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Warren Zinck

Warren Zinck

Tuesday, November 23rd, 1926 Tuesday, April 7th, 2020

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Obituary for Warren Vernon Zinck Sr.

Warren Vernon Zinck, Sr., age 93, of Fayetteville, PA and formerly of Severna Park, MD, passed away on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at Paramount Senior Living Home. Born November 23, 1926 in Baltimore, MD, he was a son of the late Edward and Florence (Heck) Zinck. His loving wife, Elaine Holste Zinck, preceded him in death on September 11, 2015.

Warren, affectionately known by his family as “Pop”, was a United States Navy Veteran, having honorably served during World War II. He worked as a photo engraver for a number of years for the Baltimore News-American and the Alco Gravure. He was a member of the International Photo Engravers Union of North America. He and his wife were very active members of the Severna Park United Methodist Church, for over 50 years, where he was on the pastor parish committee and served as an usher. He and Elaine enjoyed traveling and attending social gatherings. An avid fisherman, Warren spent many hours on the Chesapeake Bay reeling them in. He also loved cheering on the Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Colts, as well as watching NASCAR. His family will always be thankful for the time they spent together in “Pop’s Garage” where he taught his children and grandchildren everything he knew about working on cars.

Warren is survived by his children, Betty Zinck Brown and husband Ron, of Gettysburg, PA, Joann Zinck Seitz and husband Roger, of Severn, MD, and Warren Vernon “Skip” Zinck, Jr. and wife Lisa, of Severn, MD; six grandchildren; and ten great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Edward and Paul Zinck.

A memorial service for Warren will be scheduled at a later date, at the Severna Park United Methodist Church, 731 Benfield Road, Severna Park, MD, where he will be placed alongside his wife in the Churches Memorial Garden.

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Christine Thomas

Heaven has gained a wonderful man💖
Comment | Posted at 05:34pm via Condolence
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Peggy Barges

I'm going to miss you so much. I'm glad I got to know you and your family. I'm going to miss helping you to your table and helping you with your plate. I love you so much rest in peace my friend.
Comment | Posted at 03:59pm via Condolence
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Peggy Barges

I'm going to miss you Warren. I'm glad I got to know you and your family. I'm Going to miss helping you to your and helping you. I love you rest in peace.
Comment | Posted at 03:52pm via Condolence
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