent years brief family friendship we had revealed a man of love and compassion for his family and friends but especially for his dear wife. It was truly a gift from God that our lives touched, if for only a moment.
sally betz cooperYour parents and mine were good friends many years ago. Your Dad always made me laugh.We visited when you lived in Md. My Dad and Mom are with him now renewing old friendships and laughing. Sincerest thoughts of sympathy. sally
Don MorganOne of the nicest people to work with at Johnston Laboratories in the mid 70's.
My Thoughts and Prayers are with you.
From Don Morgan