OBITUARY

Kenneth Zorn

July 3, 1947May 11, 2019

Kenneth Earl Zorn of Willis, TX, age 71, passed away on May 11, 2019. Ken was born July 3, 1947 in Houston, TX to Minnie and Norman Zorn. He graduated from South Houston High School and received a Forestry degree from Stephen F. Austin. Ken is survived by his three children: son Casey Zorn and wife Sarah Zorn; son Randy Zorn and wife Amanda Zorn; and daughter Samantha Zorn; granddaughters Ava, Cora and Zoey Zorn; his brother Philip Zorn, sister Linda Heiman and brother in law Dale Heiman; and his beloved nieces and nephews along with dog, Scooter. Predeceased by son Andy Zorn and sister in law Glenda Zorn. His most recent years were spent traveling to see his family and enjoying his grandchildren that are all under the age of three. The family has scheduled a Celebration of Life and Memorial for Wednesday, May 15th at the Community Center in Point Aquarius, 12550 Pegasus Dr, Willis, TX from 5-7PM where he resided and loved living on the lake for over 30 years. Food and drinks will be provided. Visitation will be Thursday, May 16th at Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home, 6900 Lawndale St, Houston, TX from 12 - 2 PM with burial at 2PM. We all remember Ken for spending most of his time hunting and fishing, so we are asking in lieu of flowers please donate to Texas Parks & Wildlife or Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (in honor of Andy Zorn).

Services

  • Gathering for Family and Friends Thursday, May 16, 2019
  • Graveside Service Thursday, May 16, 2019

Memories

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Lynn Donovan

May 16, 2019

Jimm and I send our heartfelt sympathies to the entire Zorn family. Ken was very special to us when we first moved to Willis, Texas. In fact he was one of our first friends. My best memories were taking our boys fishing on old Jack’s pontoon boat out on Lake Conroe. Fondly, Lynn and Jimm Donovan

Mark Miller

May 15, 2019

My heartfelt sympathy to Ken's family. May God provide each one of you with the strength needed at this difficult time.
Ken was a true friend and neighbor with a heart of gold. I will miss his daily visits.
Forever, I will cherish the memories.

Pam Jones

May 14, 2019

The Class of 1965 was saddened to hear about losing Ken. On a class Facebook page people shared Memories of him when they played High school and teenage baseball together. Also about how kind he always was and such a gentleman. We send our prayers to the family and friends of Ken.

Class of 1965 South Houston High School

Cathy Holloter

May 14, 2019

The one thing I think of when I think of Ken is his amazing smile.
Ken and I worked together and while doing so, discovered that his sons and my nephew we childhood friends. We loved sharing stories of them and the things they did!
Ken is one of the sweetest men I had the pleasure to be friends with!
My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends!
With deep sadness,
Cathy and Quincy Holloter

Mike Hartigan

May 14, 2019

My heartfelt condolences go out to Ken’s family over his passing, I enjoyed Ken and my coffee and donut mornings together, a wonderful neighbor and friend, a man that would do anything for anyone, Rest In Peace Mate and God bless

Dan Cocozza

May 14, 2019

Ken was a cherished friend and neighbor. He had a heart of gold, and would always help anyone in need. I will miss his morning visits so much. God bless Ken and his loved ones.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY