Joseph Richard Zellner Jr.

October 15, 1952December 28, 2020

Joseph R. Zellner Jr., age 68, of Keller, Texas passed away on December 28, 2020.

Joseph was born on October 15, 1952, to parents, Joseph and Arlene Zellner in Hazleton, PA. He proudly served his country with the United States Army from 1972 to 1974.

Joseph met, LuAnn Snyder, in 1973 and they married in 1975 and began a family. Joseph’s favorite pastimes included fishing, attending classic car shows, sporting events, and umpiring youth organization and middle school sports programs. He also was fond of all the family pets through the years. Loving husband, father, grandfather and friend will be dearly missed.

He is preceded in death by both his father Joseph R. Zellner, Sr. and mother Arlene L. (Davis) Zellner. Joseph is survived by his wife of 45 years, LuAnn Zellner; son, Patrick M. Zellner of Argyle, TX; daughter Allison J. Zellner of Keller, TX; granddaughter Ashley L. Zellner of Argyle, TX; sister Debra A. (Zellner) Hugo wife of Curtis Hugo of Lenhartsville, PA; uncle Carl J. Zellner of Landisburg, PA; aunt Lorraine Elscheid of Camp Hill, PA; a niece and nephew and many cousins.


Joseph Richard Zellner Jr.

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Austin Loves

January 16, 2021

I had the honor and pleasure of working alongside Joe for 8 years officiating baseball. Not only was he an awesome official, he was a dear friend and he will be missed. Thank you Joe for your guidance, instruction, and vast amounts of stories along the way.

Wendy Snyder

January 9, 2021

We will meet again Joe and share a chair and laugh together till tears fall from our eyes.

Pat & Ed Seifert

January 7, 2021

We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Diana Bryant

January 7, 2021

Praying for all your family, LuAnne!

Lisa Grove

January 5, 2021

33 years is a long time to sum up in one memory. Thank you for your kindness and compassion, pleasant conversations, warm smile, wit and humor. Our family will always remember you as the best neighbor we will ever know. One dedicated to his family, giving to his community, and respectful of his neighbor. You will be missed.

Greg Wetzel

January 4, 2021