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Allen Wayne Zoellner

May 19, 1939 — January 14, 2022

Allen Wayne Zoellner, 82, of Show Low, died January 14, 2021.  He was born May 19, 1939 in Merrill, WI.  The youngest son of Arthur and Ellen (Norman) Zoellner.

Al married Betty Larson in 1956.  They had three children in Wisconsin – Rick, Candy, and Terri.  Al attended trade school and became a union refrigeration man – Local 250 Steamfitters.   He and Betty moved to Anaheim, California in 1964 and had two more sons, Jim and Thor.   Al worked in commercial refrigeration and air conditioning until an injury forced him into early retirement.  He loved the outdoors and watching Packers’ football.  He was a member of Ducks Unlimited and the National Rifle Association. 

He moved to Topock, AZ and spent several years hunting and fishing along the Colorado River before moving to Timberland Acres, Show Low, AZ in 1995.  In Show Low, Al was active in the community and at his church, Grace Lutheran until Alzheimer’s interfered. 

With the help of his oldest grandson, Jesse, Al was able to stay in his Show Low home and continued to hunt and fish for the rest of his life. 

Al went on to marry two more times – Kaye James and Rickie Lowry.  He outlived all three wives and two of his sons, Rick and Thor. 

He is survived by his brothers Art Zoellner of Minocqua, WI and Lyndon Zoellner of Green Bay, WI.  He is also survived by his daughters, Candy Rolling of Las Vegas, NV and Terri Blokzyl of Wichita KS as well as son, Jim Zoellner of La Mirada, CA.  He had several grandchildren, great grandchildren and even a great-great-granddaughter as well as numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. 

A celebration of life is being planned for the spring at Grace Lutheran Church in Show Low. 


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