Jerold Zebrick  May 6 1941  February 26 2019

Jerold Zebrick May 6 1941 February 26 2019

Jerold Zebrick, born May 6, 1941 in Philadelphia PA, to the late Sylvia Rubin and the late Morris Zebrick, passed away at age 77 on February 26, 2019 in Lake Mary, FL. Jerold attended Penn State and Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science where he graduated as a pharmacist. Jerold served in the Army Reserves. He worked in the Medical and Pharmaceutical industry with Eli Lilly, then business owner/exec residing in Cherry Hill NJ until he moved to Lake Mary, Florida after retiring. Jerold is survived by his son, Justin A. Zebrick (Traci) of Heathrow, FL; daughter Cara Elyse Zebrick of Jacksonville and Jupiter; brother Robert A. Zebrick of Margate, FL; grandson Riley Alexander Zebrick; four nieces and two nephews from Florida and Pennsylvania. He will also miss his comforting cats James and Caille. An avid golfer in his earlier years, lately he loved spectator sports Philadelphia Eagles, Phillies, Sixers and golf. Charitable contributions can be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Central Florida. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Jerold Zebrick please visit our Sympathy Store.

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